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Sainte Anne Island, Seychelles

Seychelles
The Republic of Seychelles comprising 115 islands is an archipelago of legendary beauty a living museum of natural history and a sanctuary for some of the rarest species of flora and fauna on earth. With almost 50% of its limited landmass set aside as national parks  and reserves, Seychelles prides itself on its record for far sighted conservation policies that have resulted in an enviable degree of protection for the environment and the varied ecosystems it supports. Nowhere else on earth will  you find unique endemic specimens such as the fabulous

Coco-de-mer, the largest seed in the world, the jellyfish tree, with only eight surviving examples, the Seychelles’ paradise flycatcher and Seychelles warbler. Seychelles is also home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Aldabra, the world’s largest raised coral atoll and Praslin’s Vallée de Mai, once believed to be the original site of the Garden of Eden. From the smallest frog to the heaviest land tortoise and the only flightless bird of the Indian Ocean, Seychelles nurtures an amazing array of endemic species within surrounds  of exceptional natural beauty.

Location
Sainte Anne Island lies 4 kms off the east coast of Mahé i.e. just 10 mins
away by boat from Mahé.

Country
Seychelles

Region
Indian Ocean

Nearest City
Mahé

By Air
Direct flights to Seychelles by Air Seychelles (approx. 4 hrs 30 mins). Followed by a 20 mins boat ride to the hotel.

Recommended Stay
4 – 5 nights

Recommended add-ons
Dubai, Abu Dhabi

 

Nature Walk
Nature walks along the southern coast of the island will uncover pristine forests
and secluded beaches whilst the northern part of the island unveils tropical jungles. During the trek, experienced guides will share even more secrets about the island and a botanical walk will reveal the unique “coco de mer”.

Sea Turtles
The island of Sainte Anne in the Seychelles is a favourite nesting ground for sea turtles. The island, close to the main island of Mahé, is lapped by the waters of the biggest Marine Parks in the world. The turtle egg laying season spans a period from October to January every year. Each day, three turtles on average come ashore to lay their eggs on one of the six beaches or creeks that form the shores of Sainte Anne. Most of them are hawksbill turtles but some green sea turtles may also be spotted occasionally.

Sainte Anne is the largest island in the Sainte Anne Marine National Park and is in close proximity to Round Island and Moyenne Island. Sainte Anne Island, a Beachcomber hotel set on an exclusive private island, is one of the finest hotels in Seychelles. It blends seamlessly with nature. Lazy days can be spent discovering the island’s natural delights. On the pristine bea1ches, strewn with granite rocks, the only footsteps that you will see will be your own. Colourful bougainvilleas, frangipane trees, hibiscuses and palm trees blend in with the original vegetation. Immerse yourself in an island of dreams and sensual pleasures. Nestled in an idyllic tropical setting, the Spa by Clarins is a spacious sanctuary for the body and mind. In the crystal-clear waters of the marine park, a colourful kingdom of sealife is ready to be explored. The underwater kaleidoscope of colours, shapes and slants of light swirls with innumerable fish species while spectacular corals, sea anemones and algae act as a fascinating stage set.

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