Looking for a place with romantic and private intimacy? Book your next flight to Seychelles!
The Seychelles is a hidden, private gem not many know about but once you find it, we guarantee you won’t want to leave!
The Seychelles is an archipelago consisting of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, located in East Africa. This private location integrates some of the most diverse cultures such as French, Chinese, British, African, Indian and Arab as well as offering some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. This archipelago is home to some of the best coral reefs, nature reserves and rare animals including giant Aldabra tortoises.
Take your lover to Mahé, the largest island in the Seychelles, consisting of the most population and attractions such as the mountain rainforests in the Morne Seychellois National Park as well as the private beaches of Beau Vallon and Anse Takamak.
The main type of transportation on their island are bicycles, so grab a helmet and start riding around!
Stop by museums to learn about the local art work and the history or tastes some of the most authentic and distinguish cuisines or, most importantly, go island hopping and see what all the different island has to offer!
When to Visit
Peak season – April through May, October through November
Wet season (rain, sleet, and snow) – December through March
Other considerations – popular annual events: February (Seychelles ECO-Healing Marathon), March (La Fete de la Francophonie), May (FetAfrik), October (Creole Festival)
Are you a good fit?
- Nature Lover
- Animal lover
Main Airport: Seychelles International Airport
United States Direct Flights:
No direct flights
Entry and Departure Requirements:
Seychellois Creole is the official local language. French and English are common language on the Seychelles as well
Electricity: 240 volts/50 cycles
Currency: Seychellois rupee
Is this romantic private destination just right for you? Let us know if you have questions. We’ll help you customize an experience that’s fitting for your specific romance travel needs.
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