Explore the outer islands of the Seychelles to find a piece of paradise
Travellers can find their own piece of paradise on adventure holidays in the Seychelles, it has been claimed.
Nadine Hallak, marketing and PR executive at Cheapflights Media, claimed that, as the Seychelles is comprised of so many islands, visitors can find a remote location and claim their own piece of paradise.
She said: "One of the marvellous things about the Seychelles is that there are 115 islands, all of which can be visited for day trips by plane, boat, catamaran or helicopter, so it's easy to find your own little piece of paradise.
"For a real tropical island hideaway, why not explore some of the Outer Islands situated beyond the Seychelles Plateau."
Ms Hallak added that there are numerous opportunities for world-class fishing, diving and sailing in these "untouched places" where few holidaymakers have visited.
Furthermore, guests can enjoy luxury accommodation at affordable prices, with everything from bungalows on the beach to five-star resorts.