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Honeymoon Beach

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Honeymoon Beach, on the private-island resort of North Island, features all the essentials one would expect for a romantic island getaway. Fresh fish and lush, green vegetation come in abundance on the island. Honeymoon is considered the most secluded beach in Seychelles, with views of nearby Sillouette island, whose waters change to different shades of blue depending on the time of day.

The island is trying to preserve its original flora and fauna in an effort dubbed the "Noah's Ark" project. This long-term plan will have visitors seeing endangered species and several species of plants and animals that thrived before humans began inhabiting Honeymoon.

Written by  Jackie Kochell.

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