On the sandy beaches of Anse Kerlan in the Seychelles, nature is so untouched that endangered sea turtles can still lay their eggs in the sand here. The Lémuria Resort on the island of Praslin fits in harmoniously with the untouched flora and fauna. With a typical island design, the lodges have interiors that feature tropical wood, marble, and granite, and are minimalistic yet luxurious at the same time. All suites have views of the Indian Ocean. The three restaurants serve regional cuisine in all its diversity. The par-70 course is a watery affair, and the last six holes are hilly, which means that players are guaranteed magnificent views of the unspoiled countryside. The dramatically beautiful 18th hole, a tricky par 5 with water along the entire right side, requires a confident drive to bring home a good score or a match play victory.