Enjoy the ultimate in sun, sea and soul enhancing relaxation. Your very own island in the Indian Ocean is lapped by turquoise waters teeming with fascinating creatures, scuba diving at another level and an interior landscape crafted to astonish with its beauty. Your holiday will be a story of hiking forests and mountains, strolling through ambient plantations and indulging in fresh, fascinating culinary experiences. Our all-inclusive resort spoils every castaway with its infinity pools, personal butlers and private dining. No other Seychelles resort offers kids clubs and a family programme that covers an extensive range of activities. See their joy at learning to cook or gardening lessons with a Robinson Crusoe theme.
What awaits you in the Seychelles
Astonish every sense with this jewel in the Indian Ocean
Our new luxury all inclusive Seychelles resort is perfect for all year round. From beach holidays in Seychelles to discovering local attractions.
With 115 islands of granite or coral origin, the Seychelles archipelago offers a variety of enchanting experiences. A popular destination for honeymoons, it is also sought-after for family holidays. Sublime beaches, translucent waters, coconut palms, tropical trees, coves of fine sand and rocks ... it’s all waiting for you at this paradise located in the western centre of the Indian Ocean.
Located just four kilometres off the east coast of Mahé, Sainte Anne Island is the largest of Sainte Anne Marine National Park’s eight islands. Full of picture-perfect beaches, it has perfect holiday weather with temperatures rarely dropping below 24°C or rising above 32°C - making Club Med Seychelles a year round destination for sun worshippers and beach lovers.
Our new 5 Trident Exclusive Collection Resort is seamlessly integrated into its natural environment between tropical gardens and three white sandy beaches. Club Med Seychelles will offer couples and families an exceptional natural setting and a diverse palette of land and water sports, including diving, snorkelling, sailing, tennis, flying trapeze and archery.
• Direct Flying Time: +/- 5 hours
• Airport: Seychelles International Airport
• Time Difference: +2 Hours
• Currency: Seychelles Rupee (SCR)
• Best months to visit: Apr to May & Oct to Nov
• Well Known for: sublime beaches and great weather all year
• Languages: English, French and Creole
Monthly weather averages in Seychelles
Perfect weather all year round, Seychelles boasts glorious sunshine and average highs of 29ºC all year round.
The best time to visit Seychelles is between April and May or October to November when the weather is dry with high averages in temperature.
Take the direction of paradise on land, and sea, with an all-inclusive stay in the Seychelles
Unspoiled nature, folklore, traditions and water sports: your stay in the Seychelles unfolds to the rhythm of the sun and the ocean, listening to the singing of tropical birds...
Seychelles Travel Guide
The hundred islands of the Seychelles are like so many pearls in the heart of the Indian Ocean. Wild but welcoming, nature is flourishing here. Your all-inclusive stay in the Seychelles allows you to encounter, in the heart of the Vallée de Mai, a primitive forest similar to those that covered the planet millions of years ago. After climbing the Morne Seychellois, the highest point of the archipelago at an altitude of more than 900m, dive into the ocean to discover, in the waters of the Sainte-Anne marine park, multicolored corals, giant turtles and peaceful sharks.
During an all-inclusive stay in the Seychelles, discover the Creole culture, intimately linked to nature.
On the island of Mahé, Victoria , the country's capital, the fish market, where the whole ocean seems to have come together, is a must-see destination, ideal for stocking up for lunch. savor the taste of fruit and the scent of spices, take the direction of the Jardin du Roi. This old property, dating from the colonial era, is surrounded by a veritable garden of wonders, made of sugar cane, vanilla plants, guavas, mangoes...
Colors that also amaze on the facade of the Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar temple , a must-see during your stay in the Seychelles. The only Hindu temple in the archipelago, it proves that if the inhabitants of the Seychelles are proud of their culture, they are nonetheless open to others.
- Impossible to spend an all-inclusive stay in the Seychelles without embarking on a sailing cruise or, for the more athletic, rowing. Each has its own identity and calls for travel.
Praslin is famous for its giant coconut trees and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Settle down to enjoy the fine sand and turquoise waters.
- La Digue, barely a few kilometers wide, has retained an authentic and unusual character; bullock carts regularly overtaking giant tortoises…
Head for the open sea to admire, a hundred kilometers from Mahé, the tiny Bird Island , where thousands of sea swallows come all year round.