Melting Pot of Culture

Granite and Coral Island Paradise

Located south of the equator near east Africa, Seychelles is a spectacular archipelago of 115 islands teeming with dense forests and giant granite mountains, along with as golden beaches and translucent seas. Home to two UNESCO heritage sites, the cultural background of Seychelles ranges from French to Indian and oriental influences, easily visible in the incredible union seen everywhere from the succulent fusion cuisine to the stunning colonial architecture. 



 With almost 50% of its limited landmass set aside as national parks and reserves. Seychelles prides itself on its record for far sighted conservation policies that have resulted in an enviable degree of protection for the environment and the varied ecosystems it supports.

The atoll’s islands nurture a vast array of both unique flora and fauna as well as the world’s largest population of 150,000 giant tortoises, and its lagoon boasts the most vibrant marine life of the entire archipelago.

Seychelles with its two distinct groups - the tall granite, 43 Inner Islands -- 41 granitic and 2 coralline. While 72 low-lying coralline cays, atolls and reef islands of the Outer Islands are divided into five groups: the Amirantes Group, the Southern Coral Group, Alphonse Group, Farquhar Group and finally the Aldabra Group. 

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Banyan Tree Seychelles

Car transfer of 30 minutes to the resort. Daytime and night time transfers available.