This island nation is for those who would love to enjoy the lush green landscapes, amid white sandy beaches, and play golf during their holidays! Yes, you can play golf on 2 different golf courses situated on 2 major islands – Mahe & Praslin. Sounds like a dream destination, isn’t it?
Many couples have adored Seychelles as their choice of honeymoon destination! We at the T3 bring to you a few unquestionably popular locations and a few unique places that will help your customers to enjoy this amazing island nation of Seychelles in an unforgettable way.
Rich Natural Backdrop
This gorgeous country
houses 115 islands in the Indian Ocean and is located north of Madagascar. The
multitudes of natural scenic locations are nothing short of a heavenly
atmosphere. It is quite surprising to know that this small archipelago of
islands with a total land area of just about 459 square kilometers, houses as
many as 9 national parks! And the beauty of these national parks is that they
are split into 2 types – one being the terrestrial and the other type the
marine national parks. It’s getting all the more interesting now, isn’t it?
National Park – the largest in Seychelles
If your clients wish to enjoy gigantic
mountains, mangrove marshlands, and tropical forests all at the same time, then
don’t forget to add Morne Seychelles National Park to their list of tours.
Morne is also the largest national park, covering 20% of the whole of Mahe
Praslin National Park – Hike & Enjoy a Realm of Spectacular Islands
If your clients love to hike across natural landscapes, then Praslin National Park is the best suggestion you can offer to them. ‘Glacis Noire’ trail is a unique trail that many tourists have not seen and holds unique scenic vibes. At the finish of this short and easy trail, one gets to witness a jaw-dropping spectacle. The nearby islands of La Digue, Ile Ronde, Felicite, and Marianne, can be seen clearly. A glimpse of islands located even further away – the Denis, Mahe, and Fregate Islands can also be appreciated from here.
Extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage Sites of
Aldabra Atoll – is one of its kind beauty and heritage site,
which every human being who loves nature must visit, at least once in their
lifetime. The incredible atoll constitutes 4 huge coral islands that encompass
a shallow lagoon. These islands in turn are surrounded by coral reefs. Due to
difficulties of access and the atoll’s isolation, Aldabra has been safely protected
from human impact. That is the reason this amazing landscape has been able to
retain 152,000 giant tortoises, the world’s largest population of this reptile.
One of the reasons why
only a few are given permission to visit this special place. Although the outer
lagoon area is accessible by a few waterway trips. The spectacle one gets to
witness here is simply inexplicably beautiful. Imagine fine-sand beaches, adorned
with mangroves and encompassed by an emerald-water lagoon. Dreamy picture, that
one for sure!
Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve – this beautiful site is declared as one if the WHS since it constitutes the endemic tree, the Coco de Mer Palm. At only 0.195 square kilometers, May Valley is one of the world’s smallest natural UNESCO World Heritage Sites! Millions of years in isolation have led to the evolution of many unique species in this forest that cannot be found anywhere else on earth. This place is nicknamed as ‘Garden of Eden’ and hosts multiple plants and animal species that are endemic in nature. The black parrot is one such exclusive species that is awe-inspiringly gorgeous.
Would you like to know which Seychelles resorts are the best fit for your client’s budget? Get in touch with our T3 agent now, convince your client, book a wonderful getaway for them, and earn a handsomely fulfilling commission.