Your guide to Seychelles as it reopens on 25 March

Your guide to Seychelles as it reopens on 25 March

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Big fat weddings may have taken a backseat in 2020 with low-key, intimate festivities. But with the market slowly opening up, couples can relook at planning their honeymoon in a big way, making up for the lost time with a celebration to remember. Seychelles has everything one may visualize on their dream honeymoon, be it untouched beaches set amidst azure blue waters, exquisite beauty, delish delicacies, heart-warming people and carnival-like spirit of the place. It is perfect for an indulgent beach holiday dotted with cultural experiences and island-hopping opportunities.

A 6 nights 7 days holiday is ideal for a relaxed honeymoon with our list of jaw-dropping romantic experiences including diving with sea turtles and manta rays, hiking through verdant jungles and cruising along the coastline at sunset with a glass of bubbly to celebrate the ‘I dos.’

Stay at private island resort

Get whisked away on an aircraft to a remote paradise for a private island stay on Desroches Island, Fregate Island or Felicte Island. Detach from the world and unwind in a private pool, indulge in an array of spa treatments or add a bit of water adventure with ocean kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and snorkeling. Get a chance to meet and feed the island’s oldest residents, Aldabra giant tortoises, a native species that’s vulnerable to extinction and tick off an unforgettable bucket list experience

Watch a film under the stars

Félicité island’s tropical vegetation and granite boulders is pure honeymoon bliss. Explore the stunning scenery through the day and enjoy ‘cinema under the stars’, a private stargazing setup available for exclusive hire at a luxurious private island resort for couples to cozy up under the stars with no one else around

Spend a day with a dozen tortoises at Curieuse Island

Imagine being on an island with several giant tortoises roaming freely; people from around the world visit the marine park for a nature trail that has plenty of birds, indigenous creatures, mangrove forests, takamaka trees, green sea turtle breeding, hawksbill, turtles and the famous Seychelles Black Parrot. Curieuse Island also has a hidden beach, a breathtaking walk on the other side of the island.

Hike up the highest mountain in Seychelles

Lush green and untouched, the Morne Seychelloise National Park on Mahe island has the highest mountain in all of Seychelles surrounded by rainforests and granite peaks. Take a guided hike through the stunning park filled with unusual birds and plants and up the Morne Seychellois mountain to reach the Morne Blanc peak for a view worth the effort

Sail into the sunset

Book a private luxury yacht for the day and leave it to the experts to divulge the island secrets and take you to the extraordinary inner islands’ seascape. Sail to some stunning coral reefs to snorkel and revel in an idyllic sunset with champagne around the Cote D’Or Beach, Praslin

Biking along the coast

Romance is in the little things like renting out bikes to explore tiny islands of La Digue and Silhouette. There are tons of hidden beaches and caves to explore, many tiny eateries to stop over and many opportunities to plunge into the ocean for a quick snorkel while leisurely biking around the islands

Champagne with the dolphins

The raw beauty of Seychelles allows you to witness experiences that may come as an unplanned pleasant surprise. For a relaxed afternoon leading up to sunset, couples can hire a speed boat or a yacht and pop a bottle of bubbly while spotting dolphins play in the turquoise waters of Seychelles

Go Parasailing and Scuba Diving

What’s a honeymoon without some adventure? Pick an activity of your choice; whether it is parasailing on Beau Vallon Beach, Mahe or scuba diving to the shipwrecks and coral reefs in the underwater world, Seychelles has a lot to offer to the adventure junkies.

Check out Coco de Mer, the world’s largest fruit

Indigenous to Seychelles, Valle De Mai is the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the natural habitat of the infamous and rare Coco de Mer fruit or sea coconut. Couples can take a guided tour of the heritage site to make memories with the endangered fruit and spot the elusive ‘black parrot’ or the world’s smallest frog endemic to the Seychelles Islands while on a short hike to witness panoramic views of Praslin and nearby islands.

Island hopping

It is easy to go island hopping in Seychelles with every island offering a unique history, culture and landscape. Swim, snorkel, lay out a picnic by the beach and live the true island life to feel that Cast Away vibe. From Mahe, go on day trips or island hopping to Praslin, Cerf, Silhouette, Round Islands etc. If staying in Praslin one can visit La Digue, Curieuse, Bird, Cousin Islands and many more.

Marine Park yacht tours

Take a half or full day yacht tour from Mahe to the St. Anne Marine National Park that offers couples a luxurious getaway replete with memorable activities. Hike at an uninhabited island, enjoy delicious barbeque on the yacht and snorkel or swim in the middle of the magical ocean.

A cluster of 115 islands in the Indian ocean, Seychelles is mysterious and beckoning all at once. A year-round destination to indulge in sun, sand and surf for a splendid honeymoon.

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