Sey you’ll be there – OK! enjoys a desert island stay in the gorgeous Seychelles

Source: OK! Magazine, Issue 1085, May 30 2017

With wedding season in full swing, the Seychelles – an archipelago of 115 idyllic tropical islands scattered across the Indian Ocean – is a firm favourite with honeymooners. As well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – who have holidayed there twice – celebrities such as George and Amal Clooney and Frankie and Wayne Bridge have all chosen the Seychelles for their honeymoon. So perhaps Kate may have suggested that this would be the perfect spot for her sister Pippa Middleton and her new husband James Matthews to celebrate their recent nuptials. (more…)

6 unforgettable experiences you can have in the Seychelles

“To travel, to experience and learn: that is to live,” a quote by Sherpa mountaineer, Tenzing Norgay, who surely knows the feeling. After all, he was the first known individual to ascent the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest.

While not many of us will get to climb any of the world’s highest peaks, travelling to an exotic location sounds more like an achievable feat.

If the opportunity knocks for a trip to a tropical location, why not choose the Seychelles, where you can have these unforgettable experiences. (more…)

Interview: Photographer Michel Denousse

Art has always been the first love of Seychellois Michel Denousse, which led him to study and later start teaching the subject. After opting for a career change, where he spent a few years working in the management field as the Registrar of the University of Seychelles, UniSey, Denousse has decided to go back to his first love.

Choosing photography this time round, his latest venture is his own business dubbed ‘Photograph Seychelles,’ which aims to provide visitors with a combined package for tour guiding and photography services. (more…)

Fishing Where Time Stands Still

Never has there been a better time to enjoy the thrill and challenge of a  lifetime, fishing in Seychelles’ pristine waters where, in the words of a local author … ‘We still don’t have an inventory of exactly what lurks in the secret depths of these legendary isle,’ writes Glynn Burridge.

As a brand, Seychelles resonates powerfully as a unique collection of islands blessed with surreal, natural beauty, a near-perfect climate and a tiny population (88,000) enjoying the quintessential island lifestyle in almost perfect harmony. And all this because some 150 million years ago the planet’s crust fractured and what we know today as the continents were formed, leaving a handful of island splinters to drift across a universe of azure water to finally occupy a secluded corner of the western Indian Ocean, some 1,852 kilometres (1,000 miles) off the east coast
of Africa. (more…)

Diving the dream islands

Diving the Dream Islands of the Seychelles Archipelago

by Glynn Burridge

Two divers slice the pristine, crystal waters off the north-west coast of Mahé, principal island of the jewel of the Indian Ocean: the stunningly beautiful Seychelles Archipelago. What they are seeking lies some 40 metres beneath the ocean – the hull of an old fishing trawler, deliberately scuppered to provide a diving site in what is arguably one of the best kept secrets among the international diving fraternity: the amazing Seychelles diving experience. (more…)