New Years in Seychelles

New Years Eve in Seychelles

Do you dream of going on an All-Inclusive stay to Seychelles, in the heart of the Indian Ocean, to bask on its sublime white sand beaches and celebrate New Year? Go ahead and you can enjoy all kinds of activities on land or in the water. Your New Year's Eve in the Seychelles between turquoise seashores and cities lit up with lights for Christmas will undoubtedly be unforgettable. The Seychelles archipelago is the dream destination par excellence to celebrate the New Year.

HEAD TO THE SEYCHELLES FOR NEW YEARS

Take off from South Africa to enjoy the end of year celebrations by the turquoise waters of Seychelles. On the climate side, the sun will be there to give you the opportunity to bask on these beautiful beaches. Surrounded by magnificent colourful reefs, Seychelles will allow you to alternate between lazing around and enjoying aquatic activities. The crystal-clear waters are particularly pleasant for snorkelling, but also for kayaking or paddle boarding and in some places scuba diving - so many activities to allow you to discover the underwater flora and fauna of the outskirts of Seychelles for your New Year.

Did you know ?

During your new year celebration in Seychelles you will have the delight of seeing the giant tortoises who are known to live more than 100 years – with the oldest specimens recorded to have reached the grand old age of 200! At risk of being hunted, one of the Seychelles islands, Curieuse Island, today provides protected habitat for these giant turtles.

Come and discover Club Med's resort in Seychelles

SPEND NEW YEARS IN MAHÉ IN THE SEYCHELLES

The island of Mahé, nicknamed "the island of plenty", is the ideal starting point for a trip to the Seychelles from Paris. Mahé is home to the capital, Victoria which makes this city a pleasant place to visit with its colourful buildings and Creole houses. From the Clock Tower and Independence Avenue, to the large market of Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke and gorgeous botanical garden, Mahé is a city steeped in history where you can plan a visit to museums and craft galleries. Within the Seychelles archipelago, Mahé has long been nicknamed "the island of plenty". For the active hikers, we advise you to go to the Morne National Park for an unforgettable experience. On the side of Baie Lazare, art lovers will have the opportunity to meet renowned artists. Indeed, some artists like Donald Adelaide, Antonio Filippin or even Michael Adams and Gérard Devoud settled in Seychelles, on the island of Mahé, to practice their art.

THE FESTIVE ATMOSPHERE OF SEYCHELLES FOR THE NEW YEAR

Travelling to Seychelles during the end-of-year school holidays will allow you to enjoy a festive atmosphere in the tropics. Houses and streets are decorated with Christmas lights and you can stroll through the city streets to the rhythm of the Creole music played by locals in a tradition that will make your trip to Seychelles for the New Year magical. Your taste buds will be tantalised by traditional street-food stalls and the many barbecues organised for end-of-year meals. Your New Year in Seychelles will culminate with a countdown at midnight and magnificent fireworks which light up the sky of the Seychelles islands.

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