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Situated only 4˚ off the equator and quite literally 1000 miles from anywhere.  115 outstandingly beautiful granite and coral islands lie in the Indian Ocean.  The main islands boast miles of white coral beaches, their fringes lapped by the gentle waves of warm turquoise waters.  Tall Takmanka trees line most beaches and the year round temperatures rarely fall below 24˚C.  Conditions for scuba divers and snorkellers are perfect as 1000 different species of coral and some 900 species of colourful fish make the Seychelles their home.  Above the water line, there is water skiing and windsurfing or your can simply 'mess about' in boats.  Serious fishermen are attracted to the big thrills supplied by trying to out-smart marlin, yellowfin and dog tooth tuna.  On land, the flora and fauna provide an endless exotic spectacle and backdrop.

Take time to visit bustling Market Street in the capital, Victoria on this the largest island
also visit the Morne Seychelles National Park and a short boat trip away is Ste Anne Marine National Park. 

SeychellesPreslin & La Digue
Preslin, the second largest island, see black parrots and the twin-nut sea coconut palms (coco de mer).  La Digue offers vanilla plantations, the rare paradise flycatchers and oxcart transportation and on Bird Island there are thousands of Sooty and Fairy terns.

Every month, throughout the year, there are special events and attractions being held in the Seychelles.  These range from exciting and exhilarating international sailing regattas and the ultimate thrill of big game fishing, to cultural happenings and local shows among Seychelles' various ethnic groups.

Seychelles BeachThe Seychelles offer the visitor an unhurried, unspoilt and unique island holiday experience with excellent hotels, charming, friendly people, local and international cuisine.

With 115 islands scattered across the Indian Ocean, Seychelles offer diverse and impressive year round diving experiences in waters mainly outside the cyclone belt and Divingdive centres around the country cater for novices and experienced divers alike.  The Inner Islands, remains of a submerged mountain range, form a shallow plateau  prolific with marine life.  The Outer Islands to the south of the archipelago are all coralline or sand cays and mainly uninhabited presenting the experienced diver with excellent opportunities to explore. Most dive centres offer modern dive equipment rental and services facilities, however, repair facilities for divers own gear may be limited.

Prices on request

When to go

The Seychelles temperature does not vary much over the year with average highs ranging from 28°C - 31°C and lows from 23°C - 24°C. Rain can happen at anytime of year but the highest rainfall is expected between November and February.

Additional Information

Time Difference Local Currency Local Language Average Flying Time
GMT/UTC + 4 Seychelles Rupee English / French /
Seychelles Creole
5 hours 30 mins