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Seychelles Accommodation So, you've decided to spend your vacation in paradise. Finding suitable Seychelles accommodation is as easy as spotting fish in the crystal clear waters. Exquisite views, white sandy beaches and picturesque locations are found in every direction, but where you stay depends on what you enjoy most.
The 2014 Carnival of Carnivals will be opening in Seychelles this weekend

The Carnaval International de Victoria has been nicknamed the Carnival of Carnivals by the 150 international journalists from 84 media houses and will soon prove why it is the biggest annual event in Seychelles. What makes this carnival unique is the fact that it brings the best international carnivals together to parade as one and includes cultural troupes from the Community of Nations. Carnivals from countries such as United Kingdom, Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, South Africa, Madagascar, Mozambique, Zambia, Kenya, China, America, Sweden, India, Germany and South Korea will be joining the parade that starts in the Seychelles capital, Victoria.

Have Your Wedding and Honeymoon in Seychelles

With white beaches and a crystal clear ocean, the Seychelles Islands are the perfect place to have your wedding and honeymoon. Just look at Prince William and Kate Middleton who had their honeymoon in Seychelles. There are many venues and beaches to choose from when you plan your wedding and honeymoon. Just remember to have the right documentation ready when you decide on your paradise location.

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Seychelles Attractions

With 116 islands, Seychelles offers an abundance of attractions for tourists all year round, including beautiful beaches, a variety of cultures and many endemic animal species. You can’t help but fall in love with these islands.

A few facts about Seychelles and what it has to offer

The Seychelles archipelago consists of 116 islands and has the smallest capital in the world, Victoria. The capital island can be walked in under a day. The country was first made independent from Britain in 1976 and became fully democratic in 1993. Seychelles is essentially a country of immigrants and there have only been settlements on the islands for the last 250 years.