Seychelles islands are uniquely beautiful due to a combination of granite boulders, white sand and tropical rainforest. The boulders have specific shapes resembling fabric folds. It is a result of millions of years of erosion. This feature is probably unique in the world as most islands elsewhere are either volcanic or coral and do not have such large granite boulders. The main islands of Seychelles are not volcanic and not coral. They are remnants of a prehistoric continent Gondwana. That is why the islands are composed of granite. White sandy beaches fringed with the boulders and palm trees are classical postcard-like views in Seychelles. We found an additional item, a small stream that brings water from a lagoon into the ocean. We found that the best way to explore Seychelles is to sail. Our hidden spot in the videos was accessible only by boats.
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