Seychelles Indian Ocean Paradise

Seychelles is a republic of the Seychelles consisting of granite islands separated from the mainland of Gondwana that float in the western Indian Ocean about 1,300 km northwest of Africa and about 1,100 km southwest of the island of Madagascar, and 115 islands with elevation Coral. He becomes a member of the British Commonwealth.

The center of tourism is Mahé Island, the largest island in the capital of Victoria, Praslin Island with the Vale de Me Natural Park, a World Heritage Site, and La Digue Island, famous for its beautiful beaches. The three islands are the center. Aldabra Atoll is the second largest atoll in the world registered as a World Heritage Site, and Seychelles is an area of ​​European longing where you can enjoy both the complex and the World Heritage Site. It is also famous as a honeymoon destination for Princess Catherine and Prince William and George Clooney and Amal Clooney.


Official name Republic of Seychelles

Creole, English, French

Capital Victoria

Catholic, Anglican, Christian

Currency Seychelles Rupee


Seychelles has a tropical climate because it is located a little south of the equator. The maximum annual temperature is 28 to 31 degrees Celsius, and the minimum temperature is 24 to 25 degrees Celsius. Also, since it is far from the cyclone (typhoon) generation area, it rarely passes by.


From the end of April to October, when the southeast commercial wind blows during the dry season, the sea is very calm and easy to wear off. For diving and snorkeling, the dry season is from May to September.

If you are looking for whale sharks during diving and snorkeling, we recommend from September to November.

From November to April, the northwest wind affects the rainy season with high temperatures and humidity.

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Seychelles highlights

St Anne Marine National Park

Known for its beautiful coral reefs, St Anne’s National Marine Park offers snorkeling, as well as boats and kayaks to see the underwater world. Other attractive islands are the idyllic island of La Digue, which still has a population of ox carts of around 2000, and the beautiful mangrove forests and the island of Curie, known as the spawning ground for sea turtles.

Beau Baron Beach

The beach full of luxury hotels is Beauvallon Beach, which is said to be the most beautiful in Seychelles’ ‘last paradise’. You can enjoy snorkeling and marine sports.

Mahé Island

Although it is a small island of about 150 square kilometers, 90% of the population is the largest island in Seychelles. In the capital city of Victoria, there are no taller buildings than the coconut trees, and the weather is very relaxing.

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