Want to have a blowout honeymoon in the Seychelles? If you’re traveling to this string of pearls in the South Indian Ocean, you may as well go out all out. Below, we discuss a few ways you can achieve this goal in style…
Book a hotel or a villa with a view
The most crucial part of planning the perfect honeymoon in the Seychelles is booking accommodation at a breathtaking beautiful venue.
On Mahe, going with South Point Villas is a solid choice, as its perched position atop a cliff will grant you views that will make you look forward to waking up every morning with your love by your side.
If you are on Praslin instead, getting a room at Hotel l’Archipel will yield similarly favorable results, as its beachside location, boutique charm, and abundant amenities will give you everything you need to have a memorable honeymoon.
Finally, if you have some serious cash to splash around (that is, if you can drop $2,400 a night like it’s hot and not even care), then the super exclusive North Island Seychelles Hotel will impress with its dedication to open plan luxury.
With a guest list that has included celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, and Pierce Brosnan in the past, you might even meet someone famous in your time here!
Plan at least one dinner at an unforgettable restaurant
While the restaurant at your accommodation will suffice well enough for most of your trip, be sure to make an effort to go out to some of the best culinary establishments in the Seychelles, as the investment in time and money will be returned in a romantic meal that won’t be matched for years to come (if ever).
Del Place is just such a venue on Mahe, as it is noted for its killer views of its portion of the Seychelles’ enchanting seascape on its outdoor deck, as well as for its Italian influenced seafood – be sure to try the Red Snapper!
Over on Praslin, Les Lauriers will prove to be an exceptional choice as well, as its BBQ and Irish cuisine will win over your tastebuds, shattering myths that a buffet restaurant can’t possibly be good.
Take in the sights and attractions of one of the Indian Ocean’s most stunning archipelagos
Finally, there are many things to see and do on the Seychelles that will fill your days with fun, excitement, and scenic vistas that will be seared into your memory banks until the day that you die.
From watersports that include snorkeling and diving, to quiet beaches framed by stunning granite boulders, your time on these islands will be defined by beauty from start to finish.