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The Seychelles
The Seychelles
La Digue
La Digue
Praslin
Praslin
Mahe
Mahe
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About as close to paradise as you can get

Renowned for uncrowded white sand beaches, dramatic rock formations, lush tropical vegetation and warm topaz waters, The Seychelles are a truly magical destination. 115 islands comprise The Seychelles archipelago, most of which are completely uninhabited. The three neighbouring islands of Mahe, Praslin and La Digue form the cultural and economic hub of the nation and attract the majority of visitors keen to find their own patch of paradise. Which will you choose?

Why visit The Seychelles?

  • Soft white sandy beaches
  • Rich marine life
  • Stunning flora and fauna
  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Honeymooners haven
  • Island hopping heaven
  • Creole cuisine

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The facts:

Flight duration: Mahe is approximately 13 hours (via Europe or the Middle East) from the UK. From October 16, Qatar Airways will offer flights to Mahe via Doha.

Recommended airlines flying non-stop to Mahe: Air France (via Paris); Emirates (via Dubai) & Etihad (via Abu Dhabi).

Local time: GMT +3 hours.

Currency: Seychelles Rupee.

Language: Creole, but both English and French are widely spoken.

Passports & Visas: A full British passport, which is machine readable and valid for six months beyond your return date is required. A visa for 30 days is granted on entry.

Health: Vaccinations are required and strongly recommended. Your GP will be able to provide you with specific advice on the destinations in your itinerary.

Best time to travel: Generally the considered best times to visit are March/April or October/November as the weather is most settled. June to September, though usually dry, can be very windy, especially on the west coasts of Mahe and Praslin or if you’re at sea!