The Seychelles Islands
The geographical feature of Seychelles is as unique and chanting as its culture and tradition. Located in the Indian Ocean, the island nation with 115 islands filled with nature’s gift by all means. The islands are divided into two basic parts better known as Inner Island Group and the Outer Island Group. The three principal islands of Praslin, La Digue and Mahe are which is surrounded by 41 gigantic inner islands.
The underwater resource and beauty is equally spectacular as this island country is marine life which is well known by tourist across the world.
Seychelles’ Inner Islands offers miles of scenic coastline.
Let’s know some interesting historical facts about this beautiful island country. Redefining the old testament of the discovery the new fact that has come is that the Portuguese mentioned these islands first in 1505. The Seychelles were part of the UK until their independence in 1976 as they were part of UK as it was there treating after Waterloo war in 1815. Retreat in 2004 his vice president James Alix Michel became the first independent country’s president of the Seychelles.
Now one of the most common questions for any tourist how is the weather there? The answer is pleasant. Coming to the facts, ranges from 24°C to 32°C with no history of cyclonic disturbances. Even though North West monsoons bring a slightly more rainfalls but in the period between May and September is rather drier and windy but pleasant one. The most important part is, that no matter whether you come for sailing or cruising for your summer or winter vacations you can always book a ticket for Seychelles year round.
Now coming to the demographic aspects of this new born country. With the unique multi ethnic culture’s peaceful coexistence and with population of the Seychelles consists of 81.000 people Seychelles is becoming a benchmark towards other countries in all the parameters. Even though this country mainly has Roman Catholic population still all other divisions are accepted in this country. They have so many local languages but as per the majority this country has subjected three languages as their official languages which are mainly Kreol, English and French. See also National Bureau of Statistics
Now one of the most common questions for any tourist how is the weather there? The answer is pleasant. Coming to the facts, ranges from 24°C to 32°C with no history of cyclonic disturbances. Even though North West monsoons bring a slightly more rainfalls but in the period between May and September is raAbsolutely no precautions needed while having a free roam in the country as neither poisonous animals, nor tropical diseases, hardly poverty or crime has discoloured this country.
Stay amazed and travel for panoramic bliss in the beautiful island country of Seychelles in the North West of Indian Ocean.
In terms of natural resources this country is well blessed as mentioned above but some distinctive features are the biggest upraised coral atoll of the world – Aldabra, which is also home of the biggest population of the big land turtle, the nature reserve Valle de Mai on Praslin, where the special Coco-de-Mer is growing. Setting milestone in sustainable development and eco-friendliness this country’s environment legislation – which takes every tourism project an environmental review – the Seychelles would like to lead the way for a sustainable tourism. Nearly 50% of the land areas of the Seychelles are under natural conservation, which undoubtedly highest in the world.