With stunning flora, dramatic peaks and crystal-clear waters, this archipelago of 100-plus islands is heaven to explore. Snorkelling, kayaking and island-hopping please the adventurous, while Creole food and dreamy beaches provide just the right amount of R&R.
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Essential information for Seychelles
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 Seychelles is many things: an archipelago of over 100 islands, an oasis of rare flora and fauna, and a haven of dreamy beaches and colourful Creole food. The idyllic surroundings on this Indian Ocean island nation make it feel like a world away from the everyday. To help you get the most out of your Seychelles holiday, here are some top tips on things to do, see and taste.
They’re some of the world’s best, so don’t miss the beaches when you come to the Seychelles islands. Pack your swimming gear, sun cream and your favourite book, and get ready to enjoy some serious R&R. There are so many beaches here, you might be wondering where to start. Don’t worry, take a look at these highlights:
As the home of so many five-star resorts and prestigious hotels, luxury is not difficult to find in the Seychelles. Go on, spoil yourself – you are on holiday, after all. Here are a couple of indulgent picks for the perfect all-inclusive holiday or Seychelles honeymoon:
If there’s one thing you have to pack for your Seychelles holiday, it’s an appetite. There’s something to tantalise every tastebud, whether you’re in the mood for comfort food or fine dining. These are a few of the best spots:
When you’ve had your fill of picturesque beaches and delicious food (or even if you haven’t), head off the beaten track and discover the less explored side of the Seychelles. Here are some experiences you won’t want to miss:
The Seychelles has a rich and varied history, remnants of which are dotted over its many islands. Find out more with these cultural and historical highlights:
The Seychelles is an incredible destination to visit all year round. But if you’re looking for something a little different on your getaway this year, plan it to coincide with any one of these exciting events:
When it’s time to start packing your suitcase, as well putting in your beachwear favourites, please bear in mind that a dress code may apply at your resort. Beachwear is fine for a wander by the sea, but not usually permitted in restaurants. Smart casual in the evening is the way forward (men may be requested to wear long trousers and collared shirts), so it’s time to dig out those outfits you’ve been waiting to show off.
Mouth-watering cuisine, idyllic beaches and fascinating culture are waiting for you on a holiday in the Seychelles. To start planning your getaway or to learn more about our exclusive Seychelles holiday deals, check out our range of hotels and packages now.