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Important travel info


There are no visa requirements to enter Seychelles.


NOTICE: Do not collect seashells along the beaches, as many are used by hermit crabs. Collect- ing shells is prohibited in nature reserves, marine parks and reserves in Seychelles.


The unique and unusual tropical flora is beautiful, and for it to remain so, it is important that you admire it, but leave it for others to enjoy. Any vegetation taken as souvenirs must have a certificate and an offi- cial export permit which must be produced when checking in at the international airport.


The oceans are vibrant with colourful coral reefs and vibrant fish.


promotional brochures for the Seychelles, is often one of the natural wonders that draw people to the archipelago. Te park is set on three small islets surrounded by shal- low azure waters and extensive coral reefs. Here low-lying isles and atolls are cast across the Indian Ocean. Outer Islands


Te Outer Islands, located beyond the Seychelles pla-


teau, are comprised of 72 low-lying sand cays and atolls. Less visited than their granitic cousins due to their rela- tive remoteness, they are 230 to 1150 kilometres from Mahé. Tese are some of the most pristine miniature worlds of the Seychelles. Some of the Outer Islands are little more than sand spits or lonely rocky outcrops, offer- ing untouched habitats for many species of wildlife. Only two islands among the Outer Islands, namely Al-


Bijoutier Island, one of the many uninhabited tiny outer islands.


Doctor’s House. Located in Anse José, the building has been turned into a museum and is an excellent sample of Creole colonial architecture. Visitors can also dive at Coral Garden or Pointe Rouge, or take a snorkelling trip to St. Pierre Curieuse Marine National Park. Te Marine National Park on Ile Cocos, featured on


phonse and Desroches, currently offer accommodation facilities. Te luxurious lodges offer sailing and diving op- portunities in places where few humans have gone before as well as intriguing fishing experiences. You can experi- ence some of the world’s best bonefishing on the flats of the isles or bottom fishing. Te Seychelles are one of the world’s last frontiers left


virtually untouched by man, offering adventure and pris- tine natural beauty to those who wish to explore paradise on earth.


Best time to visit for specific activities


Bird-watching - April (breeding season), May to September (Sooty Tern nesting season) October (migration)


Diving - March to May, September to November Fishing - October to April Hiking/Walks/ Trails - May to September Sailing - Year-round Snorkelling - Year-round Surfing/Windsurfing – May to September


Answer to crossword from page 68. thehubwinnipeg.com Spring 2017 • 55


Photo by Tony Baskeyfield.


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