Lying in the warm tropical waters of the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles invites guests to explore its 115 islands. Considered one of the most romantic destinations in the world, the Seychelles isn’t just for honeymoon lovers. It’s a sanctuary for conservation and a playground for adventurers and adrenaline chasers. With almost half of its land declared as UNESCO World Heritage sites, remember to visit the Vallee de Mai or the magnificent coral islands which enclose a shallow lagoon at Aldabra Atoll.
5 Reasons We Love Seychelles
Island hopping is unique to Seychelles
Wonderful live aboard options
World class salt water fly fishing
Excellent honeymoon destination
Hop, Skip and Jump to Different Islands
It’s effortless to island-hop around the Seychelles and with a plethora of heavenly islands to choose from (115 to be exact), the only tricky thing will be to decide where to go first. Take to the waters in a catamaran and head to the islands of Praslin, Cousin and Silhouette.
Cycle La Digue
The best way to get from one beach to the next on the island of La Digue is by bicycle. Cycle a mere 100metres before discovering yet another untouched beach.
If lounging in the sun isn’t your thing or you’re looking for something a bit more extreme, dust your fingers with chalk and make your way up the natural granite climbing wall at Constance Ephelia. There is a section designed for first-timers as well as crags to challenge even the most accomplished climbers.
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