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Royal honeymoon for royal couple: $100,000 a day in Seychelles

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Invisible, May 12, 2011.

  1. Invisible

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    Sandy beaches, crystal clear water and a calm ambience; Seychelles is a perfect honeymoon destination for the future King and Queen of England. Will and Kate are heading to the most exotic island in the world called Fregate Island, which is some 19 miles (30 kilometers) away from the capital of Victoria.

    The luxury vacation will include their stay at the lavish island for a 10-das honeymoon excursion where they arrived through their private jet. Although the resort has 16 villas that cost between $3,880 and $5,700 per night, the royal couple has chosen a presidential villa that comes with a price tag of $14,400 per night.

    Every villa is equipped with a private pool, Jacuzzi and personal buggy for transport around the island. The future King and the Queen will be provided a personal butler and chef who will pick organic produce from the island garden based on guestsÂ’ desired tastes. The couple can choose to eat in the exotic location of the resort that is 60-foot perch in a banyan tree house, and also have an option for eating in the comfort of their villa.

    If this is not all, for fun activities the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge can choose activities like scuba diving, windsurfing, kayaking, hiking and many more activities. In order to keep the privacy and the security purpose for the couple, no other guests will be allowed on the island till the royal couple leaves the resort.

    Fregate Island resort is not only a luxurious place to stay in but also home to 140 bird species that include few rare species of the birds and growing population of Aldabra giant tortoises. The 1.2 square-mile-islands are known for their eco-friendly operations and plants two trees on every guest visit and are home 800,000 trees.

    The whole vacation would costs somewhere between $1 million, which is nothing for a couple who can spend $35 million on their wedding.

  2. Ng'wanza Madaso

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