The Seychelles - The jewel of the Indian Ocean.

The Seychelles – Paradise in the Indian Ocean

With its spectacular white sandy beaches, sunny skies, crystal blue waters and lush greenery, the Seychelles is the very ideal of the paradise island getaway. Its expansive nature reserves, fantastic diving spots and lively bars and cafes ensure there’s something for everyone to enjoy – whether you’re looking for an active break, a return to nature or just to kick back and relax on the sands. There’s plenty to see and do while staying in the Seychelles, and with islands such as Praslin and La Digue nearby the possibilities for exploring are endless.

Everybody has their own idea of the perfect destination, but every day we see people fall in love with the Seychelles: its culture, climate and unbeatable natural resources are just impossible to ignore. So take a look at just some of what the Seychelles has to offer you.

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    Explore underwater landscapes...

    The Seychelles has some of the greatest diving in the world, with a whole rainbow of vivid colours waiting to be discovered beneath the surface of the water. Coral islands, long-sunk shipwrecks and schools of brightly-hued fish are just a few of the things you’ll experience once you put on your diving suit – and we’ll be delighted to tell you all about the best spots.

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    Get up close with nature...

    More than half of the Seychelles archipelago is made up of designated national parks or reserves, so you’re never far away from stunning landscapes and exotic creatures. Enjoy spectacular views from the peak of Morne Seychellois on Mahé, or venture to the rainforests of Praslin and the beaches of La Digue. Conservation controls ensure that the unspoiled beauty of the Seychelles will remain that way for generations to come.

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    Fish to your heart’s content...

    Fishing is not just an industry in the Seychelles – it’s a way of life. Barely a month goes by without a big fishing competition or event somewhere in the island chain, but really every day’s the perfect day to hop on a boat and cast some lines. Giant guitarfish, striped bonito, dogtooth tuna and giant trevally are just some of the weird and wonderful fish you might reel in.