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Its home to numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as rare animals

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Overview

Irresistible island escapes and some of the best beaches in the world combine with extraordinary natural beauty on a holiday to the Seychelles

With its dazzling white shorelines and hypnotic coral reefs, the Seychelles is a picture-perfect collection of tiny islands that are home to some of the most beautiful beaches and exclusive hotels in the world. From the rare coco de mer tree and its towering granite rocks to the giant tortoises, world-famous beaches and exotic jungle-clad interiors, this sun-drenched treasure in the Indian Ocean will leave you stunned at its outstanding natural beauty. About as close to paradise perfection as you can get, offshore this is an aquatic treasure trove of whale sharks, manta rays, turtles and schools of exotic reef fish. On land, there's a charming slow-motion island vibe, and the sheer diversity of endemic birdlife and flora and fauna is just extraordinary. Made for exploration, relaxation and spectacular island-hopping adventures, holidays to the Seychelles can range from sunbathing for days on talcum-powder sands, hiking through World Heritage-listed nature reserves and even going Robinson Crusoe on your own desert island. Whether you’re dreaming of an exciting family adventure or a romantic honeymoon hideaway, on a Seychelles holiday you can take the time to explore as little or as much you like. Talk to us or pop into your local store for a chat and we’ll help you to tailor-make your perfect Seychelles holiday.

Timezone
GMT+4
Currency
AED dirhams
Flying Time
~7.5 hours

The Seychelles enjoys gloriously sunny days throughout the year. Peak season here correlates with our summer months, where days are longer and the sun is cooler with only a little rain. April and November are hot, humid and wet, yet the temperate remains a balmy average of 30°C. The wettest period is January and the driest is July. Temperatures reach up to 22°C in winter and up to 34°C in summer.

Seychelles holiday highlights

Wild and rustic against the glossy perfection of the Maldives, the Seychelles is unapologetically raw in its natural charm. It’s perfect honeymoon territory; here, postcard-worthy islands seduce with their world-famous white sands and tangled jungle interiors, and beyond the dazzling turquoise waters, stunning coral reefs teem with life. A fusion of people, culture, incredible beaches and extraordinary biological diversity, the Seychelles islands yearn for exploration and discovery. Mahé is the largest, the heritage capital that buzzes with activity, from its bustling markets and colonial-style mansions to the coastal mangrove forests and the splendid Morne Seychellois National Park. If you're longing for adventure, Praslin is the second largest island and Eden reincarnated; home to the World Heritage-listed Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, this primeval slice of paradise is where you'll find more than 50 endemic plants and trees, including the rare coco de mer palm. Sleepy La Digue is known as the teardrop island, walkable in just over an hour and where village life exists at a slower island pace, while Silhouette Island is a nature lover's paradise of unspoilt castaway beaches and an extraordinary marine national park.

Where is the Seychelles?

Northeast of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles is home to 115 islands, many of which remain uninhabited. Its capital, Victoria, can be found on Mahé, the largest and most populous island in the archipelago. Its neighbours include La Réunion and Mauritius to the south and the island territories of Comoros and Mayotte to the east.

Food and drink

As an island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, it’s not surprising that fish and seafood play a massive part in Seychellois cuisine. Usually served with rice, most restaurants offer fish dishes that use a variety of traditional cooking methods, whether it’s steamed, grilled, salted, baked and even wrapped in banana leaves. There’s an eclectic fusion style to the food, a nod to the country’s rich colonial heritage that has merged Seychellois cuisine with African, British, French, Indian and Chinese influences. Typical to the Creole culture, signature delicacies to look out for include Fruit Bat Curry and the classic Ladobe pudding, a sweet desert of breadfruit cooked in coconut milk and sugar.

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  • Some of the best and most beautiful beaches in the world
  • Island hopping allows you to experience each island's unique personality, taking in the bustle of the larger islands and seeing the untouched wonders of the smaller islands
  • A fantastic range of award-winning spas to soothe the soul
  • The jungle-like interiors and colourful coral reefs are home to some of the world's most rare and captivating flora and fauna
  • Adventure-seekers will be kept entertained with snorkelling, diving, hiking and a whole host of water sports on offer
Multi-Centres

Fly by seaplane from one dreamy island to another or combine pure white beaches with Arabian cities and desert on Seychelles multi-centre holidays

Those tiny specks of white sand and lush jungle in the Indian Ocean have you chasing waves in azure waters, lounging under a coconut palm and swimming with starfish in coral reef. We’ve been to the Seychelles and can tell you first-hand that in such an extraordinary destination you don’t need to restrict yourself to just one island. Our tailor-made multi-centre holidays take you by flight or boat across this stunning archipelago or on a breathtaking journey by seaplane from Mahe to Praslin. Creole history, captivating beaches and colourful wildlife – all is possible with our island-hopping combinations. Being such a short flight away we’ve also hand-crafted itineraries that pair the United Arab Emirates with the Seychelles so you can visit Dubai’s extravagant gold leafed city, Abu Dhabi’s bedouin civilizations and Ras Al Khaimah’s hot red sand dunes before being cast away to the Indian Ocean on some of the most photographed beaches in the world. 02085708283 or visit us in store to speak to one of our Personal Travel Experts and tailor make your own holiday with https://skytraktravel.com .
Things to do
Petit Amour

If you want to experience a luxury life, must visit this stunning and classy villa of Petit Amour. Stay here during our trip and enjoy the heavenly surrounding, Turquoise Blue Ocean, and amazing weather. Staying at Petit Amour is something you should try to make the holiday royal.

Beaches

If you love mesmerizing beaches, white sand, crystal clear water then beautiful Seychelle is a must visit place for you. The beaches of Seychelles offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy sunbath, swimming, even visitors can enjoy sports like jet skiing, water skiing, scuba diving and much more.

Coconut Plantation House

Every nature lover should explore the coconut plantation house of La Digue in Seychelles. This national monument covers the 300 hectares of land and represents the cultural and historical importance of the place. Visitors can explore the thick coconut plantations, coconut oil mill, old cemetery, Copra house, and much more.

Insider Review
Language:

Seychellois Creole, English and French

Passport and Visas:

Not required if under 30 nights

Events & Festivals:

January: Kavadi Thaipoosum Festival – celebrated by Hindus all over the world, the festival celebrates the birthday of Lord Murugan, the warrior deity of the hills. During the event, believers carry heavy ‘kavadis’ - literally meaning burdens, offered to Lord Murugan in exchange for his blessings.

March: Fête de la Francophonie – features various activities which includes film shows, a craft bazaar and exhibitions.

April-May: Seychelles Arts Festival – the biggest public arts festival in Seychelles, this vibrant event attracts visitors from across the islands.

Climate

Climate & Weather

  Day time maximum temperature Night time minimum temperature Average water temperature Average rainfall Average amount of sun hours
January 28°C 25°C 29°C 386mm 6h
February 29°C 26°C 29°C 274mm 6h
March 30°C 26°C 29°C 226mm 7h
April 30°C 26°C 30°C 183mm 8h
May 30°C 26°C 29°C 163mm 8h
June 28°C 25°C 27°C 99mm 8h
July 27°C 24°C 25°C 84mm 8h
August 27°C 24°C 25°C 76mm 7h
September 28°C 25°C 27°C 132mm 7h
October 28°C 25°C 28°C 163mm 7h
November 29°C 25°C 29°C 224mm 7h
December 28°C 25°C 29°C 329mm 6h
Inspiration
One morning, when Gregor Samsa woke from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a horrible vermin. He lay on his armour-like back, and if he lifted his head a little he could see his brown belly, slightly domed and divided by arches into stiff sections. The bedding was hardly able to cover it and seemed ready to slide off any moment. His many legs, pitifully thin compared with the size of the rest of him, waved about helplessly as he looked. “What’s happened to me? ” he thought. It wasn’t a dream. His room, a proper human room although a little too small, lay peacefully between its four familiar walls. A collection of textile samples lay spread out on the table – Samsa was a travelling salesman – and above it there hung a picture that he had recently cut out of an illustrated magazine and housed in a nice, gilded frame. It showed a lady fitted out with a fur hat and fur boa who sat upright, raising a heavy fur muff that covered the whole of her lower arm towards the viewer. Gregor then turned to look out the window at the dull weather. Drops of rain could be heard hitting the pane, which made him feel quite sad. “How about if I sleep a little bit longer and forget all this nonsense”, he thought, but that was something he was unable to do because he was used to sleeping on his right, and in his present state couldn’t get into that position. However hard he threw himself onto his right, he always rolled back to where he was. He must have tried it a hundred times, shut his eyes so that he wouldn’t have to look at the floundering legs, and only stopped when he began to feel a mild, dull pain there that he had never felt before. “Oh, God”, he thought, “what a strenuous career it is that I’ve chosen!

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