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Seychelles

With a generous dose of idyllic beaches, granite boulder shorelines, dense island rainforests and vibrant coral reefs, the Seychelles are hard to beat as an island getaway destination.

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Seychelles

With a generous dose of idyllic beaches, granite boulder shorelines, dense island rainforests and vibrant coral reefs, the Seychelles are hard to beat as an island getaway destination. Evolving in isolation, the Seychelles archipelago remained uninhabited until the 18th century and now boasts a melting pot of cultures and a rich history of pirates, explorers and colonial rule. The multi-island paradise calls out to the leisure traveller. A world-class diving destination, the Seychelles boasts an abundance of marine life and vibrant coral reefs. Discover the hiking trails on the mountainous island of Mahé, the old palm jungles of Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve on Praslin Island, witness the Giant Aldabra tortoise on the island of Curiuse or simply spend your time soaking up the best of island living in luxurious beach villas.


Seychelles LuxVenture® Trips

LuxVenture® Trip

Seychelles + Luxury Kenya Safari

Experience the island of Seychelles and a luxury Kenya safari on this 10 Day safari and beach vacation.

Duration 10 Days
Price from $14,268 - $20,982
When All year round
LuxVenture® Trip

South Africa & Seychelles Trip by Private Jet

Experience the new age of luxury travel on a private jet trip to South Africa and the Seychelles on this exciting 10-day city, bush and beach adventure.

Duration 10 Days
Price from Price on request
When All year round

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Scattered 932 miles off the east coast of Africa you will find the picture-perfect archipelago of the Seychelles. Evolving in isolation for the past 200 million years, the Seychelles archipelago are the oldest oceanic islands on earth. The 115 granite and coral islands cover an area of 175 square miles, stretching 150,000 square miles across the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The islands are home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the ancient forests of Vallé de Mai and the raised coral atoll of Aldabra.

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