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If you’re looking for that unspoilt tropical paradise thousands of miles from anywhere, the Seychelles fits the bill. Aside from palm-fringed beaches and superb snorkelling and diving, there’s also plenty of forested wilderness filled with an abundance of wildlife. North Island is our favourite…

Why not have your honeymoon or anniversary in the Seychelles after a safari in Africa? It is the ideal destination for an exclusive, romantic honeymoon or anniversary…

We offer you an experience, not just a holiday… we look forward to planning your visit to the Seychelles with you. Please use our Safari Planner to assist us in planning your ideal beach holiday.

Seychelles – as pure as it gets
Located between 6 and 10 degrees south of the equator amid 1,300,00 square kilometres of sparkling ocean, these 115 secluded tropical island s have a total population of merely 81,000. The islands of the Seychelles have to be counted among the best kept secrets on earth and, without doubt, rank among the safest and purest destinations anywhere. The 43 Inner Islands that cluster around the principal islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue are the world’s only oceanic islands of granitic composition.

Seychelles’ magnificent tropical islands possess unrivalled beauty ranging from the verdant mist forests of virgin granite peaks to the powder-soft sands of secluded beaches and together represent the ultimate tropical island destination for the discerning traveller, living up to the country’s slogan – “Seychelles … as pure as it gets”.

Tourism is the mainstay of the nation’s economy and is considered one of the chief components in the sustainable development of the country, benefiting from policies, planning and marketing structures that take into account both the conservation of natural and cultural resources as well as the carrying capacity of the tropical islands.

Seychelles is a prime diving location located at the northern bank of the submerged Mascarene Plateau, a submerged volcanic ridge stretching from Seychelles to Mauritius.