The Ocean Geologically, the Seychelles forms part of the granitic Mascarene Plateau, which separated from the Indian Plate and is home to the planet’s oldest oceanic islands. Spread over a vast area measuring 800 km by 1,000km, the Seychelles […]
The People of Seychelles The inhabitants of the island archipelago of Seychelles are known as Seychellois and, today, the society to which they belong represents the evolution of peoples from across the globe who began to settle the islands in […]
Sailing among the Seychelles Islands: By Glynn Burridge. You will find that the Seychelles Islands are pretty much a year-round sailing destination with that year divided between two opposing trade winds: the northwest trades averaging eight to twelve knots and […]
Ten reasons to visit Seychelles By Glynn Burridge Seychelles’ natural beauty has fascinated travellers for centuries but this archipelago of 115 islands, many of which still slumber in their original, pristine state, offers great diversity besides. 1. Beaching it Seychelles […]
There are many kinds of aquarium dotted across the planet in which to enjoy different experiences of the underwater world. Some of these host impressive displays and spectacular species which are indeed fascinating to behold, while others adopt a more […]
The Seychelles-based Burridge is, in reality, a writer and a legendary figure in these parts. He sports a trim goatee and a fugitive grin. The bespectacled author is also a tourism consultant and freelance copywriter. The compelling nature of his narrative imparts an aura of mystery to his persona and his tales.