The Seychelles northeast of Madagascar and east of Kenya consists of over 116 islands, considered the oldest and hardest granite islands in the world. These beautiful islands verdant peaks surrounded by white sandy beaches are teaming with spectacular birdlife; the pristine Indian Ocean is home to a rich and diverse marine life and the perfect spot for snorkelling and diving. The Seychelles makes a ideal idyllic island holiday or twin with an exciting African Safari Holiday.


General Information about Seychelles 
Flight time Approximately 11hours
GMT - +4hrs
Visa not required under 30 nights
Currency, Seychellois rupee
No special vaccinations are required for travel to the Seychelles.
The tropical climate of the Indian Ocean Islands means that it is sunny and warm all year round, with average temperatures between 23 degrees and 32 degrees. Even so, the highest average rainfall across the islands typically occurs in January and February, so these months are best avoided if you are looking for days of uninterrupted sun in the Indian Ocean.
Grilled Octopus
A favourite of the Seychelles, the grilled octopus is cooked with a heady blend of spices. It has been a favourite island since the very beginning of tourists arriving in the Seychelles.

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