The Seychelles


The 115 islands of the Seychelles are a spectacular winter cruising destination with outstanding beaches, electric-blue waters and manicured resorts offering everything in tropical chic. The Seychelles have a wilder side, too. Many species here are unique to the archipelago, whilst others - giant tortoises, flying foxes, herons and scarlet land crabs are unfazed by the presence of humans.

Go for a sunset round of golf at the Four Seasons Resort - the Indian Ocean as your driving range – with special golf balls which release fish food as they biodegrade.

Tru Seychellois cuisine that reflects the islands’ Franco-Indo-African heritage with an infusion of Creole and oriental flavours. Le Chateau de Feuilles and Coco Rouge offer more complex fare, and Sundown Restaurant is a beautiful spot for barbecued seafood.

The National Geographic agrees that many of the finest beaches in the world are to be found here. Many are deserted, with shallow, protected waters perfect for children. Anse Source d’Argent is one of the most photographed beaches in the world with talcum powder sand and smooth granite boulders. Keep an eye out while visiting Curieuse – its only inhabitants are 200 giant tortoises!

Contact the team