The archipelago that is the Republic of Seychelles is a nation adorned with natural wonders, ranging from breath-taking rocky-beaches to mesmerizing rainforests. Seychelles and her one hundred and fifteen plus islands have been captivating visitors from around the world for centuries. The nation’s unique landscapes combined with the incredibly lush and diverse range of species that inhabit her many islands. The most interesting factor that contributes to the beauty of Seychelles that her land was completely un-inhabited until of fairly recent times, which is why the island has some of the most beautiful and unspoiled sights the region has to offer, and one place that is most breathtaking above all, is the Morne Seychellois National Park.
In addition to all her natural wonders, if you’re looking for an international visit to this iconic land, there is many a hotel Seychelles has to offer with unique and exotic locales such as Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino.
Coming back to the topic at hand, the Morne Seychellios National Park is situated on the highest point of all the Seychelles islands, on the island of Mahe. Not only is the park the highest in the country, it also by far the largest, covering more than twenty percent of the entire landmass of Mahe. The park contains an extensive list of trails that can be explored through either half-day or full-day excursions. Although marked-routes and maps are plentiful, the best way to explore the Mahe Park is through a guided tour, where an expert will escort you to the best spots within the park to experience both all her panoramic sights and her living wonders.
So if you’re looking to an escape into a world of dense rainforests, serene beaches and magical creatures look no further than the Republic of Seychelles and the glorious Morne Seychellois National Park.
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