Situated off the East Coast of Africa, the Seychelles is a paradise archipelago ideal for a tropical island getaway, home to a plethora of dramatic landscapes, thrilling hiking trails, World Heritage Sites, exotic Creole food, and some of the world’s finest beaches lined with swaying palms, verdant backdrops, soft white sands, and crystal-clear waters. Brightsun Travel offers excellent value luxury holidays to Seychelles from the UK, so why not treat yourself to an exotic break this year?
The Seychelles is a nature lover’s haven with an endless choice of gardens, parks, nature reserves, and mangrove forests to explore, most of which are inhabited by native wildlife, birds, and plants. The archipelago is home to the world’s largest concentration of Aldabra giant tortoises, as well as the famous Coco de Mer palm tree and hawksbill turtles. One of the most impressive nature parks in the Seychelles is the Baie Ternay Marine National Park, which protects abundant marine species including whale sharks and dolphins.
There is so much more to this archipelago; away from its beaches and nature you can immerse yourself in culture by visiting local villages and markets and sightseeing at museums and old heritage monuments. The opportunities are endless in Seychelles! Browse our best Seychelles holiday packages today and look forward to the ultimate Indian Ocean adventure.
Cote D'Or Esplanade, Anse Volbert, Seychelles
N Coast Rd, Glacis, Seychelles
PO Box 1071, Mahe, Cerf Island, Seychelles
Anse Bois de Rose, Praslin Island, Seychelles
La Passe, Silhouette, Seychelles
Currency: You’ll be spending Seychelles rupees (SCR), however some hotels and attractions also accept USD.
Language: English, French, and Seychellois Creole are the national languages of Seychelles.
Local Time in Seychelles: 4 hours ahead of GMT.?
Flight Time to Seychelles from UK: Approximately 10hrs for a direct flight, but it’s common to take a connecting flight to Seychelles via Dubai.
Tourist Information: Visit the official Seychelles Tourist Information site for lots of helpful information regarding upcoming events, where to go, what to do, and how to get around.
Health/Travel Restrictions: To travel to Seychelles, British citizens need a valid passport and would need to fill out an online Health Declaration form. For up-to-date travel advice and health recommendations visit the government’s travel advice for Seychelles.
A: In general, yes, Seychelles is a relatively safe and trouble-free travel destination. However, the island nation hasn’t been without petty theft and robberies, so we’d advise that you take precautions to protect yourself and your personal possessions, especially any valuables.
A: Seychelles is an island nation situated in the African continent.
A: Visitors to Seychelles are no longer required to be COVID-19 vaccinated or present a negative COVID-19 test, but they will need to complete the Seychelles official gov. digital Travel Authorization form, which requires passport information, contact information, and information about the trip, including any booking confirmations.
We’d also advise that passengers purchase travel insurance which would cover COVID-19 related costs.
A: The Seychelles is pleasant year round, but we would recommend visiting around the shoulder seasons, either in April-May or October-November as there is less rain during these periods, as well as better sea water conditions.
A holiday to the Seychelles offers an endless choice of activities. Laze around on paradise beaches, take a tour of the SeyTe Tea Factory at Morne Blanc, sample mouth-watering Creole food, go hiking at the famous Copolia Trail, and enjoy water-based adventures such as sailing, surfing, shark diving, and fishing. There is something for every type of traveller to get up to in the Seychelles!
In the Seychelles capital Victoria on Mahe Island you can embark on an epic sightseeing adventure and visit key attractions such as the Museum of Natural History, the Arulmigu Navasakti Vinayagar Temple, and the Clock Tower. Other awesome things to do in Victoria, Seychelles include browsing the bustling Sir Selwyn Clarke Market and admiring beautiful plant life at the National Botanical Gardens.
The Seychelles boasts a tropical climate with hot weather to enjoy all year round. The archipelago’s winter season falls between June – August which sees slightly cooler weather, though you’ll rarely see temperatures dropping below 24 degree Celsius. Summer falls between December-February, where temperatures often peak at over 30 degree Celsius, and with this also comes the wet season. However, due to the remote location of the Seychelles, weather can be unpredictable.
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