Seychelles Package

Useful Information

 Capital Victoria
 Population 94,228
 Currency Seychellois rupee
 Major Religion Christianity

Abiding Seychelles Vacation

  • 6 Night Accommodation with hotel
  • Daily Breakfasts
  • Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers on SIC basis
  • Airfare
  • La Digue Tour
  • Praslin Tour
  • Anse source d’argent
  • vallée de mai national park
  • ile cocos marine national park
  • North & South tour of Mahe
06 Nights/ 07 Days
73,000
Mahe, Praslin and La Digue

Refreshing Seychelles Tour

  • 5 Night Accommodation with hotel
  • Daily Breakfasts
  • Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers on SIC basis
  • Airfare
  • Victoria Market
  • Botanical Garden
  • Natural Museum
  • 90-minute massage and spa
  • La Digue and Praslin Trip
  • Anse Intendance Beach with sea turtles
05 Nights/ 06 Days
65,000
Mahe, La Digue & Praslin

      Best Time To Visit- Month-by-month guide to travelling.

The beautiful Seychelles is no less than an eye candy at any time of the year. During these months, the northwest trade wind keeps the climate hot and humid. If you are wondering what will keep the kids amused, while you indulge in romantic treats, sea turtle hatchlings are quite spot-able during these months!

Carrying forward the beautiful climate of the previous months, April holds up Seychelles standards of hot and humid. Although it can get a little sticky for some since the occasional breeze might fail to please you. It’s less windy and thus the beauty of humidity might be lost on some.

Even with the south-east trade winds, the climate remains hot and humid. It’s better to stick to the west coast of the island during this time of the year. Seychelles does not fail to wonder tourists with its climate, flora and fauna at any time of the year, thanks to its tropical setting.

Similar to the previous months, the climate remains hot and humid. The south east trade winds continue their voyage and it’s still recommended to stay on the west coast of the island. What adds a little tropical spice to this month is the commencement of the Whale-Shark season!

The April weather is back with the winds keeping it low at this time of the year. However that tiny draw-back is easily ignored given that it is a peak season for whale sharks while hawksbill turtles start laying their eggs.

It is time to move to the east coast of the island, since the Northwest trade winds have begun their journey. The Hawksbill turtle eggs keep the tourists fascinated while the hot and humid tropical atmosphere set the holiday mood.

This is a busy time for Seychelles, even as the rain fall sees an increase. The North-west trade winds and turtles’ egg-laying is just as wonderful as before, only with a larger audience due to the start of the festive season.

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