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The Seychelles is the perfect concoction of luxury, serenity, and bliss. Scattered like jewels in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles islands are just 4 degrees south of the equator. These islands will enchant you with the friendliness of their people, breathtaking beauty, turquoise lagoons, and soft sand beaches. Its archipelago is made up of 115 islands, some of which are Mahe, Praslin, La Digue, Curieuse, Cousin, Cousine, Fregate, Felicite, North Island & Silhouette.

The islands are sandy and shaded with palm and coconut trees. We believe that this destination is ideal for those who are looking for an island holiday where you are offered the finest selection of hotels from the luxurious hotel chains. Guests have the exclusive choice of transfers between the islands by plane, boat or helicopter. The activities to look out for in Seychelles are diving, fishing, cruising, sailing and water sports of all kinds.

Staff Comment
Orlagh Hogan Rekindle your passion for life at the beautiful, friendly 5* Constance Ephélia. Lie back and relax in the serenity of your very own furnished terrace with stunning ocean views

Orlagh Hogan

Senior Travel Consultant
Offer Summary
  • Flights to Seychelles with Emirates
  • Return transfers on arrival
  • 7 nights accommodation staying at the 5* Constance Ephélia Resort
  • Based on 2 sharing
  • Prices shown valid for traveling June 2017
  • Return flights to Dublin including airport taxes
  • Quote Ref 1492124
Hotels this offer applies to
Constance Ephélia

Half Board

Coco de Mer Hotel and Black Parrot Suites
Seychelles (+€0)

Bed and Breakfast

Banyan Tree Seychelles
Seychelles (+€3204)

Bed and Breakfast

Staff Tips -
Audrey Joyce

Audrey Joyce
Senior Travel Consultant

  • For diving and snorkeling, April/May/June and September/October/November are perfect with visibility at 30+ meters. It's not bad at all the rest of the year except maybe June, when rough seas reign.
  • Tourists arriving in the Seychelles will receive a free map of the main islands at the airport.
Julie Mc Gahan

Julie Mc Gahan
Senior Travel Consultant

  • Wine is rather expensive in the Seychelles (simple wines cost from around 100 to 150 SCR). Those of you who like a decent glass with their fish dinner but have to keep the dough together should consider bringing a bottle or two with them. In some Guesthouses it's no problem to "bring your own".
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