Seychelles Itinerary & Travel Guide

Seychelles travel guide

Have you ever imagined, what’s are the ingredients of the magic potion for a perfect beach vacation?

Throw in some breathtaking white powdery beaches into turquoise blue water teeming with marine life, punctuated with boulders, virgin forests brimming with diverse flora and fauna, fascinating tales of islands and warm and friendly locals. The outcome is a picture postcard tropical vacation. 

The Ultimate Travel Guide Seychelles

Picture Postcard Beaches

To say every corner is out of Pinterest or Instagram-worthy is not an overstatement for Seychelles. Known to be favorites among celebrities, honeymooners and for the luxury escapade, this tropical paradise is bound to charm the most skeptical of travelers.

Seychelles is one luxe destination that should be on your bucket list no matter what. Legend has it that the stolen treasure by French pirates is still hidden on these shores and people are still in search of the treasure. Treasure or no treasure, the islands of Seychelles are captivating.


Dreamy Shades of Blue at La Digue, Seychelles

We present to you our sample itinerary for 8-10 days that explores this beautiful paradise and to give you some great ideas of what Seychelles really has to offer you. Obviously, you could spend a lot longer exploring different islands of the archipelago nation based on your preferences.

Come join us as we virtually take you to the garden of Eden – Seychelles. 🙂

Pick and choose what tickles your fancy and tailor the itinerary that suits your budget and time.

– Mahé –

Let’s start with Mahé which is the biggest island of the 115-strong archipelago and Victoria (the smallest capital in the world) is your first stop when you land in Seychelles.


Whether you are looking to spend your days basking on a beach, hiking through the mountains, immersing yourself in the local culture or indulging on scrumptious Creole cuisine, it is all possible here in Mahé.


Beaches are lined with luxury resorts and home stays. It is very easy to drive straight to your hotel and spend an entire week on the island without even venturing out. But by doing so you could miss out to experience the charm of the island life.

We would suggest keeping a day or two to explore the island. But if time is not a constraint, there are a plethora of activities that Mahé has to offer that can keep you going for weeks. Old French Victorian mansions, vibrant local markets, art studios, mountain trails, colorful gardens and cuisine that blends Indian, French, and African influences.

Must Visit Places/ Things To Do in Mahé:

Hit the Beaches: 

Believe us, there are just too many of them. From the happening Beau Vallon to the secluded Anse Major, chances are high that you will stumble upon the prettiest of the beaches dotted all along the coastline every now and then. The striking feature of all the beaches is they are pristine and mostly deserted.

Our suggestion, rent a car and go beach hopping. Don’t forget to pack your snacks or lunch with you along with your snorkeling gear.


At Four Season Resort, Mahe


Snorkeling Time 😀


Waking up to view like this <3

Beaches worth visiting: Anse Intendance, Petite Anse (Baie Lazare), Anse Takamaka Beach, Anse Forbans, Beau Vallon and Anse Major

Check out the list of beaches in Mahe. HERE

Moraine National Park :

Overlooking the entire town of Victoria at a height of 905 m, Morne Blanc offers sweeping views of the southwest coast of Mahé. The hiking trail starts from the village of Danzil and can lead you to Baie TernayPort Launay Marine ParksBel Ombre and the isolated beach at Anse Major.

WaterSports & Adventure Activities:

Diving, snorkeling, paragliding are common water sports activities. Tours are organized on a daily basis and can be booked from the numerous kiosks at the beaches or also can be arranged by the resort.

Zip lining and mountain trail hiking are also quite popular.

Wander the Botanical Gardens:

The island is full of unique flora and fauna, so take some time and wander through the 15 acres botanical garden in Victoria which is home to some exotic plants, giant tortoises, and unique flowers.

Stroll around Victoria :


Victoria Market

Victoria Market – Head to the local market where everyday life unfolds with bewildering variety, locals sell fish, vegetables and the many craft shops offer souvenirs, hats, soaps, jewelry, and clothes.

Art Studio & Museums – Explore the art studios and learn about the history and culture of the island. Don’t miss to visit The Kenwyn House which is famous for the French architecture.

Hindu Temple – Visit the only Hindu temple in the entire island which was set up in 1992  and is dedicated to the Lord Vinayagar.


Only Hindu temple in the island

Clock Tower – Take a snap of the mini version of Big Ben of London which is situated in the busy streets of Victoria.


Clock Tower

Visit Port Glaud Waterfall :

Tucked in a sleepy village of Port Glaud, the waterfall is just 10 minutes walk from the road.

  Takamaka Distillery :


Take your time, sip and savour the experience of different types of rums produced at the distillery. The locally produced Takamaka is the most famous rum sold in Seychelles.

Island Hopping : 

There are many kiosks that offer island hopping trips from Mahe.

Day Trips from Mahé:

Praslin, La Digue, Silhouette Island, Bird Island, Moyenne Island, Cerf Island, St Anne National Marine Park


Beau Vallon Wednesday Market :


Beau Vallon is a popular beach in Mahe that hosts a lively Wednesday evening market. Stalls are lined up near the beach selling a wide array of stuff like sarongs, kaftan, fridge magnets, perfumes, soaps, and oil. Eateries are also lined selling seafood, chips, fresh juice, quail eggs and a lot more.

Where To Stay

 Luxury :

 Based on our experience below are the three resorts that get our vote.

For all inclusive resort: Kempinski Seychelles & Resort


( Read: Luxury in Paradise: Kempinski Resort & Spa )

For ultimate luxury: Four Season Resort & Spa


( Read: Four Season Resort & Spa )

Accessible to Markets/ Attractions: Savoy Resort & Spa


( Read: Hotel Review: Savoy Resort & Spa )

You can check out more resorts at Mahe island and deals below.

Getting Around

Mahe is a large island with virgin forests and countless beaches.

 The island is very well connected with bus service which is extremely affordable but the only problem is you need to keep of track of bus timings and plan things accordingly.

 Taxis can be fairly expensive when compared with the price of a rented car. Hiring your own car is one of the best ways to enjoy Mahe. Nothing can beat the mood to discover it at your own pace.

– Praslin –

Praslin is the second largest island of Seychelles and well connected with Mahe and La Digue by ferry service and flights. Praslin is a smaller version of Mahe with jaw-dropping beaches, hilly terrains where life is slower and a little more laid back. A short plane ride from the capital city of Mahe or a ferry ride will get you to this incredible island in no time.


At Anse Lazio, Praslin

Here you can wile away your days lazing on the calm beaches or you can just strap your goggles and snorkel discovering the amazing marine world. Eat some authentic Creole food or meet some great local people. Eat, swim, dive and relax – these are the four major ways to pass the time here.

Must Visit Places/ Things To Do in Praslin:

 Explore Vallee de Mai 

A UNESCO world heritage site spanning across 19.5 hectares and is home to diverse flora and fauna as well as the world’s largest seed – the Coco de Mer. You can also find rare species of birds, trees, and lizards in the national park strewn with boulders. Even the national bird of the Seychelles, the black parrot can be seen here. Make sure you don your trekking shoes while visiting the park as it involves a lot of walking and hiking the nature trail.

The entry fee for an adult is 300/- SCR.



On the north shore of Praslin Island, Anse Lazio (Chevalier Bay) is one of the island’s most stunning beaches and has been listed among top 10 picturesque beaches in the world many times. Anse Volbert is one of the island’s famous beaches where many resorts are lined up.

Anse Georgette is another stunning beach which is hidden behind mountain trails. You could either hike down to the beach through the trails of Mount Plaisir or take the easier route through Constance Lemuria resort as the beach is inside this beautiful property.


Anse Georgette

Other Beaches worth visiting: Grand Anse, Anse a la Mouche, Anse Forbans, Anse Citron, Anse Kerlan, Cote d’Or



Anse Forbans

Praslin Museum:

The museum is a great place to experience the culture and know more about this beautiful islands.

Island Hopping Trips :

Take the whole day to get a bit of adventure with an island hopping tour from Praslin. You can either book packages online or buy it directly from the jetty.

Day Trip from Praslin:

Sister Island, Felicite Island, Cousin Island, Aride Island, Curieuse Island, La Digue and Coco Island

Where To Stay

Luxury :

Raffles Praslin


Constance Lemuria


Check HERE for more budget option.

Getting Around

By Bus: If you need local transportation, the bus system is really cheap and easy to use.

By Car: If you need to do a lot of driving, rent a car—the best option.

By Taxi: If not by bus or car, you can hail a cab.

 Driving around the island is a breeze as there is long U- shaped road that runs from Constance Lemuria to Anse Lazio in the northwest. And there is one road that intersects via Vallee de Mai, joining Grande Anse and Baie St Anne. This route via Valle de Mai is a bit easy while the other one is steep, winding and narrow.

It is well connected by ferry from Mahe. Fast Ferry operates every day and you can easily book your tickets at the jetty or online. You can check the ferry timings here.

Price: 50 Euros one way.

There are daily flights from Mahe to Praslin.

Air Zil chopper is another option to reach Praslin in style.

– La Digue –


If you are looking for a laid back island escape — speckled with beautiful boulder-strewn beaches, azure water, breathtaking sunsets, palm trees and on top of it all accessible by bike or foot; La Digue Islands fits the bill perfectly.

With no cars allowed on the island, a handful of restaurants, hotels & homestays, this is the perfect island to escape to do literally NOTHING.

La Digue is a heaven for nature lovers and those seeking for a glimpse of traditional island life.

Must Visit Places / Things To Do In La Digue

Take it easy, relax on the picture postcard beaches of la Digue. Each one stunning from the other.


Rent a Bike: The best way to explore the island is by bike or on foot.


 Hike Nid d’ Aiglo – The highest point on La Digue, this hike is a great way to spend a day. But a word of caution the hike is pretty exhausting and steep that even you cannot bike. But the good part either you can hide your bike in the bush and enjoy the sweeping views or head to the restaurant to watch the sunset and enjoy an amazing cocktail or dinner.



Beaches :

The picturesque beaches of Seychelles are in La Digue island where as soon as you hit the beach the worries of the modern life will melt away instantly.




Anse Source D’Argent is the most talked about and visited beach of the island, part of the L’Union Estate which is open to the public. The entry fee per adult is 100/- SCR.






The beaches dotted just to the north are calmer as compared to the east coast. Beaches like Anse SevereAnse Patates dotted in the north are easy to reach and are a great spot for snorkeling and swimming.



Anse Cocos is only accessible by foot and to reach Petite Anse and Grand Anse there is a steep climb over a hill which goes through a mountain trail.seychelles-travel-guide-itinerary-1-071

Day Trip from La Digue:

Sister Island, Felicite Island, Cousin Island and Coco Island.

Where To Stay

 Luxury : La Domaine De L’Orangeri

Self Catering : Chateau St Cloud

Check HERE for deals and budget options.

Getting Around

By foot.


Bicycles and ox-carts are also common mode of transport in the island. But oxcarts are no more in use and are used only during weddings.

There are only 5 taxis in the island so if you are planning to hire one, be ready to pay more.

Some Resorts also operate buggy services for their guests.

How To Reach

La Digue does not have a airport, so only way it is connected is by ferry from Praslin or Mahe. Praslin is just 15 minutes away on a fast ferry from La Digue.

Air Zil chopper is another option to reach La Digue. It lands next to L’Union reserve.

– Other Attractions –


Islands: Silhouette Island, Denis Island, North Island, Bird Island, Curieuse Island, Cousin Island, Cerf Island,  Aride IslandFelicite Island 

Aldabra Atoll – It is a raised coral atoll that consists of four islands surrounding a shallow lagoon. It has been also declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Though tourism is limited and permission has to be granted to visit the site.

St Anne National Marine Park:

Park consists of six islands dotted in azure blue waters. These islands include Ste-Anne, Ile Moyenne, Ile Ronde, Ile Longue, Ile Cachee and Ile aux Cerfs.

Famed as one of the best diving and snorkeling spots in the country. St Anne National park is a mix of everything – stunning beaches, wildlife, hilly terrains, dazzling marine life. It takes 20 minutes to reach by boat and is open 365 days a year. Tickets can be bought in Victoria itself at the jetty or at the resorts. There are various day tours that are organized to the national park stopping for snorkeling, diving and offers a prepared lunch during the trip. Pick up for the day tours are from the resort or hotels itself. Don’t forget to join in for a Glass bottom boat trip which is quite popular in the national park. There are high chances to swim or snorkel in the company of hawksbill turtles.

Overnight stay on the island is also another attractive option.

– Fact File –

[li type=”glyphicon-arrow-right”]  Official name: Seychelles [/li]

[li type=”glyphicon-arrow-right”]  Capital: Victoria (sometimes called Port Victoria) [/li]

[li type=”glyphicon-arrow-right”]  Official language: French, English, Seselwa [/li]

[li type=”glyphicon-arrow-right”]  Currency:  Seychelles Rupee (SCR) [/li]

[li type=”glyphicon-arrow-right”]  International dialing code:  +248 [/li]

[li type=”glyphicon-arrow-right”]  Credit Cards:  Many vendors prefer cash. Most credit cards, especially Visa and MasterCard, are widely accepted. [/li]

[li type=”glyphicon-arrow-right”]  Climate: Seychelles has two seasons: the cool southeast monsoon (May–September), and the hot northwest monsoon (October–April). High season- August, and Christmas to New Year time. [/li]

[li type=”glyphicon-arrow-right”]  Best Package Tour & Travel:  We recommend to blaze your own trail but if you are not interested in driving and exploring on your own, then there are two very good travel and tour companies that can arrange everything for you.

Cerole Service

Mason Travel [/li]

– Getting Around & Planning –


 The islands are interconnected via ferry.

Air Seychelles flies regularly connecting Praslin to Mahe and vice versa.

Air Zil chopper connects to most of the islands from Mahe.  Check out the website for more info and details.

Sample Itinerary 1:

Fly to Mahe then take a ferry to La Digue stay for a couple of days and then take a 15-minute fast ferry to Praslin. From Praslin, you can either fly back to Mahe or take a ferry back.

La Digue -> Praslin -> Mahe

Sample Itinerary 2:

Fly to Mahe then take a ferry to Praslin stay for a couple of days and then take a 15-minute fast ferry to La Digue. And then from La Digue, take a ferry back to Mahe.

Praslin -> La Digue -> Mahe

– What to Shop –


Seychelles is not a shoppers paradise. There are small shops selling locally produced stuff like soap, perfumes, oils, and artifacts.

Since most of the products are imported, the prices are exorbitantly high. But don’t forget to bring back home few souvenirs like Coco De Mer JewelleryFridge magnet, Coconut oil, soap, perfumes, and artifacts.

– What to Pack –


 You can easily survive in Seychelles packing light, just pack a few bikinis and sarongs and you are done, as most of the time, you will be on the beach or in the water. But there are few essentials that you should pack that can make your life easy whilst your time in Seychelles.

Check out our detailed post on packing for Seychelles. We have tried to cover almost everything.

( Read: Packing for Seychelles )


– How To Reach –


Air Seychelles has direct flights from all major cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkatta and New Delhi to Seychelles. And if booked well in advance you can easily get a bargain.

( Read: Tourist Visa Seychelles )

Handy Tips:


Sunset every day in Seychelles looks like …


  • While planning your trip to Seychelles, try to keep Mahe, Praslin, and La Digue as a base to stay and explore all the tiny islands around these three islands. Plan at least 2 – 3 days on each island to explore in a more relaxed way, stopping by each and every beach.
  • Make sure you take your snorkel gear and a good book to retire quietly to the beach, swim and get the perfect tan.
  • Pack plenty of food and water while exploring the islands. Keep yourself hydrated whilst exploring the island.
  • Island hopping tour starts at 9:00 am and can be booked easily at the jetty or by the resort/homestays itself. Depending on the tours, pick up & drop can also be arranged from the hotel.
  • Renting a car is one of the best options in Mahe and Praslin.
  • For more secluded and private escapade, Silhouette island, Dennis island or North island are an ideal escape destination.
  • We would highly recommend renting a car from the airport/port itself as renting a taxi can create a dent in your wallet if you are on a budget. And moreover, driving has its own charm in this stunning country.
  • Last but not the least all the beaches of Seychelles are open to the public, so enjoy, relax and discover your piece of paradise.

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Special thanks to CSIA Mumbai and Air Seychelles for making this trip possible.


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  • Reply
    March 19, 2016 at 1:24 am

    Such a lot to see and experience. You have done well collecting up all points here.
    And the scenes and colors are mesmerizing!!!

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      The Tales of a Traveler
      March 19, 2016 at 7:48 am

      It is indeed a beautiful and you must plan a visit as we know you will enjoy it a lot. The direct flights from BLR are not too expensive.

      Cheers 🙂 🙂

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    Archana Kapoor
    March 19, 2016 at 2:02 am

    The pictures are simply alluring… and I love the format of your post… food for thought for my travel blog 😉
    thanks for sharing dear… tweeting it… 🙂

    Cheers, Archana –

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      The Tales of a Traveler
      March 19, 2016 at 7:47 am

      Thank you so much Archie for sharing our post. We have been experimenting with the content, presentation and theme of the post. Glad to have heard the feedback and its nice to know that you liked it. Cheers. 🙂 🙂

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    Shrinidhi Hande
    March 19, 2016 at 2:17 am

    Can we rent a boat on self drive and go around?

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      The Tales of a Traveler
      March 19, 2016 at 7:45 am

      Yes of course!!! You just need to have a sailing license. Do invite us as well, when you plan to do so. 😀 😀

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    Subhadip Mukherjee
    March 19, 2016 at 4:29 am

    Now this is a place I would love to visit!!!

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    Desh Kapoor
    March 19, 2016 at 4:50 am

    Extremely good presentation and useful information! Loved it guys – keep it going!

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    Tales Of Traveling Sisters
    March 19, 2016 at 10:29 am

    OH! This post with your amazing captures has made us fall in love with Seychelles… All we dream about is visiting this place now! Very helpful tips guys, bookmarking this one! 🙂

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      The Tales of a Traveler
      March 19, 2016 at 10:55 am

      Thank you so much darlings 🙂 Glad you liked the post and I am sure you are gonna fall in love with Seychelles 🙂

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    rupam { xhobdo }
    March 19, 2016 at 11:46 am

    Great informative post 🙂 Beautiful pics.

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    Chaitali Patel
    March 19, 2016 at 5:11 pm

    That swing is calling out to me! Such a gorgeous place and a nice informative post.

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      The Tales of a Traveler
      March 19, 2016 at 8:39 pm

      Thanks a lot Chaitali

      Seychelles is a stunning country, you must definitely visit and the best part is that you have direct flights from Mumbai 🙂

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    Pooja Bhatt
    March 21, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    Awesome is the Word 🙂

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    March 22, 2016 at 8:37 am

    This is perfect! I am sharing this and will bookmark for a trip that we make to the beautiful Seychelles.

    Thank you Swati 🙂

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    April 2, 2016 at 5:10 pm

    Hey both, beautifully captured. The beaches are so lovely and clean. By the way, could you let me know the budget for your 8 day trip. I am looking to go to Seychelles at the end of this year.

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    Priya Meheta
    July 8, 2016 at 11:12 am

    This is a wonderful post, I completely enjoyed reading it, thanks for sharing such wonderful information.
    I come from a place called Manipal and you have some of the best hotels in Manipal. I think what makes a hotel awesome is not just the way it was built, but the kind of place it is surrounded by.

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    July 16, 2016 at 10:59 am

    nice blog!!!

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    July 16, 2016 at 11:02 am

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    January 11, 2017 at 2:44 pm

    Wow, what to say… Who didnt hear of Seychelles yet? And to be honest – you could just have put these fabulous photos here to envy every visitor 🙂
    Really great, this is exactly the kind of paradise I would imagine for a honeymoon (if I would not have been to Hawaii 😉 )
    Cool that you suggest to rent a car, thats usually also my favorite way to explore new places.

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    January 11, 2017 at 2:50 pm

    It certainly looks like a gorgeous place to visit! I love the tidbit that Victoria is the smallest capital in the world. I always give the kids information on destinations and they love stuff like that, too!

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    James Smith
    January 11, 2017 at 3:43 pm

    French treasure? Treasure hunters, it sounds like the movie, ‘Into the blue’. I had to look on the map to see where these Islands are! It’s another country to visit, they are never ending. Thanks to your tips I have an idea what to do here!

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    Christine K
    January 11, 2017 at 3:47 pm

    Such a lovely and helpful guide. I have not been to the Seychelles but would love to go there when an affordable airfare surfaces. I appreciated that you described some of the islands and what there is to do there. This is a post so worthy of bookmarking for future reference.

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    Maja Mexatia
    January 11, 2017 at 7:38 pm

    This is a paradise! Thank you for such an inspirational and informative post. La Digue would definitely be our choice for a perfect vacation.

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    Rashmi and Chalukya
    January 12, 2017 at 7:19 am

    We wonder why we dont get to read much about Seychelles, its a paradise. Those white shimmering sandy beaches and the hues of blue waters are stunning enough to plan a trip soon.

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    Janine Good
    January 12, 2017 at 12:44 pm

    I would love to get to the Seychelles. The beaches look incredibly inviting and just the ticket to relieve stress. Your guide gives prospective visitors such important information to plan the ideal escape from every day life.

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    kathy (from
    January 14, 2017 at 5:38 am

    What a great guide to the Seychelles! I absolutely love your photo of the swing on La Digue. Great tips at the end. I really need to get over to that part of the world. Thanks for sharing

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    February 13, 2017 at 1:07 pm

    Heaven on earth indeed! The Seychelles is on my list of wants and by the pictures and the write up it wont fail to impress. The photos are stunning! I had no idea there were loads of islands that made up the Seychelles and there is a community too! Very detailed and informative! Thanks for this

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    Flo @ Yoga, Wine & Travel
    February 13, 2017 at 2:19 pm

    La Digue looks absolutely incredible! Sri Lankan Air just started offering flights to the Seychelles from Colombo so I’m definitely looking into a trip soon. Pinning this for later 🙂

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    Debra M Schroeder
    February 14, 2017 at 6:17 pm

    The Seychelles is definitely on my list. Your photos make me want to visit sooner. Great tip about renting a car to save money.

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    February 18, 2017 at 1:11 pm

    Such beautiful photographs! I love the blues of the water. Seychelles really does look like paradise. I will have to start saving pennies to go there, I have to admit it wasn’t on my list of places to go until now!

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    Danijela WorldGlimpses
    February 18, 2017 at 5:18 pm

    The pics are amazing. And I love that treasure-hunt story, it always adds to the atmosphere of the place. What can I say about Seychelles, except that I cannot wait to go! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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    Sarah Inkson
    February 19, 2017 at 2:01 pm

    Such a great itinerary, I have always wanted to go to the Seychelles and hopefully in the next couples of years I will make it there! I didn’t know there was so much to see and do there so will definitely bookmarking this for when I do visit!

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    Caroline @ The Travelling Sloth
    February 19, 2017 at 8:01 pm

    This is incredibly detailed! I love how you’ve formatted all your points and how much information you’ve gathered. I’d love to be able to helicopter myself around the islands one day! That’ll be the dream, I reckon. La Digue looks like an absolute dream. I don’t think I’ll ever want to leave!

    My dad’s always said that Seychelles was his favourite place on earth, I can see why he says that!

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    February 19, 2017 at 9:50 pm

    This is an incredible guide! So detailed. La Digue sounds like the perfect place to disconnect and literally do nothing. Sounds just like what the doctor ordered for me :). I’ll definitely be saving this post for future reference.

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    Coralie - Frenchie Globe Trotter
    February 19, 2017 at 11:20 pm

    I have to say I am not a beach person, but these beach pictures are so scenic and this water is so blue I wouldn’t mind chilling on those bitches ! As i am French, I should really go 😉

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    Cliodhna Ryan
    March 23, 2017 at 5:14 pm

    I’m moving to Dar es Salaam which has cheap flights to the Seychelles so I’m very excited to go there! I’ve saved this post for later as you really give a great overview of all the main places to visit.

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    Erin Leigh
    March 25, 2017 at 11:32 pm

    It seams like there is a lot to do here! Those beaches look outstanding. Where is Seychelles, exactly?

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    March 26, 2017 at 4:32 am

    You are absolutely right: This is picture perfect. I hope that one day my wallet will allow me to spend some worryless days on the Seychelles 🙂

    Happy continued travels!

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    Archana Singh
    March 26, 2017 at 5:32 am

    Beautiful pictures. I have been to n number of Beach destinations but never been to Seychelles. Maybe some time soon 🙂

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    Harsh Gupta
    March 26, 2017 at 6:19 pm

    You have convinced me to visit Seychelles. The pictures are so exotic and now I am definitely looping it in my countries to visit.

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    Wanderlust Vegans
    March 26, 2017 at 8:37 pm

    I would love to look for the French pirate’s treasure as who knows how much it would be worth. If you don’t find it you won’t be that disappointed as you are in a place with incredible scenery. Renting a car seems like the way to go.

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    March 27, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    Don’t mind me, just adding La Digue to my list of places to go! Wow, first off did you ride that swing? And love places where cars are banned, it allows for the picture taker in me to not worry about getting hit by a car! Thanks for sharing.

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    March 27, 2017 at 4:36 pm

    I’ve never been to Seychelles but I’ve heard so much about it and your pictures are gorgeous. Of course the pirate’s treasure would be a nice bonus as well!

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    Mike Cotton
    March 27, 2017 at 4:39 pm

    I’m yet to visit the Seychelles but the photographs here looking incredible. I like your tip about hiring a car, I think that is the right approach as you get so much more freedom.

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    March 27, 2017 at 4:50 pm

    This is another paradise to add in my bucket list! The sand is so white, and it’s lovely! I like the thought of kayaking as well, as I love water adventures! Great post. Thanks for introducing this place!

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    March 27, 2017 at 4:57 pm

    Seychelles tooks totally amazing and can’t wait to get out there. Currently at the top of Norway so looking at photos of Sun, Sea and Sand really wants me to get there as soon as possible.

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    March 27, 2017 at 5:14 pm

    I’ve always wanted to go to the Seychelles, but was deterred by the length and the price of the flight from NYC. Thanks for your comprehensive guide to the different islands! I think La Digue looks like my speed, and that swing looks like a lot of fun!

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    March 27, 2017 at 10:22 pm

    The Seychelles look beautiful! La Digue sounds like a perfect escape from the rest of the world. I need to put this on my list for sure!

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    woody world packer
    March 29, 2017 at 11:54 am

    What I would really love about the Seychelles, is the fact that you can have a peace of tropical beach all by yourself. It is like your own little paradise. Would definitely use this guide if we travel to the Seychelles.

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    woody world packer
    March 29, 2017 at 11:57 am

    Love the fact that you can have your own peace of tropical paradise at the Seychelles. No crowed remote beaches, but just pearl white sand and aqua blue sea. Would definitely use your guide when we travel to this beautiful destination.

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