Beyond the beach
Go beyond the sand and into the blue during your holiday to Seychelles! The waters surrounding Silhouette island are part of a Marine National Park, meaning life beneath the surface is vibrant and thriving! It’s healthy coral reef attracts bundles of marine life including Angelfish, Lionfish, Barracudas and Grey snappers.
For those who like to stay close to the shore, you’ll spot many snorkelling not far from the beach and for those who are feeling more adventurous, there are dive sites waiting to be explored! Every fancied swimming among sharks? A Seychelles holiday could have you sharing waters with White-tips – don’t worry they’re harmless! The island’s warm waters also attract eagle rays and hawksbill turtles which are both beauty’s to behold.
Enjoy a taste of Seychelles Gastronomy
The Seychelles islands may well be known for their stunning beach setting, but their food also makes the travel worthwhile! From freshly caught fish to the juiciest local grown fruit, flavoursome spicy curries and sweet fried bananas. No matter your taste bud preference, there’s something here for every palate.
Get out and about and delve into an abundance of the local cuisine. No matter your board-basis. If you’re on a Seychelles All Inclusive holiday or self-catering, make an effort to eat out and sample what’s on offer. Seafood may be the go-to in Seychelles but for those who prefer meat, do not forget to taste the local delicacy of Rougail Saucisse (sausage and lentils with a spicy condiment made of tomatoes, garlic, ginger and chilli), you’ll find this listed throughout many restaurants across the islands!
Travel when it’s hot
Holidays in Seychelles are perfect for those seeking constant warm weather and the opportunity for a year-round tan. If your idea of a holiday includes constant blue skies and blazing sunshine, Seychelles could be perfect. Boasting a tropical climate, the temperature never drops much below 30°C!
The best time of year to visit is normally considered to be the dry season between June to September. Although if you’re after that much desired tropical heat, you’ll want to travel in either April or May. You may still be subject to a shower or two, however rainfall reduces in April compared to the winter months and you may also benefit from a cheaper holiday cost, with the summertime high season yet to begin.