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Goodnight Düsseldorf, Good Morning Seychelles

30th March 2017 saw Air Seychelles launch a new direct route to Düsseldorf, Germany. In the lead up to the launch of this exciting new European route, Air Seychelles offered some amazing deals for both day trippers (14hrs to explore the city) and those wanting a more relaxed long weekend away[…]

Day Tripping: The Vallee De Mai

From the smallest frog, to the heaviest land tortoise and the only flightless bird in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles nurtures an amazing array of endemic species surrounded by untouched, exceptional natural beauty.     Our islands are considered a living museum of natural history and a sanctuary for some of the[…]

Underwater World: Snorkeling in Seychelles

The Seychelles archipelago is made up of over 115 stunning islands and islets emerging from the Indian Ocean. Each island has it own unique colourful character, however they all have one thing in common – white sandy beaches bathed by warm, crystal-clear aqua waters. Amazingly over 50% of the Seychelles territory[…]

New Years Resolutions: Seychelles Eco Marathon

Bonzour readers and Happy New Year to you all! We hope you had a wonderful festive season and that you partied your way into 2017 as we did! You may have seen from our social media feeds that we hosted a huge Christmas lunch at Anse Royale this year with some[…]

10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Seychelles

Today we thought we’d share a few interesting facts about the Seychelles Islands that you probably didn’t know: 1. The 115 islands of the Seychelles stretch across the Indian Ocean, but its three main islands, Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue form the main hub of culture and commerce and contain[…]

Birds of Seychelles: Black Parrot and Paradise Fly Catcher

The unspoilt islands of the Seychelles are the perfect nesting grounds for all sorts of wild life. This week we are going to show you the most well known and rarest birds of the Seychelles, the Black Parrot and Black Paradise Flycatcher. Black Parrot One of the most famous and[…]

Local Art Spotlight: George Camille Studio

The Seychelles and its people are often described as a ‘melting pot of cultures’ – originally settled in the 18th century by Europeans who brought African slaves to work on their plantations, the 19th century saw Indian, Chinese and Arabic traders arrive on the islands as well as free settlers from around the[…]

Day Tripping: Moking around Praslin

As mentioned in last weeks post, Stuart’s dad Warwick recently spent a week in the Seychelles on his way back from Europe which gave us the perfect excuse to down tools and play tourist. We covered a lot of ground in the week that Warwick was here, island hopping, beach barbecuing, mini-moking and hiking. One[…]

Hiking: Anse Major Trail

Stuart’s dad is visiting from Australia this week which has given us the perfect excuse to down tools and play tourist. Yesterday we FINALLY made the coastal hike across to Anse Major and WOW did it not disappoint. Swimsuited and booted, we started the hike at 9:30am, stocked with supplies of water, breadfruit chips, towels, snorkelling gear and sunscreen. The[…]

Island Hopping – A Must When Visiting Seychelles

Island Hopping is a must when visiting the Seychelles, whether it be only a day trip or extended stay on one of the many beautiful islands in our picturesque archipelago. Each island boasts its only geography, character and history and will add its own unforgettable memories to your stay.    […]