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Anse Source d'Argent, Seychelles
Home to an abundance of wildlife, La Digue is the third largest inhabited island in the archipelago. Towering granite rocks surround the sparkling blue ocean, and green foliage and sprawling palm trees add to this unspoiled natural environment....
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For a bit of physical effort it is possible to feel castaway on a deserted island in the Seychelles without blowing the budget on a 10,000 euro a night hotel. Everybody who goes to La Digue dips their toes into the aquamarine water off infamous...
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Ile Moyenne, Seychelles
This tiny island in the St. Anne National Marine Park is home to more species per square foot than any other part of the world, including giant land tortoises that roam the island freely. Take a boat taxi from nearby Mahe and spend the day...