Seychelles

  

Welcome to Zanboza Guesthouse La Digue Seychelles, holiday house in La Digue Seychelles, B & B La Digue Seychelles

The history of Seychelles began in 1770 with the arrival of French settlers. The islands remained in French rule until the defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo, and were ceded to Britain in 1814 with the Treaty of Paris. In 1976, the Seychelles gained independence from Britain and became a republic within the Commonwealth. The 115 granite and coral islands of the Seychelles are located in the western Indian Ocean, just below the equator to about 1600 km from the coast of ‘East Africa. Seychelles is famous for its pristine beaches to lush forests and clear warm water. This archipelago of rare beauty consists of 41 granite islands and 74 coral islands and sandbars that extend to the coast of Africa, including the legendary Aldabra, the largest coral atoll in the world.

         

Climate. What is the best season to go to the Seychelles Islands.

There is no best time to travel to the Seychelles. In fact, the geographical position, just below the equator, favors not only the temperature remains constant between 25/30 degrees, but above all the leaves out of the zone of tropical cyclones that form farther south. The warm climate, is made pleasant trade winds that blow from October to March from the northwest with the possibility of heavy rainfall from May to September from the southeast. The intervening months of transition between these winds (April to November) should be characterized by a drier climate and sea calmer. All this makes the Seychelles a destination accessible at any time of year.

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