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Bucket List Trip


SCAN THIS PAGE TO SEE BONUS CONTENT ON SEYCHELLES. SEE PAGE 7 FOR INSTRUCTIONS.


Seychelles


Find heaven on earth in the Indian Ocean By Tania Moffat


Dazzling white sandy beaches punctuated by large smooth boulders are typical of the Seychelles.


to this secluded paradise, you will hear the enchanting call to return in your dreams forevermore. A multitude of islands form the Sey-


T


he Seychelles beckon anyone with a penchant for timeless beauty and tranquil days filled with romance. Tey are a destination for lov- ers of all kinds, and once you’ve been


How to get there


chelles archipelago, in total 115 granite and coral isles, that lie between 480 to 1,600 kilometres from the east coast of Af- rica in the west Indian Ocean. Te islands are divided into two groups: Te Inner Islands consist of 41 of the oldest mid-oceanic granite is- lands on earth and two coraline islands, while the 72 Out-


50 • Spring 2017


1) Winnipeg to Toronto to Addis Ababa or Dubai to Victoria. 2) Winnipeg to Toronto to Abu Dhabi to Victoria. 3) Winnipeg to Montreal to Doha to Victoria


er Islands which form the five groups of low-lying coral atolls and reef islets. Tese enchanting islands offer tourists incred- ible natural beauty and nature that has been unspoiled by man. Some of the finest sailing, snorkelling and diving are available in the myriad of islands, few of which have ever been explored.


Te Inner Islands


Tese isles are renowned for their pro- lific and world-renowned beaches, in fact,


there are over 65 beaches on the main island of Mahé alone, each with their own their al- luring azure waters and diverse ecology. Whether it is relaxation, eco-tourism or exploration, the Seychelles


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All photos courtesy of Seychelles Tourism Board unless otherwise noted.


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