Banyan Tree Seychelles
Nestled on Intendance Bay with spectacular views of the Indian Ocean, the Banyan Tree Seychelles fronts a stunning fine-grained white sand beach, fringed by swaying palm trees and lush tropical forest.
The hotel’s 60 pool villas combine the best of Seychellois architecture, with contemporary, colonial and ‘plantation’ dècor, offering high sloping ceilings, airy verandas, louvered doors and ethnic woven textiles.
For the ultimate in luxury and privacy, stay at the exquisite Presidential Villa, which occupies a private cove by the water’s edge and can be combined with the adjoining Hillside Pool Villa to create a sprawling two-bedroom complex.
The hotel enjoys an 800m frontage overlooking one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
Hotel activities include: Romantic barbecues on the beach, fine dining from an eclectic restaurant offering African and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, and a range of special spa treatments.
The resort can organise hiking to the beautiful Vallèe de Mai, kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving and game fishing.
The Banyan Tree Seychelles is located 30 minutes from Mahe International Airport. The Seychelles is situated 1600km east of Kenya and north-east of the island of Madagascar.
Anytime. The annual temperature ranges between 24°C (75°F) and 31°C (87°F). July and August are the driest months. The rainy season lasts from mid-November until mid-February, with heavy but short-lasting downpours.
For more climate info: Seychelles Weather Guide…
Mistaken for the original ‘Garden of Eden’ by General Gordon more than 100 years ago, these 115 islands in the Indian Ocean have retained their charm and mystique as one of the last paradises on earth.
Renowned for dazzling white sandy beaches, dramatic rock formations, warm, crystal clear, turquoise water and lush vegetation, the Seychelles probably has some of the most photogenic beaches in the world.
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Latest update Seychelles honeymoon destination: 7 February, 2017