Posts Tagged "Seychelles"


Updated on: 12/19/18During our vacation in the Seychelles we used travel rewards points for luxurious stays at many hotels, including the Hilton Northolme Mahe as well as the Hilton Labriz Silhouette Island. Our adventure began on the island of Mahe where we stayed at the Hilton Northolme, also known as the world's smallest Hilton (by room count). Where this could be a negative for some hotel chains, Hilton does an exceptional job...

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Updated on: 12/19/18When we first began planning our vacation in the Seychelles, we knew we wanted to hit up the Hilton resorts due to Angie's Diamond status and her obscene number of points (plus extra from our travel rewards credit cards). We found out that the country has two- the Hilton Northolme on the island of Mahe (also known as the world's smallest Hilton) and the Hilton Labriz. The latter of which was an interesting one to...

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Updated on: 12/19/18It is said that all beaches in the Seychelles are public, and if you're envisioning free access to any beach you want I am sad to say you have another thing coming. The unfortunate truth of the matter is that just because all beaches are supposedly public does not necessarily mean that you will have unrestricted access to visit them as you please. (We say “supposedly public” because as much as it is...

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Updated on: 01/7/19The Seychelles beaches are what dreams are made of- with white sand, crystal clear water, beautiful rock formations, and picturesque palm trees. While this may seem like a wonderful thing, if you're actually vacationing there, it can be a bit overwhelming to try to prioritize which beaches you want to visit. That's where we come in! During our two weeks in the Seychelles, we spent time on Mahe, Silhouette, La Digue,...

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Updated on: 12/19/18The Seychelles are full of world class beaches, many of them easily accessible via roads. But there are also numerous beaches in the Seychelles that are a little more difficult to reach, ones that you can only get to on your own two feet or via a boat. We love the challenge that comes with trying to get to this type of beach, and during our recent trip to the Seychelles we did a few short hikes to see some of them-...

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