And Chill


The Seychelles are an escapist’s dream. A collection of small islands blessed by mother nature, where the turquoise waters lap and white sands shimmer.

Ditch your shoes and relax on the beach. Because aside from a spot of snorkeling, cycling or sampling spicy creole food, there’s not a great deal more to do. But when you’re surrounded by the most beautiful beaches, hills and colour palettes on the planet, why would you want to do anything other than stare?

Please note: The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) issues travel advice on destinations, which includes information on passports, visas, health, safety and security. We urge you to visit their website before deciding to travel. 

Places to stay

  • Maia


    Maia perches on a dramatic hillside on the southwest coast of Mahé. It’s quite a setting. But Maia is quite...

  • Fregate Island Private


    As wildernesses go, Fregate is pristine. The residences are set on high cliffs, screened by vegetation. Each has a private...

  • Four Seasons Resort Seychelles


    The Four Seasons feels like a remote retreat, yet it's relatively easy to reach. The stilted villas are dotted on...

  • North Island


    This is barefoot luxury at its best. And in our opinion, one of the finest properties in our entire portfolio.  When...

  • Four Seasons Resort

    Seychelles - Desroches Island

    This is a true Four Seasons property – and it’s the only resort on this stunning coral island, surrounded by...

  • Constance Lemuria

    Seychelles - Praslin

    You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches at Constance Lemuria: there are three white sand beaches, one of...

  • Constance Ephelia

    Seychelles - Mahe

    If you’re looking for that remote, private island experience this might not be the place for you. But although Constance...


Fly from Nairobi or Johannesburg to Mahe to combine with a safari or from London via Doha, Abu Dhabi or Dubai. 


The equatorial climate means warm temperatures year round with no clearly defined seasons. April to October are generally the drier months with a south-easterly trade wind. From November to March the wind comes from the north west bringing wetter, more humid weather - December and January are the wettest months. The winds can result in seaweed on the beaches, which varies depending on the season and may determine where you prefer to stay - please call for more advice.


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