A nature lover’s dream and a place to revive your senses!
Home to endless breathtaking beauty, limitless great outdoor activities, wonderful beaches, topaz waters,
backed by lush green hills and big glacis boulders and not less than two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the outstanding Vallee de Mai, a 34-acre territory of unique
rare plants and animals in a forested valley within Praslin Island National Park and the marvelous Aldabra – second largest coral atoll on earth,
home to most significant natural habitats. Take advantage of experiencing the history and pristine natural beauty of the islands, things you will find nowhere else on earth.
The Seychelles Islands are home to some of the most breathtaking scenery and exclusive resorts in the world, many of them secluded five-star getaways.
Although there are 115 islands in the Seychelles, most tourists only visit three. Mahé, the Seychelles’ population hub, is famous for its luscious white sand beaches.
UNESCO World Heritage Site Praslin is celebrated as the only place in the world where the legendary Coco De Mer palm grows.
La Digue is as famous for the wild vanilla vines and delicate orchids that grow along its spectacular coastlines.
With over 115 beautiful, tropical islands in Seychelles, honeymooners can find an unspoiled, secluded cove with pristine,
white sand and clear turquoise water. Most of the hotels on the main islands as well as on the less traveled islands cater to supplying the perfect honeymoon.
There is good reason why Seychelles is selected more often than any other honeymoon destination in the world.