Over 100 islands floating off the coast of Kenya, the Seychelles are divine. Boasting unrivalled ecotourism, Seychelles holidays offer serene beaches, virgin rainforests, and exotic wildlife, as well as bars and restaurants.
Things to Do in Seychelles
- Feel complete tranquillity as you laze on the soft white sands basking in the sunshine and watching the palm trees slowly sway back and forth.
- Discover the islands’ pristine jungles. Hike to the Seychelles’ highest point in Morne Seychellois National Park, or bird watch in the Vallee de Mai on Praslin.
- Spend a day exploring the Seychelles’ capital Victoria. Roam the tea plantation and botanical gardens, and visit the local market to purchase some vanilla pods and spices.
- Dive into the crystal-clear ocean and discover the underwater world of tropical fish, colourful coral, manta rays and whale sharks.
Best Time to Visit
Seychelles weather tends to be hot and quite humid all year round. The average annual temperature is 29º and the average sea temperature is about the same. Tropical rains fall in January and February, although these usually don’t last too long.
The best time to visit Seychelles would be March to April or October to November as the weather is hot and dry, and it’s between peak seasons.
Visit in June and renew your wellbeing at the Seychelles Mind Body Spirit Festival. This festival features Thai Chi, Pilates, yoga, acupuncture, spa treatments, massage, meditation, music and arts. A mix guaranteed to have you renewed and improved.
Take a trip in October for the Seychelles Creole Festival the most important date on Seychelles cultural calendar. A six day festival of music, dance, fashion, arts, and cuisine celebrating the island’s unique culture, the Creole Festival is bursting with colour.
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