Never-ending summers



Jan - April

Steadfast’s favourite time to visit

Year Round

Famous For

Romance & Coco de Mer

Never-ending summers

Visit Seychelles

Great for: Beach, island hopping, snorkelling, scuba diving, resorts

With 115 idyllic islands in this Indian Ocean archipelago, travellers will have seemingly endless options when planning a holiday in the Seychelles. Arriving on any of the spectacular islands, with their secluded, boulder-dotted shores, will have you feeling as though you’ve landed in a Robinson Crusoe novel. 

Visit some of the best beaches in Africa, trek through the tropical forests peppered with coco de mer to discover the wonders of this ancient, endangered tree, or snorkel and scuba dive in the crystal clear waters before retiring to an award-winning seaside resort or villa. The Seychelles is the ultimate destination for an island getaway.


Power soft white sand beaches

See coco de mer trees on Praslin and Curieuse

Snorkelling and scuba diving

Hiking to reach panoramic island views

Mouthwatering Creole cuisine

Romantic settings perfect for couples’ getaways

Featured Itineraries


December – April

May – November

UK: British passport holders do not need a visa for tourist visits. However, it is mandatory for visitors to apply for a digital Travel Authorisation, which determines a person’s travel eligibility to Seychelles.

USA: Citizens from the United States can enter the Seychelles for up to 90 days without a visa.

EU: Seychelles is a visa-free country because Seychelles has signed a universal unilateral visa waiver. As a result, any foreign nationals who visit Seychelles are granted visa-free access.

India: An Indian national traveling to Seychelles is not required to get a visa because Seychelles is a visa-free nation. 

UAE: Citizens of the United Arab Emirates do not require a visa to Seychelles.


  • Peak Season: 6-12 months in advance
  • Mid Season: 3-6 months in advance
  • Low Season: 1-3 months in advance

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You are able to pay and carry USD in Seychelles. In restaurants and shops, credit and bank cards are charged in local currency. We advise carrying small amounts of USD for tips and extras.

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