Untouched, unspoiled and unforgettable

Comprising of an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles is renowned for its fabulous serene beaches, breathtaking coral reefs and nature reserves. The East African island country boasts sustainable tourism that ensures that the untouched and unspoiled islands remain so. On a luxury cruise tour you can experience authentic island life at its very best. Explore the outstanding onshore and offshore attractions and marvel at the country’s spectacular and protected wildlife.

At any time of the year, a cruise around the stunning Seychelles archipelago allows you to discover both the amazing marine life and the majestic mountain rainforests that provide the perfect backdrop to the stunning white sand coastline. Protected areas like the Cap Ternay Marine National Park offer an opportunity to explore the incredible underwater world of the ocean and secluded island lagoons. You can also get close to the rare giant tortoises, sea turtles, or 26 species of land-dwelling crab.

The Seychelles is an idyllic tropical paradise surrounded by aquamarine crystal clear waters. Diving and snorkelling are popular activities in the beautiful resort that boasts a relaxed and laidback vibe. The capital city Victoria, on Mahé Island, is a vibrant hub and home to the National Botanical Gardens where you will find indigenous orchids, palms and other plants, as well as giant tortoises and fruit bats.

Best Time to Go   All year round
Capital Victoria
Currency Seychellois rupee
Time Difference  GMT+4:00
Expert Tip The Seychelles are quintessential to the protection of several species of birds who have been on the brink of extinction. Cousin Island, a stop on Seychelles Cruises, is also known as Bird Island, and is an exciting stop for twitchers.

Seychelles Islands Cruises

$ 2,550.00
Board: Full Board
$ 3,590.00
Board: Full Board
$ 2,950.00
Board: Full Board
Anse Lazio, Seychelles Cruises

Anse Lazio

The beautiful sun kissed beach of Anse Lazio is situated on Praslin Island. A large bay and twin mountain peaks cradle the stretch of powdery white sands. Imposing rocky boulders and tall palm trees offer scenery and shade. The crystal clear turquoise waters are perfect for swimming, diving and snorkelling.

St Pierre, Seychelles Cruises

St Pierre

The tiny uninhabited, granite rock island of St Pierre is a favourite haunt of swimmers, divers, snorkellers and yachtsmen. You can reach its shoreline via boat, or you can swim the short distance from a neighbouring isle. In addition to the exceptional coral marine life, you can spot sea turtles and tropical birds.

La Digue, Seychelles Cruises

La Digue

La Digue has a reputation for having a relaxed vibe. The smallest of the three main inhabited islands, it has a tiny population of only 2,000 people. On the east coast is the village of La Passe, where you can shop, dine and enjoy sensational oceanic views of neighbouring Praslin Island.