Seychelles Honeymoon Guide & Ideas

The Seychelles consists of 115 different islands, many of which are completely uninhabited, and is a prime location for a luxury honeymoon holiday. It is the best spot for relaxing on stunning untouched beaches and is home to the largest coral atoll in the world, Aldabra Atoll. It is also possible to enjoy all water sports as well as land sports such as tennis, horseback riding, golf and hiking.

Mahé is the largest and most visited island as well as being the main entry point, with Beau Vallon being the most popular beach for couples. Praslin is also popular thanks to the UNESCO World Heritage site Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, while Sillouette Island is best for complete honeymoon packages.

Must Do’s While In Seychelles On Honeymoon

Take a romantic private yacht and explore the untouched Outer Seychelles, take a glass-bottom boat ride to Baie Ternay or go snorkelling off of one of the smaller beaches to spot an abundance of tropical fish. To learn more about the culture of the Seychelles spend a day wandering around the colonial capital city of Victoria.

Hospitality – Accommodation, Food, Entertainment

The Seychelles is known as a luxury destination with service to match. Sit back and enjoy a Seybrew Beer while dipping into a bowl of curry or watch the stars while sipping on Takamaka rum and listening to a fusion of African and Brazilian beats. Resorts here are predominantly very high-end, although cheaper accommodation with packages can also be found.

Best time(s) to visit Seychelles

The temperature throughout Seychelles does not vary much and rarely drops below 24°C; this means it is hot year round. December and January are the wettest months, while March and April are the hottest. The best time to enjoy a holiday here is between May and November.

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