Water Sports Paradise with Crystal Blue Waters


Pristine Sanctuary + Legendary Beauty

Randomly scattered across the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles invites guests to explore its 115 islands.  Dense forests blend into white, sandy beaches, warm, turquoise waters and coral reefs, while bird sanctuaries, exotic vegetation, secluded coves, mountain peaks enchant visitors with their diversity.

With almost half of its landmass declared as nature reserves, the Seychelles remains a pristine sanctuary of legendary beauty.  Seychelles is divided into 43 Inner Islands and the Outer Islands – five groups of flat, low-lying coral atolls and reef islets, including Aldabra Atoll, the world’s largest raised coral atoll and a World Heritage Site with over 150,000 giant tortoises.

The Seychelles is synonymous with warm seas.  Crystal clear, azure and warm, the Indian Ocean laps pristine beaches and offers fantastic water sport opportunities.  This “forever Eden” is a great addition to your safari adventure.

Best time to travel: Year-round

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The Perfect Pairing

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Whether you’re looking for a classic safari, a private off-the-beaten path journey, a conservation/mission driven adventure, a small group safari, or a personal exploration of Africa’s cultures and rituals, Africa 360 can create your personalized trip of a lifetime.