The islands Seychelles, they are 115 small islands drawn by Natural mother in the middle of the Indian Ocean. With their idyllic beaches bordered of granitic palm trees and rocks, each one of them however has its own identity. Natural habitat of the tortoises, coloured fishes and migratory birds per thousands, the archipelago is a ground of escape and adventures. That it is in Mahé sheltering the Victoria capital and its innumerable museums, in Praslin and its coconut-spank giant, with the Dam and its three beaches Handle, but also in Bird Island – is in hiding birds, with Frigate, Pepper, in Denis, in Therese or Alphonse… you will discover paradisiac islands evolving to the rhythm of their water turquoises and their white sand beaches. Destination of predilection for the various sports, Seychelles invite you in particular to the excursion, in particular side of the island Outlines and with the diving with the spots of Curious and Congratulated Cocosou.


Considered to have the most beautiful beaches of the world, Seychelles will leave the travellers without voice and amazed by all the landscapes and the gradations colours which the various islands of the archipelago propose. Begin your stay on the main island of Mahé. Through its mountainous relief, you will discover sometimes a dense forest, sometimes a white sand beach. It is also here that the smallest capital of the world is: Victoria. Leave on a tour of its market coloured and full with local scents. It is under a flight of bats that you will join your hotel to discover all creole hospitality.

After you to be impregnated environment of Victoria, take the ferry to join the island of the Dam. Here, no car nor pollution. Everyone moves with bicycle, on foot or in the oxcart. Take your bicycle and leave on a tour of many beaches the island whose Money celebrates it Handle Source. After having made a tower with the vanilla plantation and the enclosure of the giant tortoises go on the island of Praslin. This island has one of the most important attractions of the archipelago: the Valley of May. According to the legend, this place would be the true garden of Eden. It is here, in the shade of coconuts of seas which you will discover the symbol of Seychelles: coconut-spank. Seychelles are incontestably a magic place where the traveller will be able to slacken the feet in water.

Culture & Traditions


Seychelles are famous to have the most beautiful beaches of the world. Its seabeds are also of a stunning beauty. That it is with the Park Marin de Sainte-Anne, the Dam or Praslin, the plungers will remain without voice in front of the natural aquarium which is offered to them.


Main tourist attraction of Praslin, the Valley of May is the tourist attraction most known of the archipelago. Known to be supposedly the true garden of Eden, she is declared with the world heritage of UNESCO. It is here that the travellers will be able to observe the famous ones “coconut-spank”.


Located on the island of the Dam, the Handle Source of Money is the beach most photographed in the world.  In order to discover this paradise on ground, deposit your bicycles and take the way which skirts the beach. This way located between the granitic rocks will enable you to reach the most distant corner in order to have more peace.


90% of the Seychelloise population are creole. Their culture is the base of the national identity of the country. Impossible to leave in Seychelles without tasting with the creole gastronomy, going into ecstasies in front of their architecture and letting themselves involve by their songs and their dances.


The archipelago profits from a tropical climate with average temperatures of 30 degrees for the air and 28 degrees for water. Seychelles know two distinct periods: the rainy season which extends from October to April and which are one hot and very wet season., and the fresh season from May to September with a windier time. Although the tourist months are December and January, most pleasant are the months of transition between the two seasons, i.e. October-November and April-May. The archipelago does not undergo the cyclones thanks to its localization.