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seychelles

Comprised of 115 tropical islands, Seychelles offers tropical landscapes surrounded by the beautiful turquoise ocean and pristine beaches. Its capital is Mahé boasts an impressive 65 beaches and stunning inland forests, which are all preserved and shows ecotourism in full effect. If you are looking for relaxation or adventure, Seychelles has something for everyone. 

Why choose Seychelles as a destination? 

  • Home to 115 tropical islands, Seychelles has some of the most stunning beaches in the world.

  • Go on an underwater adventure and enjoy snorkelling and scuba diving.  

  • Relax on pristine white-sand beaches, and enjoy the solitude of the beautiful untouched tropical landscape.

  • Ideal weather all year round. 

  • A romantic destination for honeymooners.

  • The local cuisine is delicious and has some of the best seafood in the world. 

  • Deep-sea fishing is renowned in Seychelles. 

We recommend going for a week to see 2-3 islands, but 10-14 days will allow you to see 5 or more islands if you are looking to stay longer in paradise. Temperatures rarely drop below 24 degrees Celcius, every day is a good day to do something in Seychelles. With a lot to do and a lot to see, there are endless adventures awaiting you, making it the perfect holiday destination for anyone. 

HIGHLIGHTS

Snorkelling and many
water activities

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Beautiful beaches

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Delicious seafood

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Countless islands
to visit

Romantic location
for honeymooners. 

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top ATTRACTIONS

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Mahé Island

The largest island in Seychelles Archipelago. Home to the worlds smallest capital town, Victoria, and the international airport. Pristine beaches, turquoise ocean waters and beautiful mountains filled with vegetation await you on Mahé.

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Morne Seychellois National Park

Head inland on Mahé Island and find the spectacular Morne Seychellois National Park. Encompassing 20% of the island, there are many scenic hiking trails heading up to the peak, 905m above sea level.