Welcome to the Seychelles! The paradise islands in the Indian Ocean!
Are you looking for untouched natural beauty, turquoise waters, white powder sanded beaches, lush tropical vegetation and a variety of breathtaking natural locations? You will find it on your holiday in Seychelles. Each of the 115 tropical islands is unique. The island capital Mahé boasts 65 beaches and lush inland forests. On the unspoiled island of La Digue, there are no cars, you travel by oxcart. You can enjoy solitude and privacy on the spectacular islands of Desroches and Silhouette. Then there’s Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve on the island of Praslin, home to the legendary Coco de Mer palm tree.
The best months for ideal temperature are April, May, October and November.
The island is the most crowded in December, January, July and August, the time between spring and fall, but it is best to avoid this time if you would like to enjoy some quiet moments.
Among things to do in Seychelles, snorkeling and diving form the top choice of activities of its visitors. Some of the greatest underwater experiences can be enjoyed off the La Digue, Mahe and Praslin.
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Curieuse Island is now home to a breeding program for giant tortoises, which roam freely around the sandy coves.
Encompassing six islands a 15- to 20-minute boat ride off the coast of Mahé near Victoria, Ste Anne National Marine Park became the first national park in the Indian Ocean in 1973, home to Snorkeling, scuba diving, and glass-bottom boat excursions in the park’s coral reefs.
A magnet for both tourists and locals. Looking out to sea, mountainous Silhouette Island shimmers on the horizon providing a picturesque view. If you’re looking for buzzing beach action, this is a good choice
One of the main tourist attractions is the Seychelles National Botanical Gardens, and the most prominent historical structure is the clock tower
One of Mahé’s best beaches, this small and secluded crescent of sand on the island’s south coast is a favorite surfing spot thanks to its frequent big swells and wild waves.