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Sainte Anne è proprio là, nel cuore verde-azzurro dell’Oceano Indiano, ma dentro l’anima più autentica dell’arcipelago delle Seychelles.


Sea turtle nesting at Sainte Anne


Con l’apertura di Sainte Anne Island, Beachcomber Hotels ha inventato alle Seychelles l’isola che non c’era: un paradiso vicino, invece che un paradiso lontano.


Ma Sainte Anne non è solo uno splendido resort ‘tropical style’ rinomato per l’eccellenza della sua cucina e il servizio tailor made che da sempre contraddistingue gli hotel Beachcomber, è diventata una delle isole delle Seychelles preferite dalle tartarughe di mare per la deposizione delle uova, la cui stagione va da ottobre a gennaio. Durante questo periodo una media di tre tartarughe al giorno depone le uova su alcune delle spiagge più protette dell’isola. Da gennaio a marzo gli ospiti hanno il privilegio di assistere alla schiusa e alla straordinaria corsa delle tartarughe baby verso l’oceano.


Sea turtle nesting at Sainte Anne





The hatching season has started at Sainte Anne Island #Seychelles Music credits: Coldplay

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