From the contrasting island of Mahé, filled with bustling markets and quiet beaches and stunning National Parks to almost-deserted islands, renowned for wildlife conservation and romantic escapes, the Seychelles offers both action-packed and laid-back adventures.
One of the world's smallest capital cities, the charming Victoria, is not to be missed. Discover bustling markets, beautiful botanical gardens and the famous Victoria Clock Tower. Learn about the history of the Seychelles and the actions used to conserve the island's natural heritage at the Natural History Museum and explore the only Hindu temple in the Seychelles - Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
In the heart of Praslin, Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a stunning natural palm forest which has remained largely unchanged since prehistoric times and is home to the world's largest population of the rare Coco de Mer palm. Clearly marked, short hiking trails (1km - 2km) lead through the lush forest and are easy enough for the whole family to enjoy this unique landscape.
Meet the Locals
Bird Island symbolises the perfect balance between nature and running an ecologically sound hotel. Conservation is at the forefront with a focus on the protection of the critically endangered Hawksbill and Green turtles. Assist the island's Conservation Offer with the turtle hatch-lings and meet Esmeralda, the world's largest giant tortoise.