Seychelles Tailor-made Holidays

The spectacular islands of the Seychelles are a haven for honeymooners, families and those desiring a more relaxed yet stimulating wildlife holiday


Long renowned as the perfect honeymoon destination, the beautiful Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles are also a great deal more. With two World Heritage Sites, four far-flung archipelagos, numerous nature reserves and extensive coral reefs, the diverse islands hold much of interest to lovers of nature, both above and below the sea’s surface.

Warm Indian Ocean waters teeming with fish, nudibranchs, sea turtles, whale sharks and manta rays; rare land and sea birds, endemic flora, rare skinks, geckos, giant tortoises and the world’s largest nut, the coco de mer: all find refuge in these special islands. Fascinating wildlife walks, great scuba and snorkelling, safe swimming, fine sailing and simple beachcombing – just some of the ingredients available with which to create a deliciously natural holiday in the Seychelles.

Being outside the cyclonic belt and with benign wildlife, no malaria and safe bathing beaches, the islands of the Seychelles are a haven for families and those desiring a relaxing yet stimulating wildlife and natural history holiday.

Seychelles Wildlife Holiday Ideas

# Wildlife Cruise

M/V Maya’s Dugong: Fourteen Night Cruise To Aldabra

A rare opportunity to sail the farthest flung islands of the Seychelles and spen...
# Wildlife Cruise

M/Y Pegasus: Seven Night Cruise Of The Seychelles

Discover the Inner Islands of the Seychelles aboard a comfortable small ship, us...
# Wildlife Cruise

Seychelles – Praslin Dream

A seven night voyage to discover the prettiest of the Inner Islands of the Seych...
# Family Holiday

Young Family Fun in the Seychelles

Family-oriented accommodation, sublime beaches and lovely weather should ensure ...
# Tailor-Made Tour

Natural Seychelles in High Luxury

Our most opulent Seychelles offering, this itinerary also affords access to some...
# Tailor-Made Tour

Avian Adventures in the Seychelles

Enjoy the unique ornithology of the Seychelles without sacrificing your creature...
# Tailor-Made Tour

Deluxe Seychelles in Natural Style

Undoubtedly true Seychelles luxury, perfect for honeymooners and those who relis...
# Tailor-Made Tour

The Natural Romance of the Seychelles

This romantic Seychelles holiday combines a national marine park, ancient coco d...
# Tailor-Made Tour

Island Hopping in Sunny Seychelles

The beaches are beautiful, the scenery stunning, the wildlife wonderful and the ...

Featured Accommodation

Le Nautique

A modern waterfront hotel, upon the lovely island of La Digue...

Carana Beach

A modern, luxurious hotel on on Mahe island, offering relaxation and stunning oc...

M/V Maya’s Dugong

Boasts the space and comfort of a modern yacht, combined with the durability and...

M/Y Pegasus

The M/Y Pegasus accommodates up to 44 guests in a relaxed, congenial atmosphere....

Marquises 56

a 56 foot luxury air-conditioned catamaran for flexible island-hopping...

Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa

Very spacious villas and suites, most with sea views, and two excellent fine din...

Destination Map

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Seychelles: -5.397273, 52.229004

Best Time To Visit Seychelles

Year-round temperatures stay around 29C (84F). There are two distinct seasons. The Southeast Monsoon runs from May -October, drier and cooler with less humidity – western coasts can have rough seas, especially June-August when Praslin’s Grand Anse suffers from seaweed. The Northwest Monsoon lasts from December-March: more rain (especially December and January), quite warm with generally lighter winds and calmer seas. A good time to visit is between monsoons – November and April, when winds change direction – but many other months can be just as pleasant. July and August are the driest, coolest yet windiest months. Dive sites are mostly year round, with some regional differences. Seabirds nest from May-September, and migrate from October.

Travel Info

Flight Time
About 13 Hours from London or UK regional airports to Mahe, Seychelles, via Dubai

Time Zone
GMT +4

Best visited
April to September

Language Spoken
Creole, English & French


Area Specialist

Alan Godwin

The Seychelles are known for their granitic islands: mid-ocean remnants of subcontinental India’s long, slow journey from Gondwanaland to its collision with Asia. These islands (eg Mahe, Praslin, La Digue, Silhouette, Round Island) are therefore much older than most others of more recent volcanic origin: their granite has had time to erode into beautiful, organically shaped boulders which frame numerous perfect beaches like Anse Lazio on Praslin and La Digue’s Anse Source d’Argent, the location for many a fashion and lifestyle shoot.

If you have any questions regarding travel to Seychelles please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

Having now returned from our Seychelles holiday, I thought that I would write to tell you how much we enjoyed it – it really was first class – thank you for the arrangements…all in all, it was a great holiday, with just the right balance of activity and relaxation.

Mr R P - Surrey