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  • Iconic deserted beaches
  • Cap Lazare Nature Reserve
  • Praslin Island
  • Anse Lazio Beach
  • Water sports

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Getting there

Flight Details - Air Seychelles flights depart twice a week from London Heathrow on Fri and Sun (with a touchdown in Italy, no change of aircraft). Qatar Airways flights depart 4 times a week to Seychelles (change of aircraft in Doha required).

Flying Time - Approx 11 hours to Mahé.

Flight Upgrades available on all airlines, please call us for more details.

Time - GMT +5 hours

Currency - Seychelles Rupee (SRe)

Visa Requirements - British citizens do not require a visa.

Language - The official languages are English, French and Creole.

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Holidays in Seychelles

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Dive and snorkel in the vibrant coral reefs. Take a glass bottom boat to see under the crystal waters or simply bliss out on a brilliant white beach.

Top Tip - Find a secluded cove to enjoy a romantic picnic - a truly memorable experience

For those who like to mix their R&R with some fun adventures, the Seychelles is a perfect destination. Denis Island, renowned for its picturesque snorkelling and kayaking is an ideal location for ocean activities, while Anse Lazio's white sand and crystal waters could be your own tropical paradise.

Mahé:

Only 17 miles long and 5 miles wide, Mah... Read more

Top Tip - Find a secluded cove to enjoy a romantic picnic - a truly memorable experience

For those who like to mix their R&R with some fun adventures, the Seychelles is a perfect destination. Denis Island, renowned for its picturesque snorkelling and kayaking is an ideal location for ocean activities, while Anse Lazio's white sand and crystal waters could be your own tropical paradise.

Mahé:

Only 17 miles long and 5 miles wide, Mahé is a tiny slice of Paradise! The largest of the Seychelles, it boasts beautiful beaches including the very popular Beau Vallon, a lush, verdant interior and some truly great restaurants. Snorkelling and diving are popular pastimes, or soak up the bustling atmosphere of Victoria, the island’s capital.

La Digue:

Guarded by azure waters and fringed with coral reefs, La Digue basks in ageless tranquillity. As well as beautiful beaches and spectacular coves, the people are some of the friendliest you’ll ever meet and cars are shunned in favour of bikes and ox-carts. Spend your days soaking up the sun, feasting on tropical dishes and simply admiring the breathtaking scenery that surrounds you.

Praslin:

The second largest island in the Seychelles, Praslin is framed with beautiful secluded beaches, including the exquisite Anse Lazio. Despite being home to several exclusive resorts, it’s as close to the Garden of Eden as you can get with exotic flora and fauna in abundance, glimpses of some of the world’s rarest birds and crystal clear waters.

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Things to see & do

Track down the giant tortoise - Long thought to be extinct, new findings suggest that the Seychelles Giant Tortoise may be alive and well. Finding it would be just the thing to fire up your mojo. The elusive Green turtle usually makes an appearance between June and September too.

Cycle about La Digue - Feeling energised? Jump on a bike and feel the wind in your hair. Breeze over the island with the sun on your back and make the most of those amazing views.

View sealife in a glass bottom boat - Take a glass bottom boat trip to the Ste Anne Marine National Park. Consisting of 6 islands and set amid dazzling turquoise waters, the marine park is home to one of the largest seagrass meadows where it is not uncommon to see green turtles enjoying a meal. After your boat trip adventure, head to the second largest island, Cerf Island, where you can sample delicious local Creole food.

When to go

With a steady climate that rarely strays out of the 24 to 34°C range, the Seychelles promises sumptious sunshine, all-year round. Of course, like any tropical haven, there is a rainy season and if you're looking to leave your umbrella at home then avoid the months of January and February. The northwest trade winds usually arrive in October to March and produce a calm blue sea whilst helping to keep humidity in check. However, if you prefer your temperatures a little cooler, then the months from May through to September are simply sublime.

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