Affordable ParadiseHolidays to Seychelles, the tropical paradise of affluence, elegance and luxury that’s out of reach for all but the select few? Not quite! You could spend up to the skies on a five-star resort with the plush bathrobe thrown in, but why? There’s more to a Seychelles holiday than the rarefied atmosphere of posh resorts. After all, the Seychellois who live there don’t pay resort prices, so why should you? Cheap holidays to Seychelles are attainable and available now – but you don’t have to tell the neighbours what a sweet deal you got.The miles of beaches are public – and beautiful and clean. Every turn in the path reveals tropical wonders and colours that even the most comprehensive guidebook cannot hope to replicate. The Seychelles boast a terrific range of boutique hotels and self-catered accommodation making your Seychelles holidays an affordable dream. With acres of pristine beachfront, turquoise seas and tropical foliage, anywhere you stay will delight the senses and refresh the spirit. With so many choices of accommodation and islands, a holiday to Seychelles begins by deciding whether to holiday on the main island, Mahé, or branch out to smaller islands like La Digue and Praslin. The great news is there are no wrong choices.
Mahé – Capital of ParadiseMahé, the largest island at 17 miles wide and 5 miles long, is where your international flight will land and your affordable holiday in the Seychelles begins. Affordable boutique hotels like Lazare Picault or Anse Soleil Beachcomber could tempt you to stay here for your entire holiday, but after you browse the capital city of Victoria and take in the beautiful white sand beaches surrounding Mahé, you’ll want to see more jewels in this archipelago of dreams.Praslin – World HeritagePraslin has the honour of being the world’s smallest designated World Heritage site, and is home of the famous Coco de Mer tree and exotic black parrots. If you are on a quest for the most beautiful beach in the world, Anse Lazio on Praslin is consistently rated in the top ten. Once proclaimed as the Garden of Eden, Praslin is a tropical wonderland. Small boutique hotels like Le Relax Beach Resort or Les Villas d’Or put you into this Seychelles holiday paradise without breaking your holiday budget.La Digue BeckonsAs the fourth-largest island in the Seychelles archipelago, La Digue is small enough to boast ox-cart or bicycles as the main form of transport. With friendly locals and a very relaxed pace of life, this is the ultimate retreat for the over-stressed. With white sand beaches and much-photographed granite rock formations, La Digue is an excellent choice for your holiday to the Seychelles. For accommodation, Fleur de Lys offers clean and affordable self-catering bungalows just 150 metres from the sea, or let the staff do the cooking and stay at the Chateau St Cloud for about the same price.
Start Planning your Seychelles Holiday NowWith so many deals available, this is the perfect time to find cheap holidays to Seychelles, so start researching and you could be setting off on the holiday of a lifetime. The best part is that since it’s so affordable, you could experience the Seychelles more than once in a lifetime. Choose the right operator and you can buy a cheap holiday in Seychelles from around £800 to £1,000 per person – one that includes return air, hotel accommodation and transfers! You might just find that holidays to the Seychelles are the perfect island antidote to summers on our own temperate islands. It’s up to you whether you tell the neighbours or keep this to yourself.
I have an interest in travel and having been to the Seychelles, I discovered that a holiday to a dream destination doesn’t need to be expensive or break the bank, there are cheap holidays to Seychelles out there! This is why I decided to share my experience and write this article. It is definitely an interesting subject and something that not a lot people know.