The Seychelles

Imagine lying on a beach, fine white sand beneath your feet and the soft sound of slow waves crashing onto the shores. Waves of clear water with a faint blue tint, dotted with huge boulders of volcanic stone and behind you a tiny little island - one of the 115 islands of the Seychelles. Amidst the indian ocean, more than hundreds of miles northeast of the coast of Madagascar, lie the Islands of the Republic of the Seychelles. 


With a number of 115 islands and a size of just a nudge over 170 square miles, you can imagine how small each of these islands are. The main island of Mahé, 60 square miles in size, has nearly 90% of the Republic’s total population living on the granite island. The Seychelles consist of granite, coral and even artificial islands. With a number of 115 islands, the Seychelles allow each and everyone to find his or her unspoiled, untouched paradisical beach among the waves of the Indian ocean - for themselves.
On the Aldabra-Atoll you find the largest population of the Aldabra giant tortoise and the Cuvierralle, the last living member of the flightless bird in the Indian ocean.




The climate on the Seychelles is the tropical rain forest climate. With very little differences in temperature throughout the year and a mostly sunny weather these islands are always a choice of destination. Just imagine being able to cruise these waters and finding yourselves a cove to spend the rest of your day - and tomorrow a new one for sure.