Seychelles Hotels and Travel Guide

Seychelles Hotels and Tourist Information

The Seychelles are particularly well geared towards travellers, with a highly developed infrastructure complementing the islands' natural attractions. While this destination is on the pricey side, the quality is exceptionally high. The crime rate is low, and visitors - who make a substantial contribution to the economy - are welcomed everywhere.

Divers and honeymooners, nature lovers and hedonists, gourmets and sports aficionados, gamblers and sailors - they all come to the Seychelles and find it little short of perfect. Set four degrees south of the Equator and spread over some 400,000 square kilometres of the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles is endowed with natural beauty, ancient wonders and awesome man-made attractions.

Much of the charm of the archipelago lies in its chequered history. Both French and British colonialists have held sway here over the centuries, and immigration from both sides of the Indian Ocean has added to the eclectic mix of the population.

That oft-used word "paradise" often rears up in descriptions of the Seychelles, and with very good reason. There are no serious natural hazards, no malaria or serious diseases, and the islands lie outside the cyclone and hurricane belts. A good standard of living means there is little crime, and careful control of tourism-related development has kept arrivals to a reasonable level and forbidden unsightly high-rises.

The pirates who used to make the Seychelles their lair have long departed, leaving behind legends of buried treasure waiting to be unearthed by diligent explorers. However, it soon becomes apparent to most visitors shortly after arriving that they won't have to do much digging - the treasures are all around them.


Seychelles Travel Guide

Seychelles Hotels: Where to Stay? Seychelles Hotels

From island resorts that practically sing 'bling' to more modest Creole-style guesthouses providing bed and breakfast, the Seychelles' accommodation scene is expanding in all directions.  Read More...

 
Seychelles Attractions Seychelles Attractions

With very few exceptions, visitors to the Seychelles will pass through Mahé, even if only to land and take off at the international airport. Read More...

Seychelles Nightlife Seychelles Nightlife

the scattering of bars, casinos and discos are undoubtedly lively, friendly and fun, and mainstream hotels do a good job of making sure their guests are kept entertained. Read More...

 
Seychelles Restaurants Seychelles Restaurants

Few restaurants in the Seychelles stick to a single cuisine, and most sport menus that include Creole and international dishes. And there are some simply amazing seaside locations. Read More...

Seychelles Shopping Seychelles Shopping

The islands' shopping is truly therapeutic, selling genuinely local items, and business is carried on in a laid-back fashion with courteous chatter surrounding buying and selling. Read More...

 
Seychelles Activities Seychelles Activities

The Seychelles are well geared towards travellers, with a highly developed infrastructure complementing the islands' natural attractions. While this destination is pricey, the quality is high. Read More...


 

Seychelles General Information Seychelles Information

The crime rate is low, and visitors - who make a substantial contribution to the economy - are welcomed everywhere. Read More...

Seychelles Map Seychelles Map

Our interactive map displays all available hotels with photos, facilities, as well as attractions, landmarks and other items of interest with links to relevant information pages. Read More...

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