Seychelles Honeymoon

Jan 31st, 2006, 08:06 AM
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aby you seem to know a great deal about seychelles
what do you recommend doing while there?
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Jan 31st, 2006, 08:36 AM
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Pat gave u some very good advice, this is why i kept quiet.
u trek? I would go (trek) up the mountain in Mahe - fantastic views, nice forests & ferns. take a guide.
or other nature walks in Morne Seychellois national park
do u bike ? rent bicycle and move around La Digue
u do not byke? take an ox-cart; walk by foot along the beaches - but i warn u: it is hard to get back to the airport & to work afterwards... ;-)
i would b "wasting" a day chasing the black paradise flycatcher in order to get it properly photographed ...
The rest is written everywhere like Vallee de Mai in Praslin. rent a small Suzuki 4X4 and roam all over Mahe simply beautiful... take roads descending into beaches u know nothing about - surprise yourselves - get excited ...

One big dream i've almost fulfilled (but failed) is ALDABRA but that is another project...
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Jan 31st, 2006, 09:16 AM
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thats a thought
seems impossible to get there, doesnt it?
as ive seen only the trip could cost like 15k+
tks for the advice i really appreciate it!
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Jan 31st, 2006, 11:40 AM
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Aldabra is so far out (believe the furthest of the chain), with no hotels for tourists. Most who do venture here go by boat and live aboard. Not what I would consider for a honeymoon when there are so many choices close in.
Feb 20th, 2006, 11:00 AM
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Thanks for the information so far. I'm going in May to do snorkeling and plan to stay 3 nights on LaDigue and 3 nights on Praslin then last night on Mahe before returning to Nairobi. How does one reserve those smaller hotels that LP raves about? I'm interested in Pardise Flychatcher (LaDigue), Les Lauriers or Chalets Cote Mer (Preslin) and Calypha (Mahe). We would like two bedrooms when possible. Any help would be most appreciated!
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Feb 20th, 2006, 01:15 PM
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the tourism site, with hotel information.

A google search for Seychelles Hotels, will bring up any number of hotel booking sites and other information that you may find helpful in booking hotel rooms.

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