Seychelles tours & holiday packages
Luxurious paradise off the east coast of Africa
The ultra-luxurious Seychelles is one of the world’s most idyllic island destinations with its cluster of islands ringed with secluded beaches, jungles and kaleidoscopic sea life.
Weather is pleasant all year round thanks to the tropical climate in the Seychelles. Ideal sailing weather is usually from May to September when a generous south-easterly wind of about 10 to 20 knots blows.
Perfect for watersports and diving, April and October/November is relatively wind-free and warm. This time of year the water temperature is known to reach 29°C and has great visibility up to 30 metres plus, making it a dream to explore life below sea level while diving or snorkeling just off a Seychelles reef-skirted island.
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A large portion of the Seychelles is made up of corel and granite islands, a few of which are uninhabited. With 115 islands in the Seychelles archipelago, most beaches are refreshingly uncrowded, even the popular ones. It’s not uncommon to get the powder soft sand and palm tree clusters of a deserted beach all to yourself for the day.
Unwind in the most stylish tropical paradise on earth, where every stretch of beach is postcard-perfect.
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