Timeless and unassuming, the islands of the Seychelles archipelago lie just south of the equator. Lucky to have pleasant tropical climate all year round, temperatures rarely drop below 24 degrees Celsius, making the Seychelles the perfect honeymoon destination all year round. Your Seychelles honeymoon will be packed full of things to see and do with its diverse and beautiful landscape.
The perfect location for your beach honeymoon, the Seychelles is famous for some of the best beaches in the world, many are framed and outlined by historic granite boulders while others offer sky blue waters and non-stop opportunity for swimming, snorkelling, and simple relaxation during your Seychelles honeymoon.
Spend a day island-hopping between the 16 islands of the Seychelles that are fully developed with accommodation. We love the Raffles Praslin Seychelles hotel. For couples feeling adventurous, why not explore the island on horseback?
There is plenty to see during your Seychelles honeymoon with natural monuments, traditional Creole houses, and marine parks making up the most popular tourism attractions in the Seychelles. If exploring is not your style, why not simply relax in your own private pool villa or soak up the sun on one of the beautiful beaches the Seychelles has to offer.
The Seychelles is an increasingly popular destination for weddings abroad as your Seychelles wedding will be set on one of the breath taking beaches with views out over the clear Indian Ocean. The Banyan Tree Seychelles wedding packages are perfect for your dream wedding in the Seychelles with your own wedding coordinator in resort to ensure a stress-free day.
The Seychelles offer a variety of options to suit all budgets from bed and breakfast to half board options. Packed full of delicious food, drinks and unbeatable service as people simply fall in love with this magical place in the Indian Ocean.
What is the currency in the Seychelles?
The currency in the Seychelles is Seychellois Rupee.
How long does it take to fly to the Seychelles?
Approximately 11 hours to Mahé.
What is the time difference in the Seychelles?
GMT +4 hours
The Seychelles are blessed with warm, tropical weather all year round. The winds tend to play a large part in the weather as the north-westerly winds blow from October to March and the cooler South-easterly winds blow from May to September – a perfect time for sailing. April, May, October and November in the Seychelles offer warmer waters of 29 degrees Celsius, ideal for snorkelling. View more details on the best time to visit Seychelles
What language is spoken in the Seychelles?
The official languages of the Seychelles are Seychellois Creole, English and French.
Do i need a visa to travel to the Seychelles?
No, you do not require a visa for travel to the Seychelles. However, you must have a valid passport, return ticket, proof of accommodation an sufficient funds for the duration of the stay. For up-to-date FCO travel advice, please visit the official website here.
Visit the Seychelles Tourist Board for more information.