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The Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, is a dreamlike paradise. With its powder-white beaches, crystal-clear waters, and diverse marine life, it’s a haven for beach lovers and water enthusiasts. The Seychelles offers a blend of luxury and natural beauty, creating a romantic and idyllic escape for travelers seeking pure relaxation and tranquility.


The Seychelles has a tropical climate with two main seasons. The best time to visit is during the dry season from May to September when the weather is warm, and the sea is calm, making it perfect for beach activities and water sports. For those interested in diving and snorkeling, the wet season from October to April offers better underwater visibility and the chance to see the giant whale sharks. The outer atolls are best avoided August to late November due to the cyclone winds.

Outer Atolls

  • A collection of remote and pristine coral islands scattered across the Indian Ocean, and they hold a unique and captivating allure that sets them apart from the more well-known inner islands
  • – Untouched: The atolls are far less visited and more remote than the inner islands, offering a sense of exclusivity and seclusion that appeals to travelers seeking a tranquil and private tropical getaway. The untouched beauty of these remote islands creates an atmosphere of untouched paradise.
  • – Unparalleled Marine Life: The outer atolls boast some of the most untouched and thriving marine ecosystems in the world. The crystal-clear waters, abundant coral reefs, and diverse marine life make them a haven for snorkelers and scuba divers. Sightings include colorful pelagic fish, rays, sharks, whale sharks, humpback whales and dugongs. Some of the world’s rarest birds also take up residence in these waters. Flightless White-Throated Rail, various Booby species, terns, frigates, gulls, etc. 
  • – Robinsoe Crusoe Adventure: Visiting the outer atolls is an adventure in itself, with opportunities for sailing, island-hopping, and exploring uninhabited islets. The sense of discovery and the thrill of exploring uncharted waters create a memorable and intrepid travel experience. The absence of crowds and modern amenities fosters a sense of exploration and connection with nature.

Inner Atolls

  • Are special in their own right and offer their own distinct charm and hospitality  
  • – Accessibility: Unlike the remote outer atolls, the inner atolls are more easily accessible from the main island of Mahé, making them a convenient choice for travelers seeking a shorter travel time and more direct flights.
  • Island-Hopping Opportunities: The close proximity of the inner atolls allows for easy island-hopping adventures. Travelers can visit multiple islands in a shorter time, each offering its unique landscapes, culture, and activities.
  • Water Activities: The inner atolls offer an array of water-based activities, such as snorkeling, diving, kayaking, stand up paddling, kite surfing, jet skis and sailing. Easy access to vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life is a highlight of the inner atoll experience.
  • Dinning: The Inner Atoll dining experience is underpinned by its hugely impressive and varied dining options. While Creole cuisine dominates the dining scene, you’ll also find a wide range of international dishes, from French and Italian to Asian and Indian, catering to diverse tastes.