Rising out of the Indian Ocean the Seychelles is a stunning archipelago of islands situated between 4 & 10 degrees south of the equator in the Indian Ocean.
One of mother natures finest, the Seychelles is made up of 115 islands (dated ,roughly, 750 million years), 41 of which are the dramatically beautiful granitic Inner Islands and the remaining 74 (Outer Islands) are laced across picture postcard coraline atolls, complete with low-lying beaches and coral reefs.
Must Have Experiences
Seychelles is one of the world’s most famous archipelagos, and one of our favourite locations. Take a stroll down the white beaches of Anse Lazio or explore the ancient forest of Vallèe de Mai.
No matter what you do, you’ll be making every day one to remember.
The Seychelles tropical climate is always warm and & the year round temperature rarely drops below 24 C or rises above 32 C.
The seasonal trade winds bring warm and wet weather from October to April and cooler and drier weather that whips up waves from May to September. The months of March, April, October and November are usually calm and windless as the trade winds turn around making Easter a popular time of the year to visit Seychelles
Seychelles is made up of 115 granite & coral islands situated between 4 & 10
degrees south of the equator and the country lies between 480km & 1600km
from the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean.
The 42 inner Islands constitute the oldest mid-oceanic granite islands on earth
while the remaining 74 are made up of the low lying coral atolls and islands that
are the Outer Islands.
124 resorts & guesthouses
Tourism and Fishing
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Seychelles can boast 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Vallee de Mai on
Praslin where the famous Coco-de-Mer nut grows and Aldabra, which is the
world’s largest raised coral atoll.
The Inner Islands of Mahe, Praslin & La Digue are the cultural & economic hub of the country and this is where most of the resorts are situated. These dazzling islands are famed not only for their beaches but its unique geography is home to mountainous interiors, rainforests with flora that is indigenous to the Seychelles and unique bird life.
Travelling in Seychelles
The Seychelles is made up of different islands therefore there are a number of ways to get around.