Best Time to Visit
Between May - October
Between 04 Nights - 06 Nights
- Visit the Saturday market in Mahé
- Have dinner at Creole Marie Antoinette Restaurant in Mahé
- Visit the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve on Praslin
- Transfer to your hotel by helicopter – it’s a great ride
- Spot the rare Black parrot on Praslin
Irrespective of the nationality of the visitor and his or her family members, there are NO VISA requirements to enter Seychelles. However, the following documents must be shown in order to obtain immigration clearance at the Seychelles International Airport:
1. A passport valid on the date of entry to and exit from Seychelles
2. Return or onward ticket
3. Proof of accommodation; including contact details
4. Sufficient funds for the duration of the stay
The Visitor’s Permit is initially valid for the period of visit of up to one month. It can be extended for a period of up to three months from the date of issue and capable of further extensions for successive periods not exceeding three months at a time to a maximum period of twelve months, provided that the person still meets the criteria of a bona fide visitor.
The Seychelles: a stunning and exclusive archipelago of 115 idyllic islands floating in the azzure Indian Ocean. Picture white-sand beaches lined with coconut palms, striking granite boulders, lush jungles home to giant tortoises and warm waters teeming with colourful coral, rays and turtles. Each paradise island has its own character, unique setting and habitats, providing the ultimate understated luxury getaway and opportunity for relaxed exploration.
The beaches are undeniably amongst the best in the world with the incredible white sand framed by lush rainforest clad hills. Anse Lazio, Anse Georgette and Anse Source D’Argent are among the most cited but with more than 70 impressive white sand beaches on Mahé alone, there is plenty of choice to find your deserted haven.
With a charming island vibe throughout but with each island retaining its own distinct character, the Seychelles is perfect for an island hopping itinerary. Combining a stay on one of the larger islands with a more remote island, gives a true Seychellois experience.
- The world class beaches of Beau Vallon (Mahé Island), Anse Lazio (Praslin Island), and Anse Source D’Argent (La Digue Island)
- Unbeatable, year-round scuba diving (with the best being in May and October)
- World-renowned bird watching at Cousin and Bird islands
- Victoria, the capital, for local craft shops and colonial buildings
- Fantastic marlin fishing October-December
- The suggestively shaped coco-de-mer coconut in Vallée de Mai
- Spa pampering at the Sainte Anne Resort & Spa (Sainte Anne)
- Consistently great weather
Choose your interest