The Seychelles becomes among the first countries to welcome ‘fully vaccinated’ visitors!

The Seychelles has become one of the first countries to welcome ‘fully vaccinated’ visitors from any part of the world, provided that it has been two weeks since their second vaccination. So freedom to travel unfettered by restrictions and quarantine is getting nearer! And it couldn’t be a more beautiful place to visit to celebrate.

Comprising 115 islands, the Seychelles is more than a ‘fly and flop’ destination. Most of the inner islands are made of granite, which creates a mountainous terrain, perfect for hiking and exploring the islands’ nature.

First time visitors are recommended to consider starting with the most popular island-hopping itinerary which is Mahé, Praslin and La Digue.

Mahé, covering 150 square kilometres, is the largest island and home to Victoria, the world’s smallest capital. Although being the most densely populated island in the Seychelles archipelago, it has kept all of its natural charms intact.

The mountains of Mahé host many species of exotic plants of which the finest and rarest species of trees can be seen on the slopes of Trois Freres and Morne Seychellois, the latter being the highest peak in the Seychelles, reaching a height of 905 metres.

Situated 45 kilometres to the North East of Mahé, Praslin is the second largest island in the Seychelles archipelago. The island features truly exquisite beaches such as Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette, both appearing on the top 10 list of the world’s best beaches.


Praslin is home of the Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve and has often been referred to as the ‘Original Garden of Eden’ and at its heart are the famous Coco de mer palms growing up to some 30/40 metres high and with seeds weighing in at 25 kgs. It has been said that some of the coco de mer palms are over a thousand years old.

A close neighbour to Praslin, La Digue is the third largest island in the Seychelles and home to the Anse Source D’Argent, one of the world’s most photographed beaches. Surrounded by a coral reef, the island has no natural harbour but is served by a jetty where boats from Mahé and Praslin land their visitors.

A visit to Anse Marron and Anse Severe is highly recommended. For snorkelling enthusiasts, Anse Severe offers a spectacular experience with an abundance of diverse marine life of all shapes, sizes and colours.

Blessed with some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, the Seychelles is a paradise destination that is once again opening its doors to the world.

Contact me to discuss your own bespoke itinerary and discover all that the Seychelles has to offer.

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