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TRENDING FASHION IN SEYCHELLES

Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 island in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa. The beautiful country is blessed with deep blue water and white sandy beaches with exotic sea life. It’s home to numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as rare animals such as giant Aldabra tortoise.

Seychelles has the least population among independent African countries. It has population of about 99,053. There are three official languages in Seychelles; Creole, English and French. Also there are three ethnic group in Seychelles; Seychellois African or Creole (76,000), Indian (5,000) and Chinese (1000).

TRENDING FASHION IN SEYCHELLES

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ACCESSORIES IN SEYCHELLES

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TRIBES IN SEYCHELLES AND THEIR FASHION

The Seychellois dress on Kazak (blouse) and penwar (skirt) which have been considered as Seychelles’ traditional costume. It is believed that these costumes took influence from European costumes during the nation’s colonial era. Although casual dresses is also part of Seychelles attire, the three tribes wear these dresses generally.

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TOURIST AND HISTORICAL PLACES IN SEYCHELLES

Seychelles is called paradise on earth, because of the beautiful nature and reserves. It is becoming a famous destination for honeymoon.

The Little Ben Clock Tower – tower erected by Seychelles Governor in honour of Queen Victoria (1903)

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Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market – a busy and colourful market in Victoria city of Mahe island

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Vallee de Mai National Park, Praslin – a cool and shieldy place to be, a break from the sun, sand and sea

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Ste Anne Marine National Park – first national park in the Indian Ocean, 20minutes boat ride off Mahe

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Morne Seychellois National Park – The largest national park in Seychelles, filled with nature

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Aldabra Atoll – the world’s largest raised coral atoll, central lagoon fills and empties twice a day

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Sihouette Island – known for rich biodiversity with rugged terrain that perserves nature’s beauty

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Anse Volbert – a warm beach, shallow water laps the sun-bleached sand and coral reefs

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Seychelles National History Museum – it exhibit flora, fauna and geological history of the archipelago

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Victoria, Mahe – the only seaport in Seychelles, named after Queen Victoria after her coronation

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Beau Vallon Beach – an alluring curve of glittering sand, on Mahe’s northeast coast

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Baie Lazare, Mahe – a pretty village, the neo-Gothic Bale Lazare church is located there

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La Digue Island – heaven for nature lovers, with stunning white-sand beaches and granite rock

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Bird Island – it harbours a population of migratory sooty terns, which swells 1.5m birds may to october

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Anse Lazio – a beautiful beach with shady Takamaka trees, white sand and glittering water

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MUSIC AND ART WORK IN SEYCHELLES

There are distinct kinds of music in Seychelles. Folk music incorporates multiple influences in syncretic fashion, including English contredanse, polka and mazurka, french folk and pop, sega from Mauritius. A complex form of percussion music called Kanmtole is popular, along with combinations of Sega and Reggae called Seggae and a combination of Moutya and Reggae called Mouggae.

MUSICIANS IN SEYCHELLES INCLUDE:

Dezil’ musical band

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Angie Arnephy

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Sandra Esparon

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Jean-Marc Volcy

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SOME ART WORK IN SEYCHELLES

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MEALS IN SEYCHELLES

Seychelles is blessed with varieties of mouth watering meals, especially sea foods. Here are some Seychellois dishes you will want to try;

 

Local Alcoholic Beveragesone of the finest local fermented drink in Seychelles.

Satini – made with fine grated ingredients like unripe fruits (spiced papaya or golden apples).

Fish curry (bonito) – a fiery mix of curry powder, curry leaves and tumeric.

Saffron rice – a dish made from saffron, white rice and also usually vegetable bouillon.

Local Alcoholic Beverages

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Satini

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Fish curry (bonito)

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Saffron rice

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Salad Zourit/ pwason fimen – boiled octopus or smoked fish mixed with tomatoes, onion and pepper.

Ladob – Seychelles dessert made with either bananas or sweet potato and coconut milk.

Breadfruit chips – it is a type of tropical fruit which is abundantly available in the island.

Caris Masala – a Creole version of Indian vegetablian Seychelles curry.

Grilled Fish – the fish is so juicy  and full of flavours.

Fresh fruits – fresh fruits such as papaya, star fruit, avocado, mango and indigenous breadfruit.

Salad Zourit/ pwason fimen

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Ladob

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Grilled Fish

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Fresh fruits

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Breadfruit chips

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Caris Masala

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Coconut milk – an opaque, milky-white liquid extracted from grated pulp of mature coconut.

Roussettes – another bizarre Seychelles local food delicacy.  

Curry – English cuisine for dishes with a sauce seasoned with spices such as tumeric, cumin, ginger etc

Shark chutney – finely mashed skinned shark, cooked with squeezed bilimbi juice and lime.

Coconut milk

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Roussettes

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Curry

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Shark chutney

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AND HABITAT PROTECTION IN SEYCHELLES

According to FAO, 89.1% of Seychelles is forested, about 41,000 ha. The country has been identified as a biodiversity hotspot by international conservation agencies. One of the major threats to the  Seychelles native species and forest is the rampant spread of a large number of invasive alien plant species. There is a zoo for wildlife protection in Seychelles.

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EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN SEYCHELLES

Seychelles is economically, culturally and environmentally vulnerable to potential effects of climate change and its associated extreme events. Vulnerability characteristics such as concentration of development on narrow coastal zones, non-resilient populations and ecosystems make the Seychelles extremely sensitive to climate change and its associated impacts.

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GENDER EQUALITY IN SEYCHELLES

Seychelles’ constitutional chater of fundamental human right and freedom applies to all citizens irrespective of gender. There are however, specific regulations within the legislative framework that protect the civil and human rights of women.

Myriam Telemaque – Seychellois politician who served as Minister of Employment.

Macsuzy Mondon – Seychellois politician who served as Minister of Local Government.

Danielle Marie-Madeleine Jorre de St Jorre – Seychelles politician, who served as Foreign minister.

Peggy Antoinette Vidot – nurse  and midwife, she served also as minister of health

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Patricia Francourt – Seychellois banker and currently serving as Minister for Employment

Jeanne Simeon – Seychellois politician who served as Minister of habitat, lands, infrastructure.

Devita Vidot – a Seychellois accountant and politician.

Pamela Charlette – Served as Seychellois minister and still a renowned politician

Patricia Francourt

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Jeanne Simeon

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Devita Vidot

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Pamela Charlette

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