Accessed by a short flight from Johannesburg or Nairobi, Seychelles offer a perfect extension to any safari or merit a separate trip of their own. We enjoy creating unforgettable destination weddings and honeymoons in these magnificent islands.

The Seychelles Islands are what dreams are made of ... 115 astonishingly beautiful islands anchored 1,000 miles off the coast of East Africa and just 4 degrees south of the Equator. Virtually a protected zone, The Seychelles enjoy year round gorgeous weather, and miss the cyclone path of the Indian Ocean. A tapestry of tropical forests, exotic plants and flowers, huge granite boulders and the most beautiful palm fringed beaches. Its relative isolation over the centuries has resulted in a unique ecology with many unusual species such as the giant land tortoises and rare birds. Seychelles is less developed and more 'natural' than Mauritius or Maldives. Islands give rise to lush green mountains, mixed into the huge, black granite rocks and white sand beaches. Resorts specialize in many flavors of leisure. Sail between the islands on resort yachts. Hike through nature reserves to spot rare bird species. Relax at world class spas, with the ocean lapping in the background. Experience world class salt water fly fishing and avlinks style golf courses. Many resorts are on their own private islands, offering romance, seclusion, and ultimate luxury. Seychelles is reputed to have some of the best scuba diving in the Indian Ocean. Human-size sea fans, green turtles, stingrays, sharks, shipwrecks and the seasonal visit of the rare and gentle whale sharks make it a diver's dream. The Aldabran Atoll has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to the world's largest population of giant tortoises.

The Seychelles Islands are what dreams are made of ... 115 astonishingly beautiful islands anchored 1,000 miles off the coast of East Africa and just 4 degrees south of the Equator. Virtually a protected zone, The Seychelles enjoy year round gorgeous weather, and miss the cyclone path of the Indian Ocean. A tapestry of tropical forests, exotic plants and flowers, huge granite boulders and the most beautiful palm fringed beaches. Its relative isolation over the centuries has resulted in a unique ecology with many unusual species such as the giant land tortoises and rare birds. Seychelles is less developed and more 'natural' than Mauritius or Maldives. Islands give rise to lush green mountains, mixed into the huge, black granite rocks and white sand beaches. Resorts specialize in many flavors of leisure. Sail between the islands on resort yachts. Hike through nature reserves to spot rare bird species. Relax at world class spas, with the ocean lapping in the background. Experience world class salt water fly fishing and avlinks style golf courses. Many resorts are on their own private islands, offering romance, seclusion, and ultimate luxury. Seychelles is reputed to have some of the best scuba diving in the Indian Ocean. Human-size sea fans, green turtles, stingrays, sharks, shipwrecks and the seasonal visit of the rare and gentle whale sharks make it a diver's dream. The Aldabran Atoll has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to the world's largest population of giant tortoises.