Invitation to the archipelago called Heaven

Discover Seychelles in 96 seconds - The GoPro video
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Invitation to the archipelago called Heaven

1920 1440 Daria Piasenti
The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea 
- Isaac Dinesen

Seychelles is a natural medicine for the soul. The fact that places like this exist for real is already reassuring. In a way it seems it could defeat all the evil of the world.

The archipelago of 115 pristine islands is so well known for the idyllic beaches that is hard to describe it using different words: white sand and azure sea are the real stars here. Both the ancestral nature and the warm welcoming humans on the islands transmit good vibes and hope for the future. There should be a little bit of Seychelles in any country of the world. In the age of unheeded climate change warning and the terrible risk of extinction for many species (humans included), I found Seychelles is an incisive demonstration of how can planet earth be only if humans would respect it.

Here people live in harmony with nature and have found out as well how get advantage from tourism business, without affecting the natural surrounds.

Thanks to the arrival of the dry season, Seychelles is the ideal destination for July and August, and will please both those who like being lazy at a luxury resort and those who wanna stay on a budget thanks to cute guest houses and great street food opportunities.

From the biodiversity of the Valleé de Mai rain forest in Praslin, to the paradisiac beach of Source d’Argent in La Digue, to the funny encounters with giant crabs and Aldabra turtles, come and cure your soul in 96 seconds with this GoPro video.

This video was made with ️ & GoPro hero 4.

Two Traveling Texans

Have you ever been to Seychelles? Which is the best sight you’ve visited?
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  • Anisa Alhilali

    I have not been to the Seychelles! I have heard lots of great things and I really enjoyed your video. You did a great job with the editing and music selection. Thanks so much for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard.

    • Ciao Anisa, thank you so much for your nice words! it is one of the kind making me feel it is worthy doing what I love and never giving up 🙂 I’ve enjoyed editing the video for you and hope you’d a good 120 seconds escape from the office watching it! take care and enjoy the journey!

  • Aareeba Mohammed

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  • I’ve seen so many wonderful posts about Seychelles lately, and as a result, it’s inching up higher and higher on my bucket list! It’s soooo beautiful! Thanks for linking up with #TheWeeklyPostcard!

    • ciao bella! I hope you will take the time to visit this place soon or later, it is really peaceful and stunning! thank you for the lovely comment, and enjoy the journey!

  • Kathleen (Kat)

    Great video! Such a beautiful island, and I hope Seychelles stays that way for a long time. I bet you wished you didn’t have to leave, huh? 🙂 #TheWeeklyPostcard

    • lol that was exactly it! good things come to an end, but now I can’t wait to see where my travel bug will take me next! thank you for the feedback Kathleen, enjoy the journey!

  • It must be so refreshing to see a pristine place like this. Such a beautiful island! I didn’t even hear about it till now. Thank you for sharing this with us. #TheWeeklyPostcard

    • thank you Anda, I loved you sweet words 🙂 enjoy the journey!

  • Fun video, and what a gorgeous island! Seychelles have been on our radar for a very long time, and yet…we’ve not been. (What is wrong with us???) Did not know there were actually 115 islands in the Seychelles! Going to have to take more time off to explore them all. 🙂 #TheWeeklyPostcard

    • ciao Rob, then you should definitely consider visiting this archipelago, it will giveaway some great memories and experiences! do you dive, as well?

      • Ciao Daria – We don’t dive. Yet! I think we’ll get dive certified within the next year. We do love sailing and snorkeling, though, and the Seychelles seem to be a great place for both!

        • Same here! I haven’t try diving yet, but I wish to. Where do you think getting certified? I wonder about which could be a good country to get it.