Romancing the Seychelles Islands

Romancing the Seychelles Islands

Seychelles has long been dubbed ‘the islands of love’. Home to the unique Vallée de Mai – purported by many to be the site of the original Garden of Eden – it is little wonder that lovers are inspired to take their vows and wed in this gentle and romantic atmosphere.

Marriage and/or honeymoon packages ensure that clients’ wedding day or honeymoon can be as blissfully romantic and unique as their wildest dreams can conjure, and that the memories of those special days will become forever emblazoned in their hearts.

Whether in Seychelles for a wedding or honeymoon, make a rendezvous with destiny. Couples can their own stage for the most romantic days of their life beneath swaying palms alongside warm azure waters fringed by the silver-soft sands of hidden beaches.

A selection of hotels, both large and small, as well as a choice of discreet island hideaways for honeymoons will intensify intimacy as couples lazily soak up their first glorious days and nights together. Sip exotic tropical cocktails against the backdrop of crimson sunsets. Visit the island of La Digue where time stands still and bicycles and the ox-cart hold sway on the pathways to dream beaches such as Anse Source D’Argent.

Quietly stroll in the Vallée de Mai where the legendary Coco-de-mer nut grows high on ancient palms. Dine tête à tête with feet in the sand on uncrowded beaches. Try dancing the moutia, whose sensuous rhythms beckon from the flicker of a beach fire beneath a lover’s moon.

Seychelles invites travellers to come and savour the ultimate in tropical romance, and be swept off their feet by the breathtaking beauty of the world’s most stunning islands. Seychelles is home to a  carefree lifestyle and the services of dedicated professionals whose attention to detail will leave couples with the freedom to enjoy the romantic experience of a lifetime.

 


A network of air and sea connections places these islands within easy reach, with excursions by local operators offering the chance of day trips to the closer islands where you can enjoy nature walks, swimming, snorkelling and traditional Creole food. For more details see Seychelles.com.