Wondering where to find picture-perfect Seychelles resorts? This Indian Ocean island nation is an archipelago made up of 115 islands. While some of these islands are large wild and remote, there are a number of islands that house resorts and hotels. For visitors to the Seychelles, these islands offer a taste of paradise, with a diversity of beaches, natural forests, villages and nature reserves to explore.
If you have been daydreaming about a holiday in this part of the world, you may be wondering where to find the best Seychelles resorts. In this mini guide, we take a look at some of the most breathtaking places to find resorts.
Finding the Perfect Seychelles Resorts
Some of our top picks on where to find the best Seychelles resorts include the following:
Home to a handful of small villages, and surrounded by white sands and turquoise water, Praslin is one of the most spectacular islands imaginable. This island is home to a number of exquisite beaches, along with a championship golf course, nature hotspots such as Praslin National Park, which houses the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve and a relaxed atmosphere. Although it is the second largest island, it has a very small population. Resorts here include the spectacular four-star Paradise Sun Hotel, which is located on a private corner of Cote d’Or beach.
The largest island in size as well as population, Mahe is home to a number of incredible beaches, mind-blowing scenery, the capital city of Victoria and plenty to see and do. The terrain of this island is diverse, with azure waters, white sands, staggering granite peaks, rainforest such as Morne Seychellois, amazing Creole architecture and colourful markets. Whether visiting on honeymoon or holiday, this island is also idea for island hopping, with areas such as Beau Vallon to explore. Resorts within this part of the island include Coral Strand Hotel in Beau Vallon Bay along with Constance Ephelia Hotel, which lies 7.9km from the centre of Mahe.
If you’re looking for a greater level of seclusion, Saint Anne is a good choice. This island is the largest of eight islands within the Sainte Anne Marine National Park, forming part of the Mont Fleuri District. Just four kilometres off the coast of Mahe, this island is rich in tropical forests and beaches. Top beaches include Anse Royale, which is where turtles lay their eggs between November and February; Anse Manon, which can only be reached by foot; and Grande Anse, which is where the amazing Beachcomber Sainte Anne Resort & Spa is found.
Whichever island you choose, you can always be sure that Seychelles resorts offer the closest thing to paradise on earth.