The Seychelles, a group of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, is the perfect romantic getaway for newlyweds!
The Seychelles archipelago cluster around the main island of Mahé, home to the international airport and the capital, Victoria.
Together, these islands form the cultural and economic hub of the nation and contain the majority of Seychelles’ tourism facilities as well as its most stunning beaches.
The beaches alone offer the most romantic spots on earth! One of the most beautiful beaches is the Anse Source D’ Argent on La Digue..
Dine from the refined international cuisine of 5 star resorts and excellent local restaurants to delicious Creole dishes served to you in charming seaside bistros where you can soak up the vistas with your feet in the sand. Halal food is widely available.
Take a stroll down the lively streets of Victoria and perhaps even buy a souvenir or two or an item of local jewelry from a nearby boutique.
For an amazing view, make your way to the hills on the Sans Souci road, the temperature will start to cool down as you walk on the mountain. Right at the summit, you will find the Mission Lodge, a spectacular viewing point over the coast of west Mahé.
And if you feel like it try a shot of Coco D’amour, the delicious local liquor.
You can also enjoy a wide range of spa experiences.
Go sailing or rent a motor yacht and explore the hidden coves and secret beaches.
Visit one of the diving centers, and discover Seychelles’ magical underwater world. The diving centers have something for everyone from beginners in shallow waters to experienced and adventurous divers.
If you feel like going fishing then you will find plenty of fishing boats and experienced crews ready for you to enjoy your time.
For thrills on the ocean, Beau Vallon bay is the place. Enjoy a selection of water sports that includes water-skiing, parachute rides, jet-skis, banana rides, sailing and so much more. Non-motorised water sports are widely available at some resorts. Or try the Rock Climbing, Zip Line, and Abseiling activities at Constance Ephelia Resort, Port Launay, Mahé. The activities are open to both Seychellois, and visitors, daring enough, or simply seeking more thrilling experiences in a professional environment
If you’re going to the islands for your wedding, honeymoon, anniversary or just a romantic getaway, then there are many options for you to choose from and many romantic hotels, guest houses or island hideaways.
Population: 89,188Language: English, French and Creole (native language)Visa: There are no visa requirements to enter Seychelles. However, the following documents must be shown in order to obtain immigration clearance at the Seychelles International Airport: