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Fancy a true holiday of a lifetime on the unforgettable island of the Seychelles?

From the moment you set foot on the incredible beaches or swim in the crystal-clear waters you’ll instantly realise that this is a place where all the stresses and strains from modern life simply float away.

An archipelago of more than 100 islands, the beautiful waters are not just perfect for snorkelling, scuba diving and kayaking but, thanks to the luscious vegetation around, they’re great for island-hopping too. We make no apology for signposting customers here – we know the talcum powder-esque beaches are a firm favourite, so it’s a place to return to time and again.

Whether it is the surfer’s paradise of Intendance Beach, the rugged nature of Anse Lazio or the intimacy of Silhouette Island, there is a beach perfectly suited to you.

In such luxurious natural surroundings, the five-star resorts and outstanding hotels are up there with some of the best in the world, while renowned spas are waiting to make you feel even more relaxed and refreshed. It’s certainly true that a holiday to the Seychelles ticks the box perfectly for R&R, but the island also has a rich cultural heritage which it would be a crime to ignore.

The Natural History Museum can be found in Victoria, with the capital city also hosting a popular and colourful market and shopping area. Or, if you are looking for some of the best sights the island has to offer, the Mission Lodge Lookout is the place for you. Once you reach the top, where Queen Elizabeth II once enjoyed tea, you will be greeted by sweeping sea and mountain views.

The Seychelles offers a perfect balance between beautiful beaches and idyllic scenery, alongside fine cuisine and fascinating culture. While most travellers stick to the islands of Mahe, Praslin and La Digue, picturesque white sands come as standard in the Seychelles, so consider the lesser known options too. Bliss is guaranteed.


Visit Seychelles in December and enjoy the fascinating Seychelles Ocean Festival, which plays host to a number of sports events, competitions and exhibitions. The week-long event is a celebration of the country’s amazing marine heritage – with a range of popular diving packages offered to holiday makers during the period of the festival.
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +4
  • Currency: SCR
  • Flying time to destination:
    11-hours from London
  • Best Foodie Hangout: La Digue

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 27°c   Feb: 28°c   Mar: 28°c  
Apr: 28°c   May: 28°c   Jun: 27°c  
Jul: 26°c   Aug: 26°c   Sep: 26°c  
Oct: 26°c   Nov: 27°c   Dec: 27°c  


Seychelles Articles

The Seychelles In A Nutshell

  • Seychelles is renowned for having some of the best beaches in the world. In fact there are more than 100 of them!
  • Such is its beauty, the Anse Source d’Argent is reported to be the most photographed beach in the world with white sands, clear turquoise water and huge granite boulders marking an impressive landscape.
  • Intendance Beach is a surfers’ paradise with large swells creating perfect waves. For those who prefer to watch and relax, they could be joined by turtles crawling across the white sand.
  • If you are looking for a different type of beach, try Anse Lazio which is surrounded by dramatic mountain peaks and forests.
Tastes To Try
  • Seychelles is a haven for colourful Creole food and whether you are looking for comfort food or fine dining, the island cuisine has something for everyone.
  • The scene Beau Vallon on Mahe, on the north-west of the island, has a number of fine restaurants to satisfy anyone’s hunger. Highlights include the local cuisine at La Plage and the Boat House. La Perle Noire is also highly recommended.
  • If you fancy something a little stronger, pay a visit to the Takamaka Rum Distillery. Enjoy a rum-tasting tour and learn about the history of rum-making in the Seychelles. You know you want to!
  • La Digue is one of the biggest islands in the Seychelles and boasts some of the finest local cuisine. Fried octopus and lobster with garlic are particular favourites, as is the intriguing dish of bat curry.
Soak Up The Culture
  • The Seychelles culture reflects the traditions of all the different races and nationalities that settled in the archipelago. Whichever island you find yourself on, you are bound to see remnants of its varied history and rich culture.
  • The capital city of Victoria is home to the Natural History Museum and the Victoria Clocktower as well as a vibrant local market for those looking for a souvenir.
  • Fancy witnessing some of the best views of the Seychelles at the very same spot where Queen Elizabeth II once enjoyed tea? Then head to the Mission Lodge Lookout and marvel at the impressive sea and mountain views.
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