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DoubleTree Resort & Spa by Hilton Seychelles Allamanda is located in the south of Mahe, the main island in the Seychelles, with beach frontage, large granite boulders - a hallmark of Seychelles and mountain views with lush tropical foliage. Nestled on 2.5 acres of landscaped gardens, the resort features the Duniye Spa, perched on a large granite boulder, overlooking the tropical turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Nature lovers can uncover Seychelles' hidden mountain trails that cross the large granite rock formations.
Discover Victoria, the smallest capital city in the world with its famous clock tower, a miniature version of London's Big Ben and visit the Botanical Gardens with the famous Coco-De-Mer, giant tortoises and orchids. While in Victoria, explore the market in the center of town to find exquisite spices and herbs, exotic fruits and the freshest fish.
Whether for scuba diving, snorkeling or a ride on a glass-bottom boat, your visit to the North of Mahe is not complete without a visit to one of the protected parks at Bay Ternay Marine Park or by the islands of St. Anne, Cerf and Round Island, home to hundreds of species of coral and tropical fish.
For a cultural experience, visit the La Plaine St. Andre restaurant, a traditional plantation house, fully restored and home of the Takamaka Bay Rum Destillery - the spirit of the Seychelles.
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More than just a flight, Zil Air provides a luxurious air-conditioned aerial limo service.
Take a tour of this rum distillery established by brothers Richard and Bernard d'Offay in 2002.