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Luxury Seychelles Honeymoons

The ultimate beach getaway and one of the world’s most romantic destinations, there is no better host for any luxury honeymoon than the Seychelles. The islands has à deux indelibly printed into its pearl-white sand. This is the archetypal tropical paradise: deserted beaches, thickly cloaked interiors, infinite topaz waters, a pantone-coloured marine life, some of the most romantic private retreats on earth, and even a friendly population of giant tortoises.

A thousand miles off the east coast of Africa, these dreamy drops in the Indian Ocean feel utterly remote. There are 115 outposts in total, each beguiling in its own individual way. Perfect island-hopping material (helped by regular flights, ferries, speedboat and helicopter transfers), many visitors combine at least two or three destinations to really let the Seychelles get under their skin.

Seychelles Honeymoon Turquoise Holidays

Why go on honeymoon in the Seychelles?

1. Island Hopping Heaven. The Seychelles is the perfect island hopping destination and we highly recommend visiting at least two islands on your honeymoon. The two main islands of Mahe and Praslin are the perfect combination, boasting some of the worlds most famous beaches and stunning landscapes. If time and budget permit, the outer coralline islands are Robinson Crusoe castaway at its best.

2. Meet a giant tortoise. Famous for having the oldest colony amongst the Seychellois community, your luxury honeymoon won’t be complete until you have had your photo taken with a giant tortoise! The largest groups of these gentle natured beasts live on the outer coralline islands such as Denis Island, where they run a conservation and breeding project. However, you can also spot them on Praslin and the neighbouring island of La Digue.

3. Day trip to La Digue. Take a journey back in time and visit La Digue island which lies just a short boat ride off the coast of Praslin. Cars and motorised vehicles are limited and the preferred way to transport around this tiny island gem is by bicycle or Ox & Cart. Step over a giant tortoise or ten on your way to a local café and experience local Seychellois life at its best.

4. Calling all water babies. The reefs surrounding the outer coralline islands such as DenisNorth Island provide the ultimate playground for water babies of all levels. With some of the best fly fishing in the world, join a crew and help haul in the catch of the day for the evenings BBQ dinner, or head under the surface to experience a colourful menagerie of fish and coral alike.

5. Rent a car. The islands of Mahe and Praslin are fantastic for couples looking for luxury island living, with a bit of room to explore too. Renting a car is the easiest way to get around, visit the bustling capital Victoria on Mahe and the Valle de Mai on Praslin where you will learn the history and heritage of the Seychelles, and the source of the famously ‘bum’ shaped Coco de Mer bean – so synonymous with the destination

Our Favourite Honeymoon Resorts:


Banyan Tree Seychelles

Set on the pretty south-west coast of Mahé, 60 pool villas tumble down a craggy hillside punctuated with granite boulders to the powder white soft sands of Anse Intendance – widely regarded as one of the finest beaches on the planet!

Four Seasons Resort Seychelles

A stay here is akin to residing in your very own ‘garden of Eden’. Emerald green jungle-clad hills cascade down to a pristine beach, licked by the impossibly turquoise waters of the west coast of Mahé. 

Maia Luxury Resort & Spa

Serenely nestled in a secluded, unspoiled bay on the lush green island of Mahé, this stunning retreat has undoubtedly redefined the concept of ‘indulgent escapism’. Maia is a tranquil all-villa refuge where total peace and privacy prevail.

Constance Lémuria

Tucked awayon the north-west corner of Praslin, Constance Lémuria casts her gaze over three incredible beaches, which are washed by the warm, iridescent waters of the Indian Ocean and sheltered from the prevailing winds. 

Raffles Praslin Seychelles

'Wow factor’ moments are ten-apenny when it comes to the Seychelles but Raffles Praslin is a particular favourite here at Turquoise. 86 Pool Villas stand sentinel over a panorama of vivid azure waters and gleaming white sand.  

North Island

This is one of those rare places that is revered across the planet as the crème de la crème of private islands, synonymous with seclusion, romance and breathtaking natural beauty. At North Island, barefoot-luxe meets unspoilt authenticity!

A coral cay carpeted with tropical forest and encircled by the softest-of-soft white sand – why wouldn’t you go?! The clue is in the name – Denis is a family-owned private island whose charm lies in its intimate service and seclusion – for honeymooners, this is pure bliss! Stay in one of 25 cottages scattered along the beach  - dine on fresh-from-the-ocean fish and mingle with the island’s inhabitants – giant tortoises, green turtles and an abundance of birds! The pace is unhurried and the diving, fishing and snorkelling are sensational!

Six Senses Zil Pasyon is the brand new private island resort to open in the Seychelles. Six Senses is famed for its stunning natural and authentic materials, impeccable service and laidback atmosphere and we are super excited that Zil Pasyon is coming to the Seychelles.

In 1502, Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama identified and mapped a cluster of uninhabited coralline and granitic islands whilst sailing from India to Africa. From this moment, the islands of the Seychelles have born influence from countless cultures. Not only did this founding discovery shape the country’s historic journey, over 500 years later, it has shaped the concept behind The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach. A unique oceanside retreat with all the modernity’s of a 5-star resort and a Seychellois storyline running throughout, the hotel offers an abundance of dining options and facilities to guests, as well as independent bars and restaurants within walking distance. This combination of luxury and local makes The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach a Turquoise favourite.

Island of the month: Mauritius

Mauritius isn’t just an island to enjoy a luxury hotel with soft, white sandy shores and delicious locally grown food with tip-top service. It’s also an island to explore and find exhilarating activities such as hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, as well as helicopter tours and swimming to a waterfall.

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Island of the month: Mauritius

Mauritius isn’t just an island to enjoy a luxury hotel with soft, white sandy shores and delicious locally grown food with tip-top service. It’s also an island to explore and find exhilarating activities such as hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, as well as helicopter tours and swimming to a waterfall.