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Self-catering is a widely used term. It implies 1) that meals are not provided, but also 2) enough equipment is provided for guests to cook their own meals. Exactly what equipment is provided can vary. There will be at least a fridge and some way of heating up meals, eating utensils, a table and chairs and somewhere to eat. Most will have a stove, an oven ...


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A self catering apartment, hotel room, hostel, vacation place, etc, is one where guests have facilities for making their own meals and cooking, and are allowed to do so. Normally a hotel might give guests a kettle and some coffee/tea, maybe some biscuits, and usually a dining room with menu, sometimes also room service. By contrast, a self catering ...


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While drones are permitted in the Seychelles, you would first want to check whether the airline carrier(s) allow it in your checked baggage, and for all of your flights, not just the Dubai stopover. As this regulation is under the purview of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (DCA), and you will arrive and depart through its airport, you may come ...


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That's going to depend on which way the wind blows when you land which is related to the time of year, current storms etc. All you can do is guess the best side and hope that the travel gods answer your wishes. But in terms of actual data you can make a decision on, you can see from Mahé/Seychelles Airport wind and weather direction that you can make a ...


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Approach to SEZ from the southeast, port side view. Approach to SEZ from the northwest, port side view. Approach to SEZ from the southeast, starboard side view (dullsville.) Approach to SEZ from the northwest, starboard side view. If you don't know ahead of time which way the plane will be landing, the port side of the plane has something interesting to ...


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Back from the trip :) No problems at all with the drone. I passed through both countries customs without any issues at all. Didn't fly it in Dubai though due to lacking a state license). Just an advice for Seychelles, beware that Air Seychelles planes fly at relatively low altitudes and there are a couple helicopters flying too so you better keep an eye on ...


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Yes, they only check the first accommodation and even I was told informally there is an exception for people that go to Praslin. In my case, earlier this year I was going to La Digue so I did not test that but they only checked that I had accommodations there and all that was needed was a printout confirming that I had a booking. Mine was for a B&B and ...


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There are private buses that go from the airport to the ferry terminal, the last departure is 3:30 PM since that is the latest one can make it to the 4:30 PM boat. They charge 10 Euros per person. You have to ask at the Creol counter just outside of the arrivals door since these buses are unmarked, have no numbers and no logo (other than the manufacturer of ...


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One option is taxi: Airport - Victoria : € 20 : transfer time 15 mins.


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According to TimaticWeb, you would need only the following to enter Seychelles: Visa Issuance: Passengers can obtain a "Visitor's Permit" on arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days. They must have: a return/onward ticket; and sufficient funds (minimum of USD 150.- or equivalent per day); and proof of accommodation for the duration ...


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