Luxury Holiday in the Seychelles Worth £9000
The Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Luxuryholidaysdirect.com are offering readers the chance to win a week of luxury for two in the Indian Ocean. The winners will fly out for a seven-night, half-board holiday at Labriz, a beach hideaway on mountainous Silhouette Island. The prize includes Air Seychelles flights, and a 30-minute treatment in the Aquum Spa.
The soft, sandy shores and warm tranquil waters of the Indian Ocean would have you believe that the Seychelles are somewhere close to heaven. In fact, theyre scattered off the coast of Africa, where
all 115 islands bask in the glow of year-round sunshine, with gentle breezes coming in from the sea. The Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Luxuryholidaysdirect.com are giving you the chance to win a seven-night, half-board holiday at Labriz, a beach hideaway on mountainous Silhouette Island.
Sandwiched between a bone-white beach and the tropical forest of Mount Dauban, this five-star resort offers guests an idyllic escape. The winner and a friend will stay in an Ocean Pavilion, which comes with its own pool set in a private garden. The prize also includes Air Seychelles flights, and youll each enjoy a 30-minute treatment in the Aquum Spa, which is tucked among enormous rose-coloured granite boulders on the jungle slopes, with unrivalled views across the Indian Ocean. Labriz has extensive facilities, but if your lust for adventure stretches beyond the infinity pool, tennis courts, diving school or gym, you can explore the islands exotic wilderness on a nature trail or mountain trek led by expert guides. The jungle is home to rare orchids as well as several endemic animal species, including the sheath-tailed bat. You can also visit Silhouettes giant-tortoise sanctuary.
For your chance to win answer the following question:
Q: How many islands make up the Seychelles?
A: from the text - 115 islands bask in the glow of year-round sunshine