Seychelles: Paradise as pure as it gets
Seychelles has always been dubbed as a family-friendly destination and many have written about it.
Seychelles has always been dubbed as a family-friendly destination and many have written about it. “Pinnacle of Purity,” is the title of one of the thousands of articles which can definitely set one on a voyage of discovery on one of most pristine sites in the beautiful Seychelles.
In this four full-color article in Family Travel, the beauty of the islands is well portrayed, but the attention is mostly on Praslin, the home of the world’s largest nut – the coco de mer.
The article by Michelle Feneberg describes her family’s true taste of the Seychelles experience.
It paints a portrait of Seychelles as the ideal place to have a holiday. Visitors on Praslin can choose to either stay in resorts like Constance Lemuria or Raffles or enjoy the life on the island in one of the many small establishments scattered across Praslin.
It recommends that a tour around the island is a must, as it is a place that invites one to discover paradise on Earth.
The much-loved Cote d’Or is described as being the golden mile of Praslin, and is one of the most popular areas on the island.
The family chose to stay at the Coco de Mer hotel which is tucked away on the quieter side of the island, which is Grand Anse.
This was a unique experience for that family, as the hotel offered a home-away-from- home environment for them.
The article gives a clear picture of the unique assets of Praslin such as the black parrot, the coco de mer, and Anse Lazio beach.
The writer also shared their life-on-the-island experience to its readers, giving a glimpse of what to expect if visitors want a true Seychelles experience.
La Digue and Cousin islands were also on the list of places visited by this family. Michelle Feneberg and her family will forever cherish the good memories of the purity of Seychelles in all its aspects.
Michelle Feneberg is a good friend of the owners of the Coco de Mer Hotel and is a “hobby” journalist based in Shanghai. The article was published in the June edition of “Shanghai Family” magazine which focuses on expats based in Shanghai.
Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism and Culture, joined Sherin Naiken, the CEO of the Tourism Board, to say thank you to the owners of the Coco de Mer Hotel. “This spirit of togetherness by the private sector trade is an example that should be congratulated. We all know we need visibility for our islands if we are to remain relevant as a tourism destination, and the initiative for the private sector trade to invite journalists onto our shores must be encouraged especially when they ensure the journalist enjoys the best of what our ‘Brand Seychelles’ stands for,” Minister St.Ange said.
Seychelles is a founding member of the International Coalition of Tourism Partners (ICTP) .