Inviting simplicity is winningly paired with every decadent comfort in the isolated splendour of the Seychelles' more private islands.
Discover the epitome of secret escape and find the beauty in every sunrise, your only companions the calming sea, swaying coconut trees and wheeling tropical birds. Often housing only a single exclusive hotel and the local wildlife, indulgent luxury is married with near-total seclusion, creating unmatched paradises. Accessible only by boat or helicopter transfer, guests know they are in for a special blend of limitless tranquillity and rustic castaway luxury before their feet even alight upon their island's sandy shores.
Scattered across the balmy Indian Ocean, these diverse islands showcase the very best the area has to offer, and each exhibits its own unique character and ambience. Enjoy the ultra-exclusive Fregate Island, the fantastic selection of beaches on Silhouette Island, or the refreshing simplicity of Denis Island's digital detox ethos, which allows families and couples all the time in the world to reconnect.
Destinations within the Inner Island range are within easy reach of the major hub of Mahé, and afford a flawless blend of sheltered isolation and island-hopping opportunities although, with restful spas, refreshing infinity pools, access to a full range of water sports and delicious cuisine, guests may never wish to leave the sanctuary of their resort.
Enticingly undeveloped, many locations are protected microcosms boasting pristine beaches, densely forested interiors and untouched coral reefs. Thriving wildlife havens, embark on off-road adventures in search of exotic and bizarre flora and fauna found nowhere else, or create magical moments watching turtles hatch on the beach. Perfectly sited to enjoy superb diving and snorkelling experiences, slip beneath the waves to explore abandoned shipwrecks and underwater caves.
Approx. 12 hrs 10 mins
Best Time To Go
April to November
Blessed with plenty of sunshine and a warm, stable climate, the temperature in the Seychelles rarely drops below 25°C or rises above 32°C. Lovely to visit the year round, between the months of April and May, or October to November are the best times to visit as the prevailing trade winds are gentler. A tropical climate means that the weather can be somewhat unpredictable, but the cooling rain showers are usually brief. December through to March, the Seychelles' northwest monsoon season, typically sees more rainfall than the much drier southeast monsoon from May to October. The weather generally remains pleasant and hot, and the seas wonderfully calm, during the period from May to September.