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There are few places on this planet as gorgeous as the Seychelles, an archipelago of beach-fringed islands scattered in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa. The idyllic and oft-deserted beaches are the islands’ biggest draws, but visitors to the Seychelles will find plenty more to do than simply lounging on the sand. Dive down to shipwrecks, watch giant tortoises and treat yourself to massages at a soothing spa.
The Seychelles comprises some 115 different islands, so there are loads of options when deciding where to stay. Most travellers find a base on one of the three major inner islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue, which host the vast majority of the Seychelles accommodations.
Most of your time in the Seychelles will probably be spent on one or more of the island’s pristine stretches of sand. Lay your towel down on stunning Anse Source d'Argent on La Digue or Anse Lazio in Praslin. For an even quieter beach escape, head for the small but wonderfully secluded Anse Marron on the south of La Digue – it can only be accessed on foot, so you may well have it to yourself.
Find out why the Seychelles is touted as ‘the Galàpagos of the Indian Ocean' with a spot of wildlife-watching. Bring your binoculars for birding excursions on Cousin Island or Bird Island, both of which serve as bird sanctuaries, and look for Seychelles blue pigeons and sooty terns. Land-dwelling animals, including free-roaming Aldabra giant tortoises, can also be seen on some of the islands.
Don’t miss your opportunity to explore the Seychelles’ underwater world. Go snorkelling or scuba-diving for encounters with luminous coral, shoals of brightly coloured fish and hawksbill sea turtles. You might even spot a mighty (but harmless!) whale shark.
After a day of beach time, animal encounters and underwater adventures, return to one of the Seychelle’s superb luxury resorts to dine on Creole cuisine and fresh fish from the Indian Ocean. The perfect end to a day in paradise.
A: Prepare to kick off your awesome holiday adventure when you hit the runway at Victoria (SEZ-Seychelles Intl.). Operating 320 international flights per month, this is one of the main airports in Seychelles.
A: Many visitors spend their getaways in guest houses. Some enjoy the amenities that come with apartments or villas, while others prefer the features of hotels. Whatever you're searching for, Seychelles has lots of options for all budgets.
A: Convenient flights, cosy hotels and an awesome set of wheels to zoom around in — and that's just the start. We also have a wonderful variety of experiences and adventures. Check out what's on offer and start arranging your perfect escape in Seychelles.
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Overall, our stay was very pleasant. The property is well-maintained, and even though we had a couple of service issues, they were kindly addressed. It was due to a language barrier- so anyone staying here may want to double-confirm bookings to be 100% safe. This is one of the nicest resorts on Mahe ...
A very large holiday complex in beautiful ly maintained grounds. There are many, many guests so it is quite impersonal but the staff always treat you very courteously. Buggies run continuously around the place.
Incredible setting in one of the nicest parts of the island (Praslin). Lovely beach and lots of places to sit on it or by the pools. Food is good and drinks too. It is a resort which is the only downside - feels very resorty and priced like that but not so bad for a few days. A week might feel too ...
The privacy that the individual Villas offer was ,for us ,the wow factor here . The views from our villa and its lovely infinity pool were sublime . The Raised decked area with table and comfy chairs and sunloungers was much appreciated while we had tea and coffee from the complimentary in room kettle ...
It is very close to the jetty ferry so you can get here easily even without having to ride a bike. The kitchenette is nice and clean and I especially loved the small washing machine! Perfect for rinsing clothes with fresh water after a long day at the beach.
Staff were lovely and helpful ...a lot of the guests were very miserable though The prices were very expensive.. we went just bed and breakfast And found the hotel prices were excessive for food and drink . There is a little super market over the road that sells basics , beer wine crackers tuna fruit ...