More than just a venue for a romantic beach holiday, the Seychelles offer superb sailing, diving where relatively few have ventured, and unique wildlife opportunities

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Seychelles Holidays

The Seychelles Archipelago consists of a string of 115 shimmering isles in the middle of the Indian Ocean - a perfect holiday retreat for weary travellers!

A brilliant Kilimanjaro climb

The company was fab and the guides we had were just brilliant.

Hen and Jack

Seychelles By Region

La Digue Island

La Digue Island, discovered as recently as 1744, is one of the smallest yet most beautiful inhabited islands in the Seychelles archipelago. Among its attractions are the world-famous beach at Anse Sou....

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Mahe Island

The largest, yet one of the most overlooked islands in the Seychelles, Mahe boasts some absolutely stunning beaches and dive sites. The capital city, Victoria, sits on Mahe's northern coast, while the....

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Praslin Island

The island of Praslin is famous for its tranquil atmosphere, fabulous unspoilt beaches and the Vallée de Mai, as well as its rich history as a hideaway for pirates and Arab merchants in the years befo....

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Private Islands

Mahé, Praslin and La Digue are the three biggest islands of the Seychelles, but there are many other smaller islands, each one a genuine pearl.....

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Seychelles By Activity

Additional Information

Visa Requirements

For British Passport holders, no visa is needed to go to Seychelles. All you need is a valid passport, a return ticket and a hotel reservation. Upon arrival you will need to present all three documents to the immigration officer to be issued with a visa.

Luxury safari in South Africa

Thank you, Clare, for your patience as we worked our way through the planning of it all.