An archipelago of timeless beauty, renowned for their beaches and great diversity. An unparalleled miracle, a true paradise for all lovers of romance. These intact, still untamed islands will offer the perfect escape from reality. Fascinating beaches with granite stones, white sand, and crystal-clear water are an ideal choice for a luxury vacation. What distinguishes Seychelles from other destinations is the wide variety of islands, each with its own geography, spirit, and history. Experiencing more than one island during your stay is essential, giving your holiday adventure a dimension you will never forget. The largest island is Mahé, with the capital of Victoria and the majority of inhabitants. This island features a dramatic, mountainous interior, thick rainforests, and a multitude of bays to be explored. The coastline boasts more than 75 white sandy beaches. Praslin, an island located only 20 minutes away by plane or an hour by boat from Mahé, has the gorgeous Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island also has the only 18-hole golf course in Seychelles. Absolutely breath-taking scenery can be found on La Digue island, where time stands still and life is made of bliss. This miniature island is best to be explored by bicycle, available at the hotel. The combination of turquoise water, white sand, and impressive granite formations make Anse Source d’Argent one of the most picturesque beaches in the world. You will love this oasis of peace in harmony with pristine nature.
Weather and location
Seychelles has a tropical climate ranging between 24 and 32 °C. Due to its location, showers may be experienced throughout the year. It is relatively dry from May to October with temperatures around 26 °C. However, the sea can be a bit turbulent. The rainy season in Seychelles lasts from the end of November to March, while being the warmest part of the year. The most rainfall is in December and January.