Home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the Seychelles’ offers miles of remote, untouched shores, tropical flowers and exotic wildlife allowing you to live out your desert island fantasies.
From hiking to diving, explore both land and sea as well as award winning spa treatments and Creole cuisine at exquisite resorts. Ideal for romantic retreats, hideaway honeymoons and idyllic escapes, the Seychelles is made up of 115 jewel-like islands and we’d recommend hopping between them to experience even more of the archipelago’s beauty. Each island offers a unique experience; from Mahé’s picturesque beaches to Praslin’s rustic village life.
Why not add even more luxury to your holiday by spending a few nights in Abu Dhabi on your way to the Seychelles? Contrast your island experience with a Middle Eastern adventure for optimum paradise.
There are a number of carriers offering flights to the Seychelles from the UK.
Direct Carriers: There are no direct flights to the Seychelles from the UK.
Indirect Carriers: Air Seychelles offers a twice weekly service via Europe, Emirates via Dubai, Etihad via Abu Dhabi and Air France via Paris.
Departure Taxes: The departure tax is included in the price of your airline ticket.
A 10 to 15 percent service charge is already included by most service providers, however, if you feel the service was exceptional it is okay to add a little bit extra.
No special vaccines are required or recommended for travel to the Seychelles. All travelers should be up to date on routine immunizations. It is important to contact your GP to check for the latest recommendations.
British Citizens are not required to have a visa to enter Seychelles. Please contact the Seychelles Embassy for up to date country and visa information on 0207 409 0032.
Most places in the Seychelles quote prices in Euros, although some prices are given in US Dollars. Cash machines are located at the airport and all major banks, and you will receive Seychelles Rupees, which are widely accepted (even from non-Seychellois). We recommend you bring Euros with you and use a credit card as a backup. Credit cards, including Visa and MasterCard, are accepted at most hotels, restaurants, and tourist attractions.