Nature lovers will be delighted when they come to Seychelles in October. It is a month of transition between the two seasons. You will have both a pleasant temperature around 29 ° C and not much rain. The flora is exceptional and superb, wherever you are. On the island of Mahé, among others, you can take fabulous hikes with a thousand colours. The deep green of the plants and the bright spots of exotic flowers blend in the heart of an exotic landscape. And what about the extraordinary panorama perched at an altitude of 900 m at the top of the granite mountain? Wildlife is revealed as never before in this terrestrial paradise. You can observe many multi-coloured fish, sea turtles, rays and even dolphins during your diving or snorkelling sessions. There are many animals to discover including the giant Aldabra tortoise, many amphibians such as the Seychelles frog and hundreds of bird species. If you want to watch birds, the best place to visit is Bird Island, of course, but also Praslin and Mahé. As you walk through Victoria, the capital of Seychelles, it is not uncommon to come across cattle herons on the market. To see the tchitrec, a local bird, you will have to take an excursion to La Digue.
Enjoy Seychelles in October
Visiting the Seychelles in October, as well as the rest of the year, means diving into the heart of its diversity, beauty and ability to make you forget time. Come and discover these islands where "holiday" rhymes with sweetness and transparent water. Here's a little taste of our best activity ideas for what to do in Seychelles in October.
Seychelles in October: Nature in all it's splendor
Visit Seychelles in October: Dream Beaches
In the Seychelles, October is a pleasant month. The water is around 28 ° C and the sun is still very present. You will be able to enjoy the gentle Creole lifestyle and bask in the sand for hours. From Praslin to Mahé via La Digue, there are plenty of heavenly postcard-like beaches. The most famous and renowned beach in Seychelles is that of Beau Vallon. This superb beach, 30 meters wide and located northwest of Mahé, allows you to practice a wide variety of water sports. The few rocks eroded by the ocean, present here and there, will make wonderful natural deckchairs and are splendid for photos. If you are a follower of hikes and quiet beaches, you will be captivated by Anse Marron. It is the most secluded beach in La Digue. This tiny beach has small natural pools of crystal-clear water and spectacular rock formations. It offers a breath-taking landscape. In the list of dream beaches, there is also the essential Anse Lazio, north of Praslin. It is so incredible that it regularly figures among the most beautiful beaches in the world. It is the perfect combination of sun, white sand and turquoise water. All surrounded by coconut palms and lush, green nature. If you were wondering what to do in Seychelles in October, the answer is simple: whatever you want! The weather is perfect for it. October in Seychelles is the time of year when there is a good balance between the warmth of the water and the temperature of the air. The sun is still very present, and the change of trade wind is favourable for the practice of surfing.
Come and discover Club Med's resort in Seychelles
The feeling of being alone in the world amidst a picture-postcard landscape! At the heart of the Seychelles archipelago and a protected national marine park, the private island of Sainte Anne is home to a single and unique hotel: the Club Med Seychelles eco-chic Resort. Adults and children will awaken their inner Robinson Crusoe on a holiday in total harmony with nature and where many of the activities are directly connected to the Indian Ocean and its sublimely beautiful scenery. Trekking, free diving, yoga for parents and children and clear bottom kayaks are just some of the pleasures that can be shared, all designed to promote well-being and induce happiness in every member of the family. The turquoise waters, white sandy beaches edged with rocks, hills covered in lush vegetation... paradise doesn't seem very far away here!