Few months ago when I was searching for a tropical location to go to, Seychelles was one out of 2 highest on my list. However, something caught my attention.
It says I need AT LEAST 150$ per day.
Well, I have done my research.
The average monthly salary in Seychelles seems to be 485$.
Now, can anyone explain to me in any logical way possible, why would I, as a tourist, need almost 10x as much for 30 days??
So if i am staying for 15 days I should have 2250$ with me, which is a ridicoulous amount of money.
I certainly wont spend as much.
If i need that much money to survive, then pretty much most of the seychelles native population should be starving.
Can anyone shed some light on this issue?