Blessed with some of the world’s finest beaches, unspoilt blue seas, powder white sands and magnificent lagoons teaming with glorious wildlife, it’s probably easier to ask if anyone has not dreamed of visiting this gorgeous cluster of 115 tropical islands, than if they have.
A day on the Seychelles is measured in beautiful moments: trekking through the Morne Seychellois National Park, or island hopping to explore coral reefs, even the most seasoned snorkeller will be stirred by the wonders on show here. There are staggering rock formations to be seen, rum to be tasted and if it all gets too much, simply retreat to the beach and sink your bare feet into the powder-white sands.
'Explore spectacular coral reefs, taste local rum and walk barefoot on the sand'
At some of the world's finest hotels. Choose resorts with luxury hillside villas, private infinity pools and your own butler; spectacular suites with their own private gardens and plunge pools; or, if privacy is utmost in your mind, at an intimate villa on one of the most secluded islands on the planet. The choice in the Seychelles is as sublime as the service. Ask your Red7 Travel Ace to tell you more about our handpicked hotels.
There’s so much more to do than simply relax on the beach or by your infinity pool. Ask us to book you a rum tasting at Mahé’s Takamaka Rum Distillery - we can even arrange a helicopter to take you there.
Play golf on the island of Praslin, it’s the Seychelles only 18-hole course: our Travel Aces will pre-book your tee-times.
Visit local markets, where locals sell beautiful handmade jewellery and artisan produce.
Relax and rejuvenate at award-winning spas - some hotels even boast kids' spas to introduce your children to the wonders of holistic healing.
Let us book you a day trip to Anse Source d’Argent - the white sands of its sheltered bay and huge granite rocks form one of the world’s most photographed beaches or simply see the wonder of these islands from the air - a luxury helicopter tour is a must in the Seychelles.
Seychellois dining is the result of the myriad of cultural influences, including Chinese, French, English, African and Indian. Fish and seafood - including lobster and octopus - is naturally abundant and the dried fish a speciality. Our selection of luxury resorts here also serve the very best gourmet offerings from incredible sushi to pan-Asian cooking and specialites inspired by the Indian Ocean.