With the mere mention of this profoundly diverse continent, the visuals that immediately spring to mind are thrilling wildlife safaris in national parks and delightfully observing elephants, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, and many other animals that coexist in its vast plains. Although largely overshadowed by its land counterpart, the waters of East Africa are just as remarkable, if not even more breathtaking.
The archipelago of Seychelles, made up of 115 islands, is a perfect example. Surrounded by the Indian
Ocean 1,500 kilometres off the coast of mainland East Africa, Seychelles’ beaches are arrestingly beautiful. Desroches Island, a sand and palm tree- encrusted isle in the Outer Islands of Seychelles is set to attract the connoisseurs of high life with the opening of Four Seasons Resort Seychelles this March. The property’s suites, villas, and beachfront bungalows are equipped with the latest technology for optimal comfort combined with a rustic chic interior, matching the beat of island living. Guests can enjoy a romantic dining experience at The Lighthouse, a replica of the original lighthouse whose structural remains can be found on the other side of the island at Helene point, or allow themselves to be fascinated by the water adventures amongst the coral reefs that surround this Poseidon’s playground. The Desroches Drop, a worldfamous diving destination, is