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

Seychelles - A world within.
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The beautiful country is blessed with deep blue waters and white sandy beaches with exotic sea life.

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

A holiday to the Seychelles is an invitation to paradise, where irresistible island escapes and some of the world's finest beaches await. With its pristine white shores and vibrant coral reefs, this collection of idyllic islands is a haven of natural beauty and exclusive luxury. From the iconic coco de mer trees and majestic granite formations to the gentle giants of the sea and lush jungle interiors, the Seychelles captivates with its breathtaking landscapes.
mmersed in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles is a sanctuary for marine life, boasting encounters with whale sharks, manta rays, turtles, and a kaleidoscope of colorful reef fish. On land, the island exudes a tranquil ambiance, offering a leisurely pace of life amidst a rich tapestry of endemic bird species and diverse flora and fauna.
Whether you seek days of sun-drenched relaxation on powdery sands, exhilarating hikes through UNESCO-listed reserves, or the allure of a Robinson Crusoe-style desert island getaway, Seychelles holidays cater to every desire. Whether it's a family adventure or a romantic honeymoon retreat, there's something for everyone in this tropical paradise.
Embark on a journey of discovery and relaxation, where you can tailor your Seychelles holiday to your preferences. Consult with us or visit your local store, and we'll help craft your perfect Seychelles experience.

GMT +4 hours
Seychellois rupee
Flying Time
~11¾ hours

The Seychelles basks in sunshine year-round, with peak season aligning with our summer months, boasting longer days and cooler sun. April and November are characterized by hot, humid weather and occasional rainfall, yet temperatures hover around a balmy average of 30°C. January marks the wettest period, while July stands as the driest. Winter temperatures range up to 22°C, while summer sees highs reaching up to 34°C.

With its untamed allure contrasting the polished splendor of the Maldives, the Seychelles embraces its natural ruggedness unapologetically. It's an idyllic haven for honeymooners, where each island presents postcard-worthy scenes of pristine white sands and lush jungle interiors. Beneath the mesmerizing turquoise waters, vibrant coral reefs thrive with life, adding to the islands' enchantment. A melting pot of cultures, breathtaking beaches, and unparalleled biodiversity, the Seychelles beckon exploration and adventure. Mahé, the largest island, boasts a vibrant capital bustling with markets, colonial-style mansions, and coastal mangrove forests, all set against the backdrop of the magnificent Morne Seychellois National Park. For those seeking adventure, Praslin, the second-largest island, is akin to Eden reborn, with its World Heritage-listed Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve housing over 50 endemic plants and the rare coco de mer palm. Tranquil La Digue, known as the teardrop island, offers a glimpse into laid-back village life, easily traversable in just over an hour. Meanwhile, Silhouette Island entices nature lovers with its unspoiled beaches and remarkable marine national park, a sanctuary for wildlife enthusiasts.

Situated northeast of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles comprises 115 islands, many of which remain uninhabited. The capital, Victoria, is located on Mahé, the largest and most populous island in the archipelago. It shares its borders with La Réunion and Mauritius to the south, and the island territories of Comoros and Mayotte to the east.

Food and drink

Being an island in the heart of the Indian Ocean, it's no surprise that fish and seafood are integral to Seychellois cuisine. Often accompanied by rice, fish dishes are prevalent in most restaurants, prepared using a variety of traditional cooking methods such as steaming, grilling, salting, baking, and even wrapping in banana leaves. The cuisine reflects an eclectic fusion style, influenced by the country's rich colonial heritage, blending Seychellois flavors with African, British, French, Indian, and Chinese influences. Embracing Creole culture, signature delicacies include Fruit Bat Curry and the classic Ladobe pudding, a sweet dessert made 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

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

Embark on a journey of island discovery with Seychelles multi-centre holidays, where you can seamlessly transition from one dreamy paradise to another. Whether you desire to hop between tiny specks of white sand and lush jungle or combine pure white beaches with Arabian cities and desert adventures, the Seychelles offers endless possibilities.
Experience the magic of island-hopping as you fly or sail across this stunning archipelago, soaking in Creole history, captivating beaches, and vibrant wildlife along the way. Picture yourself on a breathtaking seaplane journey from Mahe to Praslin, traversing turquoise waters and lush landscapes.
For those seeking an added layer of adventure, we've handcrafted itineraries that pair the Seychelles with the United Arab Emirates. Immerse yourself in the opulence of Dubai's gold leafed city, explore the bedouin civilizations of Abu Dhabi, and venture into the hot red sand dunes of Ras Al Khaimah before being whisked away to the Indian Ocean's most photographed beaches.
With our tailor-made multi-centre holidays, the Seychelles beckons with its irresistible allure, inviting you to create unforgettable memories across its sun-kissed shores and beyond. Contact us at 02085708283 or visit us in-store to speak with one of our Personal Travel Experts and start crafting your own bespoke holiday with
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Petit Amour

Indulge in the epitome of luxury living at the exquisite and sophisticated Petit Amour villa. Nestled amidst heavenly surroundings, with views of the Turquoise Blue Ocean and perfect weather, a stay at Petit Amour promises an unforgettable holiday experience. Treat yourself to the royal treatment and elevate your getaway to new heights of elegance and refinement.


Seychelles is a paradise for beach lovers, boasting mesmerizing stretches of white sand and crystal-clear waters. From serene sunbathing to exhilarating water sports like jet skiing, water skiing, and scuba diving, Seychelles beaches offer a wealth of activities for visitors to enjoy. Whether you seek relaxation or adventure, Seychelles' stunning beaches are sure to leave you enchanted.

Coconut Plantation House

The Coconut Plantation House on La Digue Island in Seychelles is a must-visit for nature enthusiasts. This national monument spans 300 hectares of land and holds significant cultural and historical value. Visitors can wander through dense coconut plantations, visit the coconut oil mill, explore the old cemetery, discover the Copra house, and much more, offering a fascinating glimpse into the island's heritage and natural beauty.

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Seychellois Creole, English, and French

Passport and Visas:

Not required for stays under 30 nights

Events & Festivals:

January: Kavadi Thaipoosum Festival – celebrated by Hindus worldwide, marking the birthday of Lord Murugan, the deity of the hills. Devotees carry heavy 'kavadis' as offerings to Lord Murugan for blessings.

March: Fête de la Francophonie – featuring various activities such as film screenings, craft bazaars, and exhibitions.

April-May: Seychelles Arts Festival – the largest public arts festival in Seychelles, drawing visitors from across the islands.


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


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