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It made international headlines in 2011 when one was given to Prince William and his bride during their honeymoon, but it’s also one of the most sought-after souvenirs to bring home from Seychelles: the coconut of the coco-de-mer palm tree. It resembles a female’s backside, but also requires a license to export out of the country.
If a giant nut isn’t your forte, take back some of Seychelles’ famous tea. Often difficult to locate once you leave the country, it’s available in a variety of flavors such as vanilla, cinnamon and mint, and will remind you of the islands’ relaxed atmosphere months after you return to your busy life.