Island paradise a popular haunt

By Xu Lin ( China Daily ) Updated: 2016-12-10 07:12:34

When the Seychelles Tourism Board established its first office in China in 2011, the visitor numbers from the country were 2,120. But by 2015, that number had jumped to more than 13,900

Xie Zheng, 37, misses Seychelles - the picturesque beaches along the Indian Ocean, brilliant hiking routes and exotic culture. So, he is planning his second trip there and also to try to find a homeless dog that he met on his first trip.

When Xie and his wife were on a 5-kilometer excursion to Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve, or the May Valley, on Praslin Island, they encountered a homeless yellow puppy, which followed them all the way during their trek.

Island paradise a popular haunt

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