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The Seychelles islands are so much more than sun, sea and sand and our new interactive map is your best guide to what fun awaits you on your holiday.If you’re planning a trip to the exotic islands, no need to stress about getting a physical copy of the Seychelles map, as it’s now available at your fingertips and is fully responsive for your mobile phone.
Start browsing to get details and exact location of accommodations, restaurants, car hires, attractions, beaches and other fun activities including breathtaking walks and trails.
|Seychelles Tour Packages||No. of Days||Price*|
|Simply Seychelles (3N) with Flexi Flights||3Nights /4 Days||Rs. 79,130.00|
|Simply Seychelles (4N) with Flexi Flights||4Nights /5 Days||Rs. 85,796.00|
|Simply Seychelles with Flexi Flights (2N Praslin and 2N Mahe)||4Nights /5 Days||Rs. 95,996.00|
|Simply Seychelles with Flexi Flights (2N Praslin and 3N Mahe)||5Nights / 6Days||Rs. 1,15,587.00|
Seychelles’ unspoiled beaches, strewn islets backed by rolling hills and swaying palm trees put you into a tropical state of mind. However, world class beaches, towering takamaka trees and lip-smacking food by the bay are just a few of the many memories that Seychelles has to offer. Meander through Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market in Victoria City, the streets of which are dotted with fresh fruit and vegetable stalls, local herbs and spices along with a collection of sarongs and shirts. Where frenzied fishmongers compete for attention amongst each other to sell the highest number of seafood plates. Or awaken the adventure seeker in you as you hike though emerald tinged forests at Vallée de Mai. The choice is yours.
Seychelles’ climate ranges from temperate with winds whipping up the waves to dry with calm, languid waters that are perfect for world class diving. The best time to visit Seychelles is between the months of December and March, when the country comes alive with grand gala dinners and celebrations that pull all-nighters. Tourism at this time of the year is at an all time high. This is a good time to witness Mahe’s vibrant art scene in March. With the temperatures never reaching an unendurable limit, your days in Seychelles are all about unhurried sauntering and endless wanderings. The Petite Anse beach calls out to you for musings by the sea or adrenalin pumping water sports such as snorkeling and swimming in the silver-tinted waters. The nature enthusiast in you will certainly be spoilt for choice at this time of the year.
If you wish to take the road less travelled, go for the low season discounted Seychelles packages between June and September. When the weather is pleasant and suitable for birdwatching, hiking world class trails or simply lazing around at the beach without being interrupted.
Seychelles spurs up images of swaying palm trees, milky waves that kiss your toes and electric live music at fine dining restaurants. Walk along turquoise fringed seashores at the Anse Maquereau beach or simply sip on your favourite cold beverage. Perhaps travel 300 years back in time as you marvel at old cannons and model ships at the National Museum of History in Victoria City. And as you walk upstairs, you get a glimpse into Creole’s culture with music displays, clothing and fishing architecture. This hamlet rewards all kinds of adventures. Seychelles tourism pivots around cities and islands such as Mahe Island, Victoria City, Praslin Island and Curieuse.
Seychelles is indeed everything that you could ever ask for with idyllic islets, beaches that spell tranquility and bustling markets that brim with life. Get ready to spread those wings and go island hopping. Or simply meander along Victoria City’s manicured gardens. To let you contemplate a little further, here are a few places to visit as a part of your Seychelles tourism package that spell magic.
Victoria’s streets are dotted with timeworn colonial buildings, vibrant markets that offer forget-me-not souvenirs and a terrific museum that teaches you a history lesson. Granite mountains watch over you as you go on your epic adventure in Victoria. Whilst the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Church promises to answer all your prayers. A beautifully restored wooden structure houses the works of some of Seychelles’ most-loved painters.
This is where the adventure seeker finds endless hiking opportunities at Morne Seychellois National Park. Where one can snorkel with wondrous whale sharks in sight. At Mahe, paradise is just one bus or ride away. Where one reaches breathtaking natural attractions in the blink of an eye. The nature enthusiast in you will be thrilled with scenic trekking and snorkeling points. If you are a water baby, we suggest you go to the Beau Vallon Beach- dotted by swaying palms and towering takamaka trees.
This attraction has the reputation of being a temptress. With its exquisite lodging, tangled lush velvet jungles, curving hills that meet clear blue skies and an unhurried ambiance. This is where you can sit back and watch petite birds flutter around in the wilderness. Make your way to Vallée de Mai, a top choice national park in Praslin identified as a birding hotspot and every hiker’s favourite haunt. Or head to the Anse Volbert beach that is dotted with quirky eateries and fine dining restaurants. This gentle beach indeed offers food with a view. This is also a good place to sunbathe by the sea, with a book in your hand or go swimming in the gin-clear waters.
Curious in Curieuse island? A boat ride from Praslin island will transport you to this intriguing islet.
Say hello to Curieuse’s giant Aldabra tortoises and maybe take a selfie with them! The Baie Laraie invites you for evenings of belly aching laughter and scrumptious picnics with your family. Take a dip in the glazed waters off Baie Laraie or indulge in some sunning by the waters. The choice is yours.
This island is a major biodiversity hotspot along with being the country’s third largest granitic island.
A quaint research station in the village of La Passe is a safe haven for many a tortoise, sea turtles and bats. Hike to the steep edged cliffs and rugged rocks of Anse Mondon. Or say hello to the Silhouette’s extravagant underwater world.
A nature reserve that spells magic with its fairy terns, white-tailed tropic birds and clear waters. This is every nature lover’s favourite haunt. Trudge along dense forests that haven’t seen the light of day or watch determined birds nesting on every branch. Note that you can only visit this pristine islet from Monday to Friday, and that too as part of a tour to Curieuse and St Pierre Islet.
Food in Seychelles is blessed with a rich culinary heritage. Its cuisine is flavourful, wholesome, fresh and simple with an abundance of fish and rice on your plate. Here are a few splurge worthy dishes to dig into when you are in Seychelles.
Grilled fish – All the meat lovers out there are in for a treat. Juicy fish fresh from the sea is bound to melt in your mouth as you take a bite. Be it the red snapper, jobfish or jackfish- you won’t be disappointed! This is usually served with some sautéed vegetables by the sea with refreshing cold drinks.
Breadfruit Chips– If you are a vegetarian, fret not. Try these crispy bites that are easy to grab on the go from any shop to fight those hunger pangs while you are on tour. This savoury snack is made out of a local fruit called breadfruit and is identified as the staple munching snack of the island people! You can also have these with a steaming cup of tea.
Satini – If you are a fitness freak, this dish is for you. Made with grated papaya and Green Apple and garnished with raw onion and spices, this salad will certainly leave your stomach full. Chicken, fish and meat too can be added to this dish as per your preference.
Ladob – It is now time for dessert! This heartwarming dish is prepared with sweet potatoes or bananas dipped in coconut milk flavored with fresh vanilla and cinnamon.
Seychelles spells timeless beauty and is brimming with culture and interesting activities. Our Seychelles packages make sure they capture each and every experience. Here are some things to do while you are in Seychelles. Make sure you add them to your shortlisted Seychelles tour packages.
Spot a white-tailed tropic bird or a fairy tern as you trudge along dense forests when in Cousin Island. Or head to Praslin island where you can sit back and watch petite birds flutter around in the wilderness. Either way, Seychelles is the place to be if you are a nature enthusiast.
Travel back in time
Head to the National Museum of History in Victoria City where a beautifully restored wooden building will give you a blast from the past. And as you walk upstairs, you get a glimpse into Creole culture with music displays, clothing and fishing architecture.
Discover Seychelles’ vibrant shopping scene
Make your way to the Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market in Victoria City, the streets of which are dotted with fresh fruit and vegetable stalls, local herbs and spices along with a collection of sarongs and shirts. Where frenzied fishmongers compete for attention amongst each other to sell the highest number of seafood plates.
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