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POPULATION 96 thousand
LANGUAGE Creole; English; French; Seselwa
CURRENCY Seychelles Rupee

This stunning archipelago comprise of 115 islands gifted with pristine beaches, long sandy shores, a plethora of marine life, lush vegetation and mountainous granitic islands. It is one of the smallest countries in the world with a population of 97,000 inhabitants. The amazing resorts, striking beaches and restaurants draw in many tourists in to this lost island including their capital Victoria which is also the busiest island in the archipelago.

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Seychelles, an archipelagic dream for the Halal traveler

Seychelles, an archipelagic dream for the Halal traveler

You’re bound to fall in love with this archipelago no matter where you are from as the Seychelles is all about the cerulean waters, lush tropical forests, white sandy beaches and friendly locals. It is also home to some of the most amazing attractions from national parks to rare animals such as the giant Aldabra tortoise. This set of islands also welcome the Halal traveler, be it a family vacation or on your honeymoon as the island has plenty of Halal-friendly accommodation, places to eat and places to explore. The Halal traveler is most likely to feel at home as they will be facilitated with Muslim-friendly amenities in some of the main parts of the island. Read further to find how Halal-friendly this exotic archipelago is for the avid traveler.

Halal-friendly hideaways

Halal-friendly hideaways

Whilst ticking all the boxes when it comes to Halal food, great hospitality and places to see, Seychelles also offer a great number of Halal stays for families and honeymooners. Four Season is a stunning resort settled amidst the lush tropical greenery with the ocean all around you and the resorts’ food is everything that’s Halal as they’re imported from Dubai. It’s also the perfect honeymoon retreat with its perfect surroundings. Another would be The H Resort Seychelles located by one of the best beaches in the archipelago, Beau Vallon beach and a mosque that’s just 10 minutes away in Mahe Island for your daily prayers. Six Senses Zil Pasyon is also a Halal-friendly stay where you get views of the majestic granite rocks and the tropical jungle overlooking the azure waters. Banyan Tree, Le Meridien Fisherman’s Cove, Enchanted Island Resort, Kempinski Resort and MAIA Luxury Resort are amongst the other options offering plush accommodation, privacy and delicious Halal food.

Plenty of Halal food and eateries

Plenty of Halal food and eateries

Apart from the Halal food you get in some of the main resorts and hotels you also get a few places to eat Halal food, try out some local delicacies and plenty of fresh local seafood. Maria’s Rock Café is one place you can eat without worrying as they serve some hot stone specialties with rice, salads and homemade sauces. Another hotspot would be the News Café which is a French Café offering healthy breakfasts, coffees, teas and juices. You can indulge in some local food which is also known as Creole food at the Boathouse which is a great place to hangout located by the Beau Vallon beach serving salads, hot dishes and some great desserts which are perfectly safe for the Halal traveler to consume. You also get Anchor Café, Oceana Takeaway and Auberge Chez Plume to try out some food without fretting much in the island.

What’s in store for the Halal explorer?

What’s in store for the Halal explorer?

This stunning archipelago is made of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean and its home to some of the best beaches in the world. Therefore any traveler would just love this destination as it offers an abundance of marine life and adventures in the ocean in some of the island such as Praslin, La Digue and Felicite. Victoria which is the Capital of Seychelles holds one of the mosques in the archipelago and also the Sainte Anne Marine National Park. You can also take a walk to the local market and the cathedral. Praslin offers the most scenic coastlines apart from the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve where you will get to witness Coco de Mer which is an indigenous large coconut. La Digue is where you will get to pet the Giant Aldabra Tortoises and cycle around the island on a lazy afternoon. As for the Snorkelers, you can head out to the Peter Island where you get crystalline waters and the UNESCO heritage site of Ile de Cocos. Seychelles sounds like a pretty fun adventure for any traveler and as for the Halal traveler, you’re assured of a hassle-free travel around the archipelago if you plan your vacation ahead of time.

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