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Seychelles, a dreamy archipelago of 115 islands scattered like emeralds across the Indian Ocean, offers an unparalleled escape. Renowned for its luxurious resorts and pristine beaches, Seychelles boasts a kaleidoscope of natural wonders that will leave you breathless.

Beyond the picture-perfect shores, granite mountains pierce the turquoise canvas, their slopes cloaked in lush rainforests. Explore Morne Seychellois National Park on Mahé, the largest island, where hiking trails weave past cascading waterfalls and endemic plants like the pitcher plant. Encounter the gentle giants of the animal kingdom – the iconic Aldabra giant tortoises, roaming freely on some islands.

Dive into an underwater wonderland teeming with life. Vibrant coral reefs fringing the islands are a haven for colorful fish, playful dolphins, and majestic manta rays. Explore shipwrecks, snorkel alongside gentle sea turtles, or embark on a thrilling deep-sea fishing adventure.

Island hopping unlocks the unique charm of each island. La Digue, with its bicycle-friendly pace, boasts Anse Source d’Argent, a beach famed for its dramatic granite boulders. Praslin shelters the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the prehistoric coco de mer, a fascinating double coconut, thrives.

Victoria, the vibrant capital on Mahé, offers a glimpse into Seychellois culture. Explore the bustling Victoria Market, a sensory overload of fresh produce, spices, and local crafts. Immerse yourself in the Creole heritage, a vibrant blend of African, European, and Asian influences.



Seychelles caters to every desire. Luxurious resorts pamper you with impeccable service and world-class amenities, while charming guesthouses on smaller islands offer a more intimate experience. Indulge in fresh seafood Creole specialties, or savor international cuisine amidst breathtaking scenery.

Whether you seek an adrenaline-filled adventure, a romantic getaway, or simply a chance to reconnect with nature, Seychelles promises an unforgettable experience. So, set sail for paradise and discover the magic of these idyllic islands.

How to get to Seyschelly

Almost all visitors arrive in the Seychelles by airplane, landing at Seychelles International Airport (SEZ), which is located on the outskirts of Victoria, the capital city on Mahé Island.

Here are some airlines that fly into Seychelles:

  • Qatar Airways
  • Emirates
  • Etihad Airways
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Kenya Airways

Once you arrive in Seychelles, you can travel between the islands by ferry or inter-island flights.

Here are some additional tips for getting to Seychelles:

  • Book your flights well in advance, especially if you are traveling during peak season (July-August and December-January).
  • Be sure to check the visa requirements for Seychelles before you travel. Citizens of most countries do not need a visa for stays of less than 30 days, but it is always best to check with the Seychelles embassy or consulate in your home country.
  • The currency in Seychelles is the Seychelles rupee (SCR). You can exchange your currency for rupees at the airport or at banks in Victoria.

What to look out for?
Visa: the process is simple but must be done before departure. Seyschelly keeps track of the number of tourists on the island.

Accommodation: choose carefully where you stay. The island is small, but not everywhere has restaurants or shops. The nicest beaches are part of the resorts, but you can get there too:) Be sure to use the booking search.

Food: It’s a mix of different cultures. Look for street food:)

Car: Drive on the left side like in England 🙂 It’s a lot of fun.

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