Seychelles

Seychelles

The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 small islands and lies 4 degrees South of the Equator. Life in the Seychelles is very relaxed. During the day you can take part in one of the many excursions and boat trips to nearby Islands. At night, entertainment centres around the hotels with most offering some form of entertainment. There are miles of white sand beaches and turquoise tropical seas. The waters are home to an abundance of marine life, the strict conservation policies mean plenty of fish, unafraid of swimmers!

Located so close to the Equator the Seychelles average temps rarely fall below 80 0F in July/August and reach 86 0F in March/April. During the months of May to September the beaches facing south-east may experience a build up of seaweed.

Mahe: The largest island in the archipelago, 27kms long and 12kms at its widest with 85% of the population. Mahe is spectacular with its huge mountains and lush tropical vegetation rising to 905 metres. Hiring a car is the best way to explore this island at your own pace.

Desroches: A tiny but perfect coral Island in a truly tranquil setting, with its talcum white sand beaches this is escapism at it’s best. Fantastic deep sea fishing and with its own reef for spectacular diving. Only 30 minutes flight from Mahe.

 Praslin: Referred to ‘As close to the Garden of Eden as you can get’. and sporting 8000 year old coral reefs, stunning beaches and crystal clear waters you will soon understand why. Home to the exclusive, rare 'coco de mer' palm and some of the World’s rarest birds, like the black parrot and fruit pigeon. Only 15 minutes by air from Mahe.

Bird Island: Perched on the edge of the Seychelles continental shelf It is only a 30 minute flight from Mahe. A real informal escape to the perfect ‘Robinson Crusoe’ tropical hideaway and is home to millions of birds and nesting turtles.

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