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Seychelles Properties


Best time to visit:  Year Round
Diving - Apr to May & Oct to Nov
Sailing - May to Sept

The Seychelles is also home to the world’s largest raised coral atoll and a gorgeous nature reserve once believed to be the original site of the Garden of Eden. 

Photos by Dana Allen, Michael Poliza & Andrew Howard 

These lush islands are famous for their pristine uncrowded beaches, offering powder-soft sand, warm turquoise waters and sublime opportunities for swimming, snorkeling and delicious tranquility. The timeless beauty and diversity of the Seychelles makes for a breathtaking Uncharted adventure.

The Destination of Your Day Dreams
Ever imagine a banana-coconut tropical paradise where you can bask until you’re golden brown to the sounds of crystal clear waves and the taste of an icey mojito? The place you were imagining is none other than the world-class destination -  the Seychelles. 1,500 km east of Africa, the Seychelles is an archipelago made up of 115 coral and granite islands offering a marine tropic climate, pristine beaches, teal water and the dream destination of a life-time.

The Islands
A pirates passing since the 1600’s, this idyllic island has a short history of actual human habitation. Less than 250 years ago, the arrival of French settlers and African slaves has led to a current Creole-speaking population of 91,000 Seychellois - less people than any other country in Africa. There are also beautiful Creole houses, artists' studios, spectacular nature reserves and marine parks, as well as astounding natural wonders above and beneath the waves.  From diving and fishing to sharing the sparkly beaches with nesting sea-turtles, the Seychelles is a magical destination for anyone desiring a luxurious tropical escape. 

Top Properties in Seychelles

North Island

North Island

North Island in the Seychelles is an island paradise. It is a rare sanctuary for those seeking a gorgeous, unspoiled tropical haven that touches the lives of its guests and inspires them long after they leave. It is a Noah's Ark: a sanctuary where natural habitats are being rehabilitated and where critically endangered Seychelles fauna and flora are being reintroduced.Learn more »




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