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Are You Planning For a Seychelles Trip?

Well, many people who visit Seychelles still feel that there is some reason behind why the Seychelles Island which is tropical in nature still displays a feeling of mystery and secrecy within itself. This island can be considered as a get away from the daily routine for a lot of holiday goers. You can still find a lot of spots or points on this island that still remain untouched and more importantly undiscovered.

So if you have definitely made up your plan to live the boring city life for some time and visit Seychelles for a beautiful holiday, then this trip can be both enlightening. You get all these things and we guarantee to you that you will face some solid resistance when the time to go back to your city comes.

In Seychelles, the most visited and most popular islands are Praslin, La Digue, and Mahe. The group of islands that is called Seychelles is blessed with some of the most exquisite beaches that are there in the world, lots of goodness of nature to explore around the islands. These islands also offer lots of different and diverse activities such as tropical sunbath on the beach, nature walk in the thick and tranquil forests, deep sea diving, sailing, fishing, bird watching at some of the world famous bird sanctuaries and a lot of many things. So, now when you are aware of what all activities you can take up in Seychelles, please allow me to provide you with some travel tips for this beautiful holiday.

First of all, from visa point of view, everyone and anyone can come and visit Seychelles islands, you do not require any visa what so ever to visit these beautiful islands. But, you will require some other few documents so as to clear the immigration check at the airport, these documents primarily include:

  1. You contact details and accommodation proof.
  2. A proper and valid passport that has the proper date of entry on it.
  3. A return ticket.

The local currency that is used in Seychelles islands is Seychelles Rupees which has the symbol SCR. However, you do not need to carry a lot of cash; you will find a lot many ATMs of all the major banks in La Digue, Praslin, and Mahe. I will also advise you not to change the entire foreign currency that you are carrying in Seychelles upfront, instead, you should only convert the amount that you required for one particular day. Though Seychelles Islands have a very low crime rate, I will advise you that do not carry your personal passport along with you along with a large amount of money when you visit any beach or going towards it. Almost all hotels will provide you the safe locker facilities to keep your valuables. In addition, the Sun in the Seychelles Islands is quite strong, therefore if you do not intend to go back to your city with lots of sun burn or a spectacular tan.

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