The ultimate guide to enjoy the best time in Seychelles while being on a budget

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Seychelles is as far from North America as any place can possibly be, so it wouldn’t be a good idea to book a weekend trip.

First of all, you cannot spend your entire vacation while being on the go and secondly, no time less than two weeks is enough to explore this place.

Located northeast of Madagascar, the place is a glimpse of heaven and can easily be called tropical paradise. The interesting fact is that it is one of the best-kept secrets in the world when it comes to holiday getaways.

If you’ve already planned to visit those magnificent islands and have the time of your life, here is our guide on getting the most out of your trip:

The Best Time to Pay a Visit

Other than right now, there’s no perfect time to visit this beautiful sight. Last year, Seychelles became the first nation ever to crack a deal regarding the exchange of government debt for marine protection. This great news definitely means a lot of tourism for the country.

Before it becomes a hot favorite destination for all the westerners, it is important that you book a trip for yourself. This will allow you to enjoy the serenity and calmness of the eye-catching waters.

Moreover, you never know when the ticket prices may hike because of the increasing popularity of the country.

Booking the Perfect Accommodation for Yourself

If you don’t have an Airbnb account yet, this might be the perfect time to make one. You can find multiple Airbnb listings near the beach that would not cost you an arm and leg.

While providing delicious breakfast and even a pool, you can rent a room for as low as $100 for a night. Don’t let the prices of the luxurious accommodations intimidate you.

There are some world-class hotels and resorts in the area that are available at surprisingly affordable rates. It is nothing like the other popular beach destinations since a lot of people are still alien to the idea of finding such heaven amidst the African seas.

Rent a Car and Ride the Ferry

You’ll be surprised to know that Seychelles has 115 islands but out of them, only three are significant. Mahe, Praslin and La Digue will provide you with a complete experience of the seaside.

However, it is a task to move from one island to another. While the flights are a bit costly, you can always…

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