Hotels In Seychelles
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An archipelago of 115 coral and granitic islands offering picture perfect beaches of dazzling white sand, striking granite boulders, lush forested slopes and crystal clear waters. Experience sumptuous Seychellois cuisine and revel in exclusive, understated luxury with the simple satisfaction of having found paradise.
Mahe The largest island of the Seychelles is home to the world’s smallest capital, Victoria as well as the international airport. Victoria’s bustling market is set against a backdrop of granite peaks and is the perfect place to pick up a souvenir and experience local life.
Praslin The second largest island in the archipelago was first settled as a hideaway by pirates and is famed for its exquisite beaches which are regularly voted the best in the world. Praslin is also home to Vallèe de Mai, the UNESCO World Heritage Site which is the only place in the world where the world’s heaviest nut Coco de Mer, grows abundantly in the wild.
La Digue This picturesque coral island is dotted with huge granite boulders which flank fabulous stretches of pristine sand. Discover this charming island by bicycle to uncover local restaurants and stunning hidden coves. Enjoy the relaxed island style living that makes La Digue a hidden gem for travellers.
Denis Ideal for a more intimate Robinson Crusoe island experience where you can relax on your own secluded beach, enjoy fantastic snorkelling, diving, kayaking or even try your hand at deep sea fishing. With a fully working farm that produces some of freshest and tastiest food the Seychelles has to offer, this will be a highlight of any island hopping itinerary.
Silhouette Surrounded by luscious green mountains peaks, Silhouette is perfect for nature lovers with plenty of activities such as walking, biking and hiking trails to experience. This Marine National Park is also home to a plethora of flora and fauna as well as the curious wild giant tortoise. Choose to arrive on the island by helicopter for a truly unforgettable experience.
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