Romantic Couple Seychelles



  • Seychelles: The sun’s rays reflecting off the ivory sand, topaz waters, lush green jungles, the fiery skies and laidback vibe make this destination seem surreal. Spend your days relaxing and lazing around on the idyllic beaches and taking a dip in the pristine waters. Soak into Seychelles where the ‘tropical dream-come-true’ is made reality.
  • Praslin Island: Blessed with a naturally beautiful coastline, it’s a paradise for beach lovers. Lush greenery enveloping the hills and stunning white beaches, Praslin is an absolute source of ecstasy. Other than the beaches, this island’s also popular for its ‘Coco de mar’ palm trees and the rare Black Parrot. Mere words are not adequate enough to describe this heaven on earth.
  • Mahe Island: Apart from sweeping and stunning beaches, Mahe offers a lot more – mountain walks, viewpoints, jungles, waterfalls and adventure activities. Whether you want to sit back and relax with your loved one or partake in other activities, Mahe Island has it all.
  • La Digue Island:  Hidden away in the vast Indian Ocean, this timeless oasis is guarded by warm turquoise waters and lures people in from the world over for its tropical island experience. You are beckoned here with smiles, warmth and colour. With beautiful beaches, relaxed vibe and a hint of local vibe, it’s very difficult to say no.
Mahe (3), Praslin (3)
Arrival (Mahe), Departure (Praslin)


What is included

  • 3 Nights accommodation in Mahe Island on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast
  • 3 Nights accommodation in Praslin Island on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast
  • Return ferry between Mahe & Praslin Island
  • Airport & inter hotel transfers on sharing basis


What is excluded

  • Airfare, Visa, GST, Tips & surcharges


Seychelles is humid and hot. The average yearly temperature is 29°C and the average temperature of the sea rarely drops below 27°C. During the southeast monsoon that is from May until September, its cooler and the warmth begins to set in between November to March. April and October are the transition months when the wind is variable.