This tropical paradise in the Indian Ocean is made up of 115 islands, a unique destination that was uninhabited until the late 18th century. Located 1,000 miles away from any other foreign coastlines, the Seychelles boasts a spectacular diversity of endemic and indigenous species. Almost half of the land has been granted protected status as nature reserves.
The Seychelles offers barefoot luxury, secluded island hideaways and unforgettable diving, snorkeling and sailing. It is popular for destination weddings and romantic escapes. You can easily island hop and experience the fusion of influences from France, Africa and Madagascar. The national language is Creole but French and English is also spoken. The daily catch of seafood combines with tropical produce and exotic culinary combinations for memorable meals.