Since their discovery, the Seychelles have embodied the vision of paradise that we all once imagined. With its turquoise lagoons, tropical forest, sandy beaches bordered by coconut palms and colorful seabeds, a Seychelles vacation will simply make you dream!
Composed of 115 islands long preserved and unknown to the outside world, it is still today a sanctuary of beauty sheltering a fauna and flora unique in the world. Let our travel experts advise you to prepare your trip to the Seychelles to suit your needs. Less
Close your eyes and imagine a perfect beach... it might be Beau Vallon, with its white sand, turquoise water and rows of palm trees! Located 10 minutes from the capital of the Seychelles, Victoria, this beautiful and wide beach is surrounded by bars, cafes and other restaurants that fill up very quickly at sunset time. The sea and the sky combine then in orange colors, an idyllic show!
Chic and modern, this artificial island is located at equal distance between the capital Victoria and the international airport. Built in the 2000s, it hosts luxurious hotels, trendy addresses and endless possibilities of activities such as snorkelling or hiking. Although created by human hands, nature has taken its rights on this paradise island: it is a protected habitat for many plants, reptiles and birds.
Located in the southwest of the island of Mahé, the shores of this bay are lined with many pristine beaches with lush vegetation. In the calm and shallow waters, the conditions are ideal for discovering the underwater world of the Indian Ocean. The water is so clear and transparent that a single swim will be enough to fill your eyes! The most curious will opt for diving or snorkeling.
For a spectacular immersion among the fauna and flora of the archipelago during your vacations in the Seychelles, visit this reserve just opened to the public in 2013. Ideal in the morning, the visit is made with a specialized guide who will make you discover the famous coconut buttocks and rare birds such as the black parrot. Of breathtaking wild beauty, the reserve offers on its highest points, beautiful panoramas of the Indian Ocean and the surrounding islands.
It is impossible to get tired of the wonderful characteristics of the archipelago: turquoise water, imposing coconut palms, immaculate sand... Here, beauty is at its peak and the perfect picture of the postcard is not far away. Particularly popular with surfers and other kitesurfing enthusiasts, Anse Soleil is also a perfect spot for lovers of local flavors. For example, you will be able to taste tasty local fish at the beach restaurant.
Located on the main island of Mahé, it is the largest national park in Seychelles. Dominated by the highest mountain of the archipelago of the same name, the park is crossed by many bumpy trails and surrounded by lush jungle. Among the endemic fauna and tropical flora, you will be able to make long hikes and even take the ascending path along the mountain: from all up there the view is absolutely sensational! A wilderness trip to be done preferably with a guide and especially a must during your trip to the Seychelles! Less
This carnival puts the Creole culture in the spotlight, the Creole festival is a particularly festive and colorful event that usually takes place in October in the capital Victoria in the Seychelles.
Little affected by man, the landscapes of the Seychelles invite you to an intimate discovery of its parks and nature reserves, secret beaches and isolated islets. A charm and natural luxury that make it one of the most popular destinations for a honeymoon. Snorkeling, island hoping... our specialists will help you discover the best activities during your stay in the Seychelles.
In addition to swimming, Seychelles' many dream beaches also lend themselves to intensive scuba diving and snorkeling. Explore the reefs around the islands and let yourself be enchanted by a unique underwater world. If you're lucky, you may see stingrays, starfish, octopus, whale sharks and even sea turtles. From March to May and from September to November, you will have excellent visibility.
The islands of the Seychelles invite you to take long walks, along the beaches but also through the lush tropical forest. Discover protected areas such as the Fond Ferdinand Reserve or the Vallée de Mai National Park and get a close look at the flora and fauna. On the main island of Mahé, let yourself be charmed by colorful houses, secluded bays and charming little stores. As for the idyllic paths of the island of La Digue, they invite you to make relaxing bike excursions.
Located in the middle of the Sainte-Anne National Marine Park and perfectly protected, this islet presents an exceptional underwater heritage. No need for sophisticated equipment to admire the island's underwater wonders. With only a mask and a snorkel you can observe superb turtles as the water is so crystal clear!
St. Denis Island's small size and low concentration of population (100 people at most), will give you the feeling of being alone in the world and especially in paradise. Denis Island is home to many aquatic species: sea turtles, rays, small (harmless) sharks, butterfly fish or surgeon fish... This makes it one of the most beautiful places in the Seychelles! Less
The Seychelles belong to the African continent, and are located 1000 miles east in the Indian Ocean.
As the Seychelles are close to the equator, temperatures vary only slightly between 70ºF and 90ºF. While those of water are between 80ºF. The climate in the Seychelles is therefore tropical but above all pleasant all year round. The icing on the cake is that the archipelago is located outside the cyclone zone.