Looking through travel brochures or weekend newspaper articles, and from television programmes that highlight exotic vacations, Seychelles appears to offer high cost holidays. Indeed, Seychelles promotes itself as a high end tourism destination, with a profusion of modern 5* plus hotels backing some of the archipelago’s best beaches. But you don’t have to be super-rich … More Villa Kordia – self catering holidays in Seychelles
Looking towards the south-west from North Island’s west beach, Silhouette Island rises majestically from the ocean as a massive rock. It is, in fact, Seychelles’ fourth largest Island but it differs from the three larger islands (Mahe, Praslin and La Digue) in never having been developed to the same extent. Its human community has always … More Silhouette, North Island’s bigger sister
During my two-year residence in Seychelles in the early 1970s I was forever finding myself entangled in the huge sticky webs of Palm Spiders (Nephila inaurata). The female spiders are large, with dark brown bodies up to 3 centimetres long and long spindly legs, banded orange and black, giving the spider a total span … More Where have all the spiders gone?