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The Seychelles Islands lie about one thousand miles off the coast of Africa and a little bit south of the Equator. The land is made of granite on the inner islands, and the outer islands are made of coral that sticks above the water line, which is called atolls. The inner granite islands of the Seychelles are the tips of a giant plateau under the water, which broke off from the African continent when the plates shifted millions and millions of years ago.
The best time to visit the islands of the Seychelles is anytime. January sees the most rain, and July and August see the least amount of rainfall. The temperature and humidity are relatively stable year-round, hovering between 75 F and 90 F, and humidity around 80%. During the months between December and March, including December and March, you are more likely to encounter grayer, windier days due to cyclone activity elsewhere in the Indian Ocean. Nevertheless, this is one of the two peak seasons for traveling to the Seychelles, along with June and July.
Scychelles offers accommodation to meet the needs of each and every visitor. Each hotel category offers an assortment of hotels, from deluxe five star island resorts to the smaller boutique style guesthouses or the family friendly beach resorts
Honey Moon (Tour Code SEZ 01)
For an exclusive level of privacy and luxury, Seychelles currently offers 14 private island escapes, each offering the unparalleled exclusivity of only one establishment.
Experience our floating accommodation, our Yachting and sailing accommodation provide both per cabin and charter your own yacht options, life afloat allows you to explore Scychelles at your own pace and discover coves and beaches inaccessible by land. The Yachts are available fully crewed with skipper and chef.
Try the Island Hoping Holidays, featuring the three main island of Mah’e, Praslin and LA Digue, let you explore Mahe’s bustling market and soaring mountains, the legendary Valle de Mai on Praslin and the laid back tranquility of La Digue.
Beach holidays (Tour Code SEZ 02)
Self – catering
Seychelles offers a wide range of self catering properties.
Island Hoping Holidays
A three island holiday, featuring the three main island of Mah’e, Praslin and LA Digue, let you explore Mahe’s bustling market and soaring mountains, the legendary Valle de Mai on Praslin and the laid back tranquility of La Digue.
Floating accommodation
Our Yachting and sailing accommodation provide both per cabin and charter your own yacht options, life afloat allows you to explore Scychelles at your own pace and discover coves and beaches inaccessible by land. The Yachts are available fully crewed with skipper and chef.
Excursions
Reef safari Full day (Tour Code SEZ/EX 01)
Sainte Anne Marine Park, only a short boat ride from the capital Victoria, where you will be immersed in the park’s teeming underwater ecosystem in the semi-sumbersible. We provide lightweight snorkeling vests and snorkeling equipment to allow you to get up close to the fascinating underwater world
Praslin – La Digue island tour (Tour Code SEZ/ex02)
A full day guided tour of two of Scychelle’s most enchanting islands, to experience their unique character and their breathtaking natural beauty.
Praslin is the home to Seychelles Black Parrot, Blue Pigeon and Bulbul, three of world’s rarest birds. Explore the beautiful Valle de Mai, a magnificent forest of palms and other rare flora and fauna, where the unique double nutted co code –mer plam grows in abundance.
La Digue Island remains virtually unspoiled, with the transportation mainly by ox-cart or bicycle. La Digue’s Anse Source d’Argent is one of the world’s most famous beaches, renowned for its spectacular granite formations standing since the dawn of time.
Vallee de Mai – Anse Lazio (Tour Code SEZ/Ex03)
Take a full day tour to the second largest island, home to the renowned Vallle de Mai, where the magnificent Coco – de Mer, the world’s heaviest nut, grows on ancient palms.
Anse Lazio, island’ most beautiful beaches - the perfect spot for a refreshing dip or just a lazy, tropical afternoon.
Cousin, Curieuse, St-Pierre (Tour Code SEZ/Ex04)
Begin a full day tour fist to the island of Cousin, a special nature reserve, home to some of Scychelles rarest brids.

Then island hop to curieuse island National Park where a unique island ecosystem awaits as you follow the twisting path through mangrove swams to the site of a tortoise breeding colony.
At St. Pierre You will have a chance to relax or to snorkel in to a kaleidoscope of underwater activity.
 
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