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Africa is the second largest continent on earth. It consists of 55 countries and has over 1 billion inhabitants. Africa borders the Atlantic Ocean in the west, the Indian Ocean in the east and the Mediterranean Sea in the north. The shortest distance from Europe is on the Strait of Gibraltar (Strait of Gibraltar). Here the distance between the two continents is just 14 kilometres. In its entire length Africa extends over the 3 climate zones tropics, subtropics and the temperate zones. The continent is home to an enormous diversity of plant and animal species. Among the most famous animals are certainly elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes, zebras, antelopes, crocodiles, gorillas and chimpanzees. Some African cities such as Cairo, Lagos, Kinshasa, Johannesburg and Luanda are among the largest metropolitan areas in the world.

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Seychelles – Things to know & travel tips (Mahé, Praslin & La Digue)

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White dream beaches, crystal clear waters, sun and palm trees: The Seychelles is the epitome of an island paradise ❤ For 2 weeks we have explored the main islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue and explored the most beautiful sights: from beautiful beaches, fascinating natural parks to hidden photo spots, animals and beautiful viewpoints. We will be happy to provide you with all the information you need for a holiday in the Seychelles in the following post.

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La Digue – Things to know & places of interest (Seychelles)

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We love to discover the most beautiful sights and photo spots of our destinations on our own. We spent a total of 3 days on the island of La Digue and therefore had enough time to explore some of the most famous sights. And La Digue really has a lot to offer: fantastic beaches, breathtaking hiking trails and L’Union Estate Farm, where you can learn about the colonial past.

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Top 10 – The most beautiful beaches on La Digue (Seychelles)

Categories: Travel reports, Africa, Seychelles

The beaches of the Seychelles are certainly among the most beautiful beaches in the world, with the turquoise blue water, powdery sand and the fascinating granite rocks. What we particularly liked about the Seychelles is the fact that all the beaches here are public, i.e. even if the beaches are located on the grounds of hotels, you can enter them (partly with prior permission). On the island of La Digue there are numerous beaches, some of which we have visited.

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Praslin – Things to know & places of interest (Seychelles)

Categories: Travel reports, Africa, Seychelles

We love to discover the most beautiful sights and photo spots of our destinations on our own. We stayed a total of 4 days on the island of Praslin and therefore had enough time to explore the most beautiful sights. And Praslin really has a lot to offer: beautiful natural parks, beautiful beaches and impressive giant tortoises on the nearby island of Curieuse.

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Praslin – Top 5 most beautiful beaches on the island (Seychelles)

Categories: Travel reports, Africa, Seychelles

The beaches of the Seychelles are certainly among the most beautiful beaches in the world, with the turquoise blue water, powdery sand and the fascinating granite rocks. What we particularly liked about the Seychelles is the fact that all the beaches here are public, i.e. even if the beaches are located on the grounds of hotels, you can enter them (partly with prior permission). On the island of Praslin there are numerous beaches, some of which we have visited.

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Mahé – Things to know & places of interest (Seychelles)

Categories: Travel reports, Africa, Seychelles

We love to discover the most beautiful sights and photo spots of our destinations on our own. We stayed a total of 6 days on the island of Mahé and therefore had enough time to explore the most beautiful sights with our rental car. And Mahé really has a lot to offer: from dreamy beaches, a small capital to hidden photo spots and beautiful viewpoints.

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