When to go

Climate is one of the many that makes Seychelles such a special destination all year round with an average temperature of 27C rarely falling below 24 or rising above 32C. The hottest months are from December to April and the wettest are January and February.

The condition for scuba diving are excellent all year round but if you want a unique experience you should choose the months of April, May, October and November where the visibility is exceptional.


The gay scene in the Seychelles is quite limited. However even there are no specific places like saunas, clubs or beaches, usually locals and tourists can meet anywhere. On Friday night there are two specific places where the community can have fun and meet people on the island of Mahe, The Broadwalk and the Katiolo night club.

Naturism is not allowed in the Seychelles, however it is easy to practice it on some private islands like Fregate where the beach is not accessible to the public but only to the guests of the resort. The other way to enjoy naturism is to rent one the numerous catamarans for day trips to explore the islands. There are so many stunning places difficult to access except by boat.


Lots of people think of Seychelles only as an expensive destination with exclusive luxury resorts. The Seychelles actually also offers accommodation for any budget, from large hotels and resorts to small and authentic guest houses and self catering villas. Everything is possible.

By booking well in advance (90/120 days before arrival) you can have access to special offers making the destination a more accessible and granting you some luxury.

  • Carana beach hotel 4* A small boutique hotel on the north coast of Mahe. 40 chalets on a beautiful and wild beach. Offers with breakfast included.
  • L’Archipel Hotel 4* This property is owned by a local family who cares about the identity of the place and its history and it also reflects on the colonial style of this small hotel. Offers with breakfast included.
  • We can also recommend top luxury resorts upon request.


Similarly to the population, the Seychelles food culture is also characterized by the influence of different regions of the world. Seychellois creole cuisine combines the exoticism of Indian and Asian dishes with the piquant flavors of the Orient, as well as European culinary culture. Hardly anywhere else in the world offers such a variety of fresh fish and seafood.

Chicken or pork can also be used as the basis for curries. Rice, vegetables and often spicy sauces are served as a side dish.

One of the speciality you cannot miss is the tectec soup, the main ingredient is the small mussels sharing its name.

At the end of the dinner coconut chocolate, cooked bananas in coconut milk or caramelized pineapples are often served.

A wide palette of spices provide the special creole flavor such as vanilla, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, citronella, patschouli and chilli. Ginger and garlic are also favourites of the Seychellois and are used in almost every meal.

What to do

  • Seychelles National Botanical Gardens
  • Le Jardin du Roi Spice Garden
  • Hindu Temple — Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar
  • Tkamaka Rum Ditillery
  • Veuve Reserve
  • Carrefour des Arts
  • L’Union Estate
  • Plantation House
  • Cathedral of our lady of Immaculate Conception
  • Curieuse Marine Mational Park
  • Ile Cachee
  • Moyenne Cerf Island
  • Snorkeling Trail