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Seychelles honeymoons? Simple.

If you want to celebrate your marriage like the A-listers, consider going on honeymoon to the Seychelles. This archipelago was the top choice of the newly-wedded Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Clooneys – so it’s fair to say these islands are pretty special.


The Seychelles is made up of over 100 isles, each with white-sand beaches, swaying palms and topaz-blue waters. And, as you’d expect from a celebrity honeymoon destination, this place doesn’t do things by halves. You can look forward to five-star resorts offering relaxing spa treatments for two, private dining on the sands, and romantic suites with stunning sea views. Unwind on the sun-soaked beach, go for a dip in the tranquil pool, and sip Champagne on your balcony as you watch the sunset.


If you manage to drag yourself away from your luxury hotel, you’ll find that there’s plenty to do on your Seychelles honeymoon. Go snorkelling in the warm, crystal-clear waters, where you’ll see vibrant coral reefs and rainbow-coloured fish. And, if you’ve always wanted to learn to dive, there are several world-class diving schools dotted across the islands, where you can learn the ropes before heading out to sea. If you’re a couple of animal-lovers, visit Cousin Island to see giant tortoises, and keep your eyes peeled for exotic birds like the blue pigeon, paradise flycatcher and white-tailed tropicbird. And no honeymoon to the Seychelles would be complete without a spot of island-hopping. You can sail to romantic beaches, discover lush national parks and admire these beautiful isles from the Indian Ocean.


Whether your ideal honeymoon consists of little more than lazy days on the beach and in the spa, or you’re keen to explore tangled jungles and volcanic peaks, the Seychelles offers an enchanting and unforgettable backdrop for your romantic getaway.

Choosing your island

Honeymoon hotels

Things to do

Best time to go

Choosing your island

Once you’ve chosen to go on honeymoon to the Seychelles, the next big decision is which island you’d like to stay on. How can you choose, when they’re all so beautiful? Well, the most accessible options are Mahé, Praslin and La Digue. Mahé is the largest and a great all-rounder, with glorious beaches, miles of hiking trails and a variety of cultural attractions.

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If you’d prefer somewhere smaller – but still with plenty of life – Praslin is the ideal middle-ground option. Here, you’ll find lively waterfront bars and restaurants, UNESCO-protected Praslin National Park, and one of the Seychelles’ most lauded beaches, Anse Lazio. And then there’s the laidback isle of La Digue. Everyone travels by bike here and, since the island has no light pollution, it’s perfect for stargazing. La Digue also makes a fabulous base for day trips to surrounding uninhabited islands, where you can pretend you’re the only two people on Earth.

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Honeymoon hotels

The Seychelles is teeming with luxurious, romantic resorts. If you want to stay on the biggest island, Mahé, consider Kempinski Seychelles Resort. Tucked away in the exclusive Baie Lazare area, this beautiful hotel boasts a fantastic spa, where you can unwind with Kempinski’s selection of massages, body wraps and soothing therapies. And the resort is partnered with the five-star PADI dive centre next door – so you can explore the Seychelles’ underwater world with knowledgeable guides and first-class equipment.

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Alternatively, take a look at the quieter island of Praslin. To the north, Constance Lemuria Resort is sprawled across white sands. Boasting watersports, bike hire and the Seychelles’ only 18-hole golf course, this place is perfect for couples who like to keep busy – but there’s also a serene spa, for when you fancy taking some time out.
If you’re looking for a secluded retreat, though, Raffles Seychelles takes the prize. Also on Praslin, this gorgeous hotel is made up of private villas. You’ll have your very own plunge pool, terrace and daybed beneath a pavilion – all just footsteps from the Indian Ocean.

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Things to do

You can be as laidback or as active as you like on your honeymoon in the Seychelles. Explore at your own pace with a boat trip between the islands, and discover the archipelago’s best beaches. The idyllic Anse Source d’Argent on La Digue is immediately recognisable, thanks to its turquoise waters and distinctive granite boulders. Mahé’s Anse Intendance offers plenty of sunbathing spots, while Anse Lazio on Praslin is famous for its fantastic snorkelling.

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But there’s plenty more to see on dry land. You can hike through lush forests and rugged mountains in Morne Seychellois National Park on the island of Mahé. Or take a romantic stroll along the walking trails of Praslin National Park.

To celebrate your marriage in style, why not set sail on a sunset cruise for two? Or you could request a unique dining experience at your hotel, where the concierge will be able to arrange an exclusive dinner for two on the beach or in the privacy of your room.

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Best time to go

The tropical climate means temperatures in the Seychelles tend to hover between 24oC and 32oC throughout the year. As a series of islands, though, the Seychelles’ climate also depends on the wind. From June to September, the southeast trade winds usher in cooler, drier weather. But, due to the timing of school holidays, this is also the busiest – and most expensive – time to go to the Seychelles.

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Alternatively, you could play your honeymoon for April, May, October or November – perfect timing if you’re getting married in spring or summer. These months are typically warm, calm and windless, so you’ll be able to both explore and sunbathe in comfort.

It’s best to avoid going to the Seychelles between December and March, if you can, as this is when tropical trade winds bring warmer and wetter airstreams, along with heavy rains.

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Choosing your island

Choosing your island

Once you’ve chosen to go on honeymoon to the Seychelles, the next big decision is which island you’d like to stay on. How can you choose, when they’re all so beautiful? Well, the most accessible options are Mahé, Praslin and La Digue. Mahé is the largest and a great all-rounder, with glorious beaches, miles of hiking trails and a variety of cultural attractions.

Show More
Show Less

If you’d prefer somewhere smaller – but still with plenty of life – Praslin is the ideal middle-ground option. Here, you’ll find lively waterfront bars and restaurants, UNESCO-protected Praslin National Park, and one of the Seychelles’ most lauded beaches, Anse Lazio. And then there’s the laidback isle of La Digue. Everyone travels by bike here and, since the island has no light pollution, it’s perfect for stargazing. La Digue also makes a fabulous base for day trips to surrounding uninhabited islands, where you can pretend you’re the only two people on Earth.

Show More
Show Less

Honeymoon hotels

Honeymoon hotels

The Seychelles is teeming with luxurious, romantic resorts. If you want to stay on the biggest island, Mahé, consider Kempinski Seychelles Resort. Tucked away in the exclusive Baie Lazare area, this beautiful hotel boasts a fantastic spa, where you can unwind with Kempinski’s selection of massages, body wraps and soothing therapies. And the resort is partnered with the five-star PADI dive centre next door – so you can explore the Seychelles’ underwater world with knowledgeable guides and first-class equipment.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, take a look at the quieter island of Praslin. To the north, Constance Lemuria Resort is sprawled across white sands. Boasting watersports, bike hire and the Seychelles’ only 18-hole golf course, this place is perfect for couples who like to keep busy – but there’s also a serene spa, for when you fancy taking some time out.
If you’re looking for a secluded retreat, though, Raffles Seychelles takes the prize. Also on Praslin, this gorgeous hotel is made up of private villas. You’ll have your very own plunge pool, terrace and daybed beneath a pavilion – all just footsteps from the Indian Ocean.

Show More
Show Less

Things to do

Things to do

You can be as laidback or as active as you like on your honeymoon in the Seychelles. Explore at your own pace with a boat trip between the islands, and discover the archipelago’s best beaches. The idyllic Anse Source d’Argent on La Digue is immediately recognisable, thanks to its turquoise waters and distinctive granite boulders. Mahé’s Anse Intendance offers plenty of sunbathing spots, while Anse Lazio on Praslin is famous for its fantastic snorkelling.

Show More
Show Less

But there’s plenty more to see on dry land. You can hike through lush forests and rugged mountains in Morne Seychellois National Park on the island of Mahé. Or take a romantic stroll along the walking trails of Praslin National Park.

To celebrate your marriage in style, why not set sail on a sunset cruise for two? Or you could request a unique dining experience at your hotel, where the concierge will be able to arrange an exclusive dinner for two on the beach or in the privacy of your room.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to go

The tropical climate means temperatures in the Seychelles tend to hover between 24oC and 32oC throughout the year. As a series of islands, though, the Seychelles’ climate also depends on the wind. From June to September, the southeast trade winds usher in cooler, drier weather. But, due to the timing of school holidays, this is also the busiest – and most expensive – time to go to the Seychelles.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, you could play your honeymoon for April, May, October or November – perfect timing if you’re getting married in spring or summer. These months are typically warm, calm and windless, so you’ll be able to both explore and sunbathe in comfort.

It’s best to avoid going to the Seychelles between December and March, if you can, as this is when tropical trade winds bring warmer and wetter airstreams, along with heavy rains.

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Show Less

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