Visit the Seychelles

The Seychelles is a chain of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean off East Africa, coveted for its beaches, coral reefs and diving opportunities, and praised for its nature reserves and rare wildlife. When you thought of a paradise island as a child, this is exactly where your imagination took you. Some of the world’s finest beaches lie amongst this myriad of islands, with Mahé the largest and most diverse of them all.

Beyond the glorious white sand beaches and sparkling blue waters, you’ll discover rich and unique flora and fauna. The lush vegetation includes coconuts, mangoes and bananas and the islands are a natural habitat for a range of wildlife such as the elusive Green turtle and the rare and remarkable Black Parrot.

The Seychelles archipelago feature two natural UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the beautiful Vallée de Mai on Praslin where the unique double-nutted coco-de-mer palm grows. The islands are also home of Wright’s Gardenia, a shrub with wonderfully scented flowers found nowhere else in the world. A cruise of the Seychelles gives you the opportunity to island hop and discover the individual charms of each. Maybe you’ll fall in love with Praslin’s hidden coves and tropical fish or La Digue’s azure waters and coral reefs.


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Secrets of the Seychelles - View from the Inside

"Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Praslin, which has been associated to Eden for its profound beauty"

February 2016 • Camilla Gomes, Sales Consultant
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Weather & Climate

Temperatures reach maximums of around 32°C and rarely drop below 23°C.

When to go

Lying just below the equator, the Seychelles enjoy a tropical warm climate year-round, which makes it a great place to visit most times of the year.