Seychelles is a one-stop destination to fulfil all the wishes and dreams of your honeymoon. Of course, the island nation will be a dream place for the couples.
The words do no justice to the beauty which this place holds. This place simply is best for #HoneymoonGoals. A paradise for bird lovers and a beach spot, this is where you need to go after you exchange your vows.
The islands here are open to all of your options, whether you choose to laze around the beach or go adventurous with water sports.
What else to add? Cambridge’s Duke and Duchess, and football star David Beckham and his wife Victoria, as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton, have also honeymooned here.
Nature & sports
Every island has plenty of hikes but there are two that we would recommend. The challenging Copolia Trail on Mahé Island ends at a cliff top which offers a spectacular view of the turquoise blue waters of the Seychelles and the surrounding islands. It is a home to the unusual Coco De Mer, Vallee de Mai and offers a 3-hour hike through a plantation.
Seychelles is one of the world’s few countries where you can see and even touch giant tortoises. Make sure you put L’Union Estate on your Seychelles honeymoon itinerary. Here you can visit old plantation houses, and spend time with lazy tortoises.
Relaxing on a quiet beach
There are even more calming and rejuvenating activities than spending time on a beach. There are plenty of beautiful beaches to sell at Seychelles. Among our favorites are Anse Source D’argent and Corte d’Or for Honeymoon. But the best part is that in Seychelles, it is easy to get an entire stretch of beach to yourself.
Be sure to bring your sunscreen, a scarf, a book and some wine to one of the beautiful beaches in Seychelles.
Mahé celebrates the Kréol Festival from 23-29 October, bringing together all the communities on the island to celebrate their special “Creoleness” Billed as “the largest and most important event in the cultural calendar of the Seychelles.
The Seychelles Ocean Festival is dedicated in November to highlight the oceans and the blue economy of the country, wildlife, fishing, sailing, and more through film screenings, exhibits, gala dinners, and sporting events.
Champagne while watching dolphins on a cruise
Let me play a scenario for you – you’re sipping chilled champagne in a small boat that bobs up and down on turquoise waters. Unexpectedly, between two tiny islands in the middle of nowhere, you’re seeing five friendly dolphins swimming in and out of the sea. When the day turns into evening and your boat takes you back to shore, you’re wondering whether it’s a vision you’ve just experienced or remembered something, well that’s Seychelles for you!