The Seychelles archipelago is 115 islands scattered across the western Indian Ocean, 115 islands of pristine beauty unaltered since the dawn of time. Islands where magnificent granite boulders amongst the oldest on Earth, flank powder-soft beaches often rated among the most beautiful on the planet. It is a token of the richness of its amazing ecosystems that Seychelles has not one, but two UNESCO World Heritage sites: the legendary Vallée de Mai and Aldabra, the world’s largest raised coral atoll.
With its exceptional climate, temperatures average 29°C all year round, Seychelles is ideal for island-hopping. Discovering them is like discovering the members of a majestic, ancient family, each with its own personality and history. Together they form another world, one of calm, harmony and sublime beauty that offers a wide range of accommodation from luxurious five-star hotels to enchanting beachside bungalows.
A place like no other and another world entirely