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  • Seychelles Case Study

    Seychelles, is an archipelagic nation with 115 islands lying in the Indian Ocean. Male is the main island of Seychelles, it is the economic and cultural hub of the country. Still wondering why? Here are reasons why you should plan your honeymoon in Seychelles. 1. Unspoiled Beaches Seychelles is renowned for its picturesque beaches. Imagine lounging on a white sandy beach with your new spouse, overlooking striking boulders and sparkling turquoise water, naturally picketed with palms and coconut trees. Romantic, isn’t it? Seychelles is filled with significant and stunning beaches such as Anse Source d’Argent on La Digue, which have been voted as the best beach in the world several times. Anse Lazio, which is located on the north west corner of Praslin, Anse a la Mouche on the south western coast of Mahé and of course, the most famous beach in Mahé, Beau Vallon Beach. There are spectacular paradise islands in Seychelles and they are located remotely with isolated beaches, where you and your new spouse can have the beach to yourselves. 2. Enchanting attractions You will find some of the world’s most enchanting attractions in Seychelles. The islands of Seychelles feature exotic range of tourist attractions, from scenic natural attraction covering forested areas enriched with rare species of flora and fauna, bio-reserves, extensive plantations of coconut trees, cinnamon and vanilla to art galleries and museums, religious sites and natural monuments. Almost half of the land area…

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  • Rabbit Beach Research Paper

    cascading waterfall on the beach that leads into the ocean and stone arches formed from the large surrounding cliffs. The history of Honopu Beach is what makes it so interesting to visitors. A long time ago, ancient warriors would carry the remains of their tribal chiefs to Honopu Beach and place them on the arches and caves. The warriors would then jump off the cliffs to their death to protect the remains from rival tribe chiefs (Jefferys). The rich history, incredible landscape, and the…

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