Discover Sundays in Seychelles; our guide for Things to Do On Sundays It’s easy to think that nothing happens on Sundays, but just scratch the surface and it’s all there. Here are some activities you might consider for a perfect Sunday Funday in Seychelles.    Culinary Exploration & Entertainment Sunday’s the perfect time to get […]

Copolia Trail Length: 1.6km Duration: 45 mins one way Difficulty: Easy to Medium Location: Sans Souci Road, Morne Seychellois National Park, Victoria Entrance Fee: SCR100 for non-residents. Copolia Trial is one of the few spectacular mountaintop hikes in beautiful Seychelles with an absolutely fantastic bird’s eye view of the mysteriously exotic blue Indian Ocean overlooking […]

BIRDS OF PARADISE BOOGIE in SEYCHELLES is coming up 2nd-8th of October 2022. SAVE THE DATES Once again, Fly Seychelles, in collaboration with its partners and associates is proud to present to you the ‘Birds Of Paradise Boogie 2022’. It has become their culture to host skydivers and skydiving enthusiasts from around the world for […]

Sailing in Seychelles  What better way to enjoy and experience it all than under sail, with the wind behind you and the azure blue Indian Ocean in front of you while cruising the inner islands of Seychelles.  Most of the islands are less than 30 nautical miles apart, making it comfortable to sail from one […]

Water Sports Activities in Seychelles With over a million square kilometres of water, it’s no surprise that there are various water activities to try in Seychelles. This island nation has plenty of Water Sports activities for both locals and tourists. All over the islands of Seychelles, most hotels and water sports companies based on certain […]

Flying the world solo: 16-year-old ‘MackSolo’ arrives in Seychelles Why wait? You can achieve your dream even before you turn 18 years old, says a young pilot on a mission to break a world record after landing in Seychelles, one of the countries he is visiting on his solo quest. Setting out to become the […]

Golf in Seychelles Seychelles is a must-visit for anyone who enjoys playing golf. Its beautiful landscapes and impeccable courses make it an ideal choice for both amateur and professional golf players. Tee-offs are surrounded by lush vegetation, forests, mountains, pristine beaches, and the mighty Indian ocean. The archipelago is home to two courses on two […]

Kitesurfing in Seychelles Aside from its beaches, Seychelles also boasts a wide variety of water sports activities. One of its favorites and where people from all over the world come to experience kitesurfing. What is Kitesurfing? Kitesurfers glide across the top of the waves on a board that’s similar in size and shape to a […]

Horse Trails in Seychelles Make your top bucket list dream come true… The islands of Seychelles are known for their wild and exotic beaches. On Horseback you will have a great way to explore and experience the World’s oldest oceanic granitic islands. The Horse Trails in Seychelles is situated in Barbarons District, Mahe Island, and […]

Fishing in Seychelles   Introduction Thousands of recreational and sports fishermen from around the world flock to these waters each year to catch the world’s best-known fish. Some of these include the striped bonito, bonefish, giant guitarfish, bigeye trevally, bluefin trevally, giant trevally, moustache grouper, humpheadmaori wrasse, and dogtooth tuna.  The waters off the coast […]

Ros Sodyer / Rock Pool Length: 1.1km Duration: 20-30min one way Difficulty: Easy to Medium Location: Anse Takamaka Beach south Mahe at Chez Batista Villas parking The saltwater tidal rock pool on the rocky coast of Mahé Island is a geological formation that fills up when the tide rises. During low tide, you can swim […]

The Victoria Botanical Garden The Victoria Botanical Garden, located close to the capital Victoria, provides visitors with quick and easy access to nature. The most popular attraction of the beautiful garden is the giant tortoises that one can feed. Although it started as an agricultural station in 1901, by the middle of the twentieth century […]

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