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Banyan Tree Seychelles
Seychelles

The Banyan Tree Seychelles is located on the picturesque south-western coastline of Mahé Island. It is a tropical haven surrounded by flora and fauna, perfect for a tranquil getaway or for the holiday of a lifetime...

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Denis Private Island
Seychelles

Denis Island is a tropical cocoon from where to enjoy the barefoot luxury of authentic, island living. With private beachfront cottages and superb cuisine, it is an idyllic place to relax and unwind...

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Four Seasons - Desroches Island
Seychelles

Desroches forms part of the Amirantes group of islands (a remote coral atoll), 230km south-west of Mahé in the Seychelles, and is linked to the core infrastructure network of Mahé by a daily 40 minute scheduled flight and private charter flights...

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Constance Ephélia Resort
Seychelles

Situated on two of the most beautiful beaches on the island of Mahé, overlooking the marine national park of Port Launay, Ephélia Resort enjoys a unique location set within 120 hectares of land with luxuriant and rare vegetation...

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Four Seasons Resort Seychelles
Seychelles

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is located in South-west Mahé, on the Seychelles' mainland, with a year-round warm climate...

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Hilton Northolme Resort & Spa
Seychelles

The Hilton Northolme Resort & Spa is a 5 Star resort on the island of Mahé. Comprised completely of private villas, it's a secluded hideaway nestling on the hillside and along small beach coves on Beau Vallon Bay...

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Hotel L'Archipel
Seychelles

Hotel L'Archipel is located in the north-east region of Praslin, the second largest island of the Seychelles, at the end of the famous Côte d'Or bay...

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La Digue Island Lodge
Seychelles

La Digue Island Lodge is set along the Anse Reunion beach among tropical gardens overlooking Praslin Island...

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Le Méridien Fisherman's Cove
Seychelles

Perched on the western tip of the Beau Vallon Bay, Le Meridien Fisherman's Cove is set amidst a tropical garden with lush exotic vegetation...

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Lémuria Resort
Seychelles

Just 5 minutes from Praslin Airport, Lémuria Resort is situated on the northwest coast of the island. Surrounded by rare vegetation and the Indian Ocean, the hotel lies directly on three sandy beaches...

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North Island
Seychelles

North Island is a place of barefoot luxury for those seeking an unspoilt, spectacular tropical retreat. It is one of the 'inner' islands of the Seychelles - often referred to as amongst the most beautiful on Earth...

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Sainte Anne Resort & Spa
Seychelles

Sainte Anne Resort & Spa is Beachcomber's only Seychelles hotel and is the sole hotel on the beautiful island of Sainte Anne...

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Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa
Seychelles

Set on a beach surrounded by tropical flora and fauna, the luxurious Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa is located on Silhouette Island...

ITINERARY IDEA

Day 1 - 7

Accommodation: North Island

Meal Basis: Full Board plus Activities

A wedding on North Island, is a most exclusive and wonderful paradise. This exquisite, privately owned Seychelles island is home to an eco-friendly lodge offering 11 über-luxurious villas, all situated a few metres from the ocean’s edge. Around the lodge – which was voted 'No 1 in the World - Best of the Best' in the 2006 Condé Nast Traveller Readers Awards – granite promontories dense with palm forests rise above fine sand beaches and calm aquamarine bays, where coral reefs thriving with marine life make for phenomenal snorkelling and diving. The focus on conservation means that visitors to North Island will be treated to sights of rare and endangered Seychelles flora and fauna, with a number of species reintroduced to the island in recent years.

Wedding arrangements are completely tailored to your individual wishes, from choosing the perfect spot on the island to deciding how to celebrate your first day as a married couple.

This itinerary is a guideline, Africa & Beyond tailor every trip to your individual specifications including all accommodation, flights, transfers & activities, please contact us to discuss your ideas.

 

ABOUT SEYCHELLES

The Republic of the Seychelles is made up of a cluster of 115 islands that lie scattered across 950,000 square kilometres of the Indian Ocean. This cluster is surrounded by warm waters and generally hot weather, and epitomises the expression 'tropical island paradise'.

The Seychellois themselves, of which only 80,000 inhabit the archipelago, call their home "Forever Eden" and it is no wonder, for life is prolific here. More than 1,000 flowering plant species grow in colourful profusion, over 220 bird species are recorded, and insects, amphibians and reptiles abound - amongst them the smallest frog and the largest land tortoise in the world. Mammals are less abundant as befits island ecosystems, with the most common being the famous flying fox, a large fruit bat.

Seychelles' magnificent islands possess unrivalled beauty ranging from the verdant forests to secluded beaches and together represent the ultimate tropical destination.

WHERE TO GO AND WHEN

Seychelles' enviable climate is always warm and without extremes. The temperature seldom drops below 24°C or rises above 32°C. All but the remotest southern islands lie comfortably outside the cyclone belt

During the north-west trade winds in Oct-Mar, the sea is generally calm and the weather warm and humid with cooling winds

In Jan/Feb the islands receive their rains. Between May and Sep the weather is cooler

WHAT TO DO

Tropical islands offer the ultimate escape from the modern world, and for many that is exactly the reason for visiting – to do very little

On many of the smaller islands, activities are offered by the accommodation and usually include water sports, fishing, diving, snorkelling, walking and bike trails, and possibly a few land-based sports

Mahe and Praslin are much larger islands and offer all of the above along with a more cultural aspect and shopping. It is not unusual to combine Mahe with another smaller island for this very reason.

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