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What ‘C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S means in the Seychelles islands

Victoria, Seychelles | December 15, 2016, Thursday @ 10:09 in Entertainment » SEYCHELLES BUZZ | By: Betymie Bonnelame | Views: 1993
What ‘C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S means in the Seychelles islands

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(Seychelles News Agency) - C is for Crystal clear waters

While many countries enjoy a white Christmas, the islands in Seychelles offer you clear, azure-coloured waters you often see on postcards.You will be spoilt for choice as most of the islands in the country are surrounded by gorgeous sand, with some beaches more secluded than others.

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H is for Honeymoon haven

The Seychelles islands are a popular destination for honeymooners, so much so that the archipelago was declared the world’s leading honeymoon destination at the World Travel Awards grand final ceremony. Surprise your loved ones with a honeymoon in paradise.

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R is for Relaxing and Rejuvenating

Feeling burnt out after a year of hard work? Tired of the hustle and bustle? A trip to the Seychelles islands will help you relax and rejuvenate in a tranquil environment especially at the end of the year. After that – 2017 – bring it on. You will be ready to tackle the New Year.

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I is for Inspiring islands

Scattered like jewels in the western Indian Ocean, the islands are not only breathtaking but can give you inspiration for your future endeavours. After all, authors and movie producers have done exactly that used the Seychelles scenery to enchant readers and viewers.

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S is for Sunshine 

The sunshine is one of the many things that makes the Seychelles such a special destination, all year round. With an average temperature of 27°C, and a range that rarely drops below 24°C, it is rarely too hot or too cold to travel around the islands. So you can still stick to your holiday plans.

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T is for Tranquillity

A Christmas holiday in Seychelles does not mean gallivanting all over the islands. You can also enjoy the tranquillity and harmony that exist between people and nature. If you so desire, you can have your own little corner for peace and solitude.

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M is for Mesmerising Marvel

With its vibrant colours courtesy of bright sunshine, white sand beaches, crystal clear blue waters, lush green forests and fiery sunsets, Seychelles is a mesmerising marvel. It’s a place you need to add to your bucket list if you are looking for a get-in-touch-with-nature experience and a picture-perfect destination. 

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A is for Appetising Aroma

The Creole cuisine for Seychelles has an appetising aroma due to the mix of various influences. It features nuances of French cuisines, a touch of exotic from India and the piquant flavours of the orient.  You will most definitely find something to tempt your taste bud.

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S is for Sublime

While you may not always have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the natural environment on a daily basis, this is what the Seychelles have to offer, and it is a sublime experience -- one that Santa Claus will surely add as gift for Christmas if you have been nice this year. 

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