With an abundance of things to do for every visitor, Seychelles adventures are certainly not in short supply. This Indian Ocean island is a paradise for visitors of all ages. Whether you are planning a romantic trip, honeymoon, family holiday or well-deserved break with friends, the Seychelles is home to beautiful beaches, unspoiled forests, excellent resorts and great natural beauty.
Best Seychelles Adventures for Your Bucket List
If you prefer to get your pulse racing during your holiday, you won’t be disappointed. There are many incredible Seychelles adventures to look forward to, helping you make the most of every second of your Seychelles getaway.
Some of the most rewarding Seychelles adventures to add to your bucket list include the following:
The luxurious 5-star Constance Ephelia Hotel is without a doubt a fantastic base for your trip. But, over and beyond its spectacular features, this hotel is also where you can enjoy zip lining. There are a number of platforms found within the resort’s natural forest, which are perfect for soaring through the sky.
This resort also offers rock climbing, for those with a head for heights. The 18m high granite rocks in this area are perfect for climbers of all levels. Once you have climbed your way to the top, you can abseil down. This activity and the zip lining activity can be easily booked at the resort.
One of the best places to enjoy parasailing is Beau Vallon in Mahe. Tandem parasailing is a good option for those who have not tried this activity before, but solo parasailing is also on offer. While this experience does not last very long, the memories will definitely last forever!
There are many incredible hiking spots to enjoy across the island. Morne Seychellois Park in Mahe has a number of trails, while Vallee De Mai National Park is a good spot for hikers in Praslin (this is also where you can see the famous Coco de Mer palm).
If you’re keen to take to the waves, the Seychelles is the perfect place to learn how to surf. The warm waters here offer some pretty good surfing and Stand Up Paddling (SUP), even if the swells are not super huge.
For those wanting to explore the waters below, scuba diving is a must-try. You can do a short resort course to enjoy a single dive, or try a PADI Open Water course if you are hoping to dive more often. Read our guide to Seychelles scuba diving for tips on where to dive.
As you can see, you will certainly not be spoiled for choice when it comes to finding Seychelles adventures during your upcoming trip.