By Alex Cove
The 115 coral islands of Seychelles are a melting pot of traditions and customs brought from Africa, Europe and Asia. Located Northeast of Madagascar, this island chain is famous for its beaches, coral reefs, diving, nature reserves and rare wildlife. Within this living museum of natural history and sanctuary lies the immaculate Constance Lémuria Seychelles Resort. Consider this hotel a cocoon of luxury amidst the vibrant atmosphere of these breath-taking islands.
The setting of Lémuria is nothing short of magnificent. The islands of Seychelles are known for their exquisite natural materials used for architectural design. Each suite and villa within Constance Lémuria Resort is no exception. The elegant rooms feature pristine pink granite, marble, wood, stone, and thatch palm to create a modern, yet warm and cultured feeling.
Exquisite beaches, clear topaz water and lush vegetation are also at an arm’s length from each spacious room. The resort features a three level pool and multiple beaches with staff waiting to bring you chilled bottles of water and fresh fruit. When you’re not unwinding in the resort’s heavenly swimming pools seemingly crafted by nature, indulge in a trip to the resort’s U Spa to restore well-being. Each massage is customized uniquely to the requirements of your body and muscles and training sessions are held outdoors to take advantage of the refreshing sea air.
No vacation in the Indian Ocean is complete without exploring the world beneath the crystal clear water. From manta rays to mighty whale sharks; turtles to dolphins, your encounter with the Indian Ocean’s marine life will be memorable. Under the guidance of the resort’s dive professionals and excellent visibility of the water; guests can take a variety diving or snorkelling trips and witness the majestic inhabitants of the vast reef-formations.
Compared to other resorts nestled within the islands, Constance Lémuria Seychelles Resort is in close proximity to all of the most popular spots within the chain of islands. To ensure that guests have access to all Seychelles has to offer, the resort provides a private boat that sails to secluded beaches, other lively towns or intimate tours showing off the colorful scenery among the islands. La Digue, located close to the resort, is an island inhabited by many ethnic groups, with world-renowned cuisine. It is most notable for it's popular palm wine, which most Seychellois people like to make themselves through fermenting the inside of a coconut.
Whether you're in the mood for a relaxing, cultural, or adventurous getaway,Constance Lemuria Seychelles has it all. Put this resort on your Must-Stay list.