Each of the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles archipelago has its own distinct character. While some can be explored by bicycle, others lend themselves to a self-drive tour. One may be famous for its world-class dive sites, another for its wildlife or its seafood.
This local knowledge, gathered by our specialists, has helped us devise a range of tour ideas that take you beyond the beach and can act as a starting point as you begin to plan your tailor-made trip.
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Our recommended tours in the Seychelles
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in the Seychelles, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
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Snorkel the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and the colourful coral reefs around the Seychelles.
Stroll along the stunning beaches of La Digue.
Explore the fascinating Vallee du Mai.
Hire a bike and visit a secluded beach for a picnic.
Cycle to Anse Source D'Argent on La Digue - one of the Seychelles' most famous and beautiful beaches.
Take an ox cart ride around La Digue.
Swim and snorkel from the idyllic L'Archipel beach, a crescent of perfect white sand.
Lie back and relax on a stunning Seychelles beach with a good book!
Take a snorkelling trip to explore the coral reefs that teem with tropical fish
Discover the fantastic birdlife of Bird Island and see the giant tortoises
Hire a car and explore the tropical rainforest on the interior of Praslin Island
Discover Mahe's history on a private island tour.
Cruise the Seychelles inner islands.
Learn about the native Coco De Mer palm.
Enjoy the flavours of traditional Creole food.
Spot nesting seabirds and Hawksbill turtles on Cousin Island.
Snorkel the reefs off Dennis Island where you can see parrot fish, moorish idols, boxfish, rays, turtles and more.
Watch fairy terns and white tailed tropic birds fly overhead as you relax on one of Denis Island's deserted beaches.
Explore the rainforest on Praslin and eat lunch on the sand at the beautiful bay of Anse Lazio.
Spend a morning really spoiling yourself with a pampering spa treatment at the Lemuria Resort.
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Some of our favourite travel guides
- Luxury holidays in the Seychelles
- What to do in the Seychelles: our highlights guide
- Where to go in the Seychelles
- Honeymoons in the Seychelles
- Family holidays in the Seychelles
Luxury holidays in the Seychelles
A tropical idyll known for its luxurious hotels, the Seychelles can leave you wondering where to start. A true sybarite, Hidden Beaches specialist Vicky has hand-picked island retreats where your experiences can range from tailor-made spa treatments to private heli-pad dining.View this travel guide
What to do in the Seychelles: our highlights guide
Although renowned as a honeymoon destination, the Seychelles offers a wonderful beach break experience for both families or those seeking to unwind with that little bit of extra luxury in mind.View this travel guide
Where to go in the Seychelles
Beach specialist Savina explains why you shouldn’t limit yourself to just one base, in this island-by-island guide to the Seychelles. If you extend your reach, there’s trekking on Silhouette, turtle encounters on Denis Island and long walks along Cote D’Or Beach, just for starters.View this travel guide
Honeymoons in the Seychelles
White sandy beaches and crystal clear waters where you can snorkel with turtles and tropical fish make the Seychelles an ideal choice for a honeymoon. Seychelles specialist, Hannah, highlights some of her top places to stay, what to see and do, and the possibility of including a safari in Africa.View this travel guide
Family holidays in the Seychelles
Though a popular honeymoon destination, don’t overlook the Seychelles for a family holiday. Hidden Beaches specialist Jack explains why he wants to encourage families to explore these tropical islands.View this travel guide