A tropical island sanctuary with luxury resorts & villas. Visit for gorgeous white powder sand beaches, azul waters and gorgeous sunsets. The Seychelles are ideal for a romantic or family holiday and also the perfect honeymoon destination. They boast some of the best snorkelling and scuba diving in the world, and are great for bird watchers and nature enthusiasts.
Perfect for honeymoons
Wildlife & Scenery
Where are the Seychelles?
This archipelago island country in the Indian Ocean, 1000 kms NE of Madagascar, consists of normally 115 low lying coral islands, many uninhabited, but with 3 main touristic islands: Mahe, La Digue and Praslin. The capital Victoria, on Mahe, is the smallest capital in the world and very easy to walk around, with lively local markets and a beautiful botanical garden. Why not try some island hopping by boat or ferry, or a small cruise between the islands?
Our Top 5 Reasons to Visit:
1. Stunning beaches, azul waters and gorgeous sunsets
Mahe, the busiest and biggest island, has 65 unique, varied and gorgeous beaches. Relax on the white sandy beaches of Praslin Island, especially the secluded paradise beach of Anse Lazio, considered to be the best in the Seychelles. La Digue has the iconic and exotic smooth granite boulder beaches which offer endless photo opportunities.
2. Perfect honeymoon destination
The Seychelles were the Royal honeymoon destination for Will and Kate! With waterfalls, mountains, luscious rainforests, palm trees and many quiet, secluded and stunning beaches.
3. Wildlife and flora
There are many unique and endemic species on the island. Endangered species include the hawksbill and green turtles, Aldabra giant tortoises and Seychelles paradise flycatchers. Spot black parrots, bulbul song birds and tree frogs. The Seychelles is home to the native Coco de Mer palm tree that bears the biggest nut in the world!
4. Hiking and Adventure sports
There are many hiking trails of varying difficulties. Hike the coastline from Beau Vallon to Anse Major on the island of Mahe. Morne Seychelles NP has a network of trails and 905m summit to explore. The dive sites at Shark Bank, Port Launay Marine Park are famous. Why not snorkel by Coco Island and La Digue or Bay Ternay Marine Park? Glass bottomed boat trips, kayaking and helicopter rides are also available and you can fish recreationally without a licence.
5. Superb Creole cuisine
Locally caught fresh fish, seafood and shellfish feature highly on the menus, so find time to sample spicy fish or octopus curry often served with rice. Tours are available to the local rum distillery and the local beer, Seybrew, and palm wine offer unique tasting opportunities.
Which Seychelles resort should I pick?
With many options in The Seychelles it can be hard to know where to start! Together we will discover what you are looking for & find the right resort for you!
Below are some of our favourites:
1. Banyan Tree Seychelles
Snorkelling & canoeing
If you're after a luxury hotel with a big focus on sustainability on the island of Mahe, this could be the one for you!
Stay in one of the 60 luxurious villas featuring modern Creole architecture, which blend into the tropical vegetation and hilly terrain. From ocean view villas to 2 bed villas.
Its restaurants offer a variety of local and international dishes, from Thai cuisine to pizzas to moonlight dinners. Relax next to the infinity pool or partake in a game of tennis.
There is also a Wedding Pavilion, popular for civil marriages with unique and romantic ceremonies.
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2. Constance Lemuria
18 hole championship golf course
Constance Kids Club (ages 4-11)
A selection of beautiful and spacious luxury villas and suites, located amongst beautiful natural surroundings. From junior suites to a 3 bed presidential villa with a private pool. Materials such as thatch palm, marble, pink granite, wood & stone have created a modern but warm design that suits the surroundings. You will be surrounded by incredible white sands and reconnect with the environment at Lemuria's Turtle Sanctuary.
Enjoy wonderful fine cuisine and taste Seychellois' flavours in all the bars & 4 restaurants..
Travelling with your children? Your children will enjoy wonderful island exploration trips, culinary activities, scavenger hunts and much more at the Constance Kids Club.
Head out on the only 18-hole golf course in the Seychelles or take to the seas and discover world famous diving sites!
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3. Hilton Labriz Resort and Spa, Silhouette
Diving, nature, eco-centre
The only resort on Seychelles' Silhouette Island, providing a tropical haven situated between white sand beaches and forested hills. A variety of accommodation options from family 3 bed beach villas to plunge pool villas.
Dine in one of the 7 restaurants, experiencing local & international cuisine or even enjoy a romantic private dinner under the night sky.
Hike through the rainforest or snorkel at the Eco Centre. There is also a kids club & diving lessons available for your children too!
Escape to the only hotel on Silhouette Island. Click the button below to begin your dream holiday.
Multi-Centre Island Stays
Stay on both Mahe & Praslin!
You can enjoy spectacular views on a short 15 min flight or catch the Cat Coco ferry, which will take 60 minutes. You can even fly by helicopter or charter a yacht between the islands! Then take a day trip to laidback La Digue.
For a week stay we recommend combining Mahe & Praslin with a day trip to La Digue.
For more than a week you could stay on all three islands; Mahe, Praslin & La Digue.
Or extend your stay with an island cruise.
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When to visit
Seychelles have good weather all year round, but November to March is the rainy season! Avoid South-West facing resorts during this time to escape the trade winds.
Why not combine a Safari in Africa with a holiday in the Seychelles? The perfect once-in-a-lifetime experience.
An average temperature between 26-32 degrees C
10 hours direct from London.
Driving is on the left hand side of the road.
Smaller car recommended.