Seychelles For An Unforgettable Honeymoon

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Seychelles is definitely the honeymoon capital of the world, and even royal families and couples such as Prince William and Kate Middleton spent their honeymoon in the beautiful islands of Seychelles. It is quite a mysterious place where you and your significant other can visit, especially after tying the knot! Well, it isn’t really exclusive for people on their honeymoon, and this article is not limited to just honeymooners. If you want to celebrate anniversaries or just want to go on a highly romantic getaway to propose or just be together—Seychelles is definitely the place.

Where is Seychelles?

The Republic of Seychelles situates off the East Coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. It is an archipelago that consists of 115 islands. Some islands are granite and some are beautiful coral islands that look very stunning, and just by being there, you will instantly feel more relaxed and away from the troubles of your regular city life! With that in mind, Seychelles is definitely the best place for newlyweds to enjoy the celebration of their unity—and you might want to come back for a second honeymoon after the wonderful and unforgettable experience.

In this article, I wanted to show you how to take advantage of the great weather, great views, and relaxing ambiance that Seychelles has to offer for the most unforgettable honeymoon or a vacation with you and your partner; spouse, soulmate, or significant other!

Romance is just around the corner, so don’t forget to check out my compilation of the best travel quotes to get inspired before any trip!

Before Flying to Seychelles

Seychelles is located in Africa, northeast of Madagascar. The beautiful shores of the Indian Ocean are its best feature, so make sure you pack a lot of swimwear and beach-friendly outfits to take on romantic dinners. Also, flights to Seychelles can be very long, so make sure you know how to stay comfy and survive long flights!

Experience an Unforgettable Honeymoon in Seychelles

Here are some of the places and activities you and your significant other can do on your honeymoon or trip to Seychelles to make the vacation an unforgettable experience:


Although fishing does not sound very romantic, but angling in Seychelles is different. If you visit the inner islands surrounding La Digue, Mahi, and Praslin—you and your new spouse will enjoy fishing as if you were married for years! It is a fun activity where you can enjoy laughing, teamwork, and catching fish! There are places where beginners can learn angling and sites for the more experienced anglers can lurk!


Sailing in Seychelles with your new spouse is probably the most romantic thing you can experience. But, instead of locking yourself up in hotels in Seychelles, this activity can definitely take your romantic trip on an entirely different level. Sailing away in the sunset, eating good food, sharing conversations, and kissing as the sun sets can make your bond last forever as a couple when you look back on the experience. But make sure you enjoy every moment as you sail and go to the best spots for snorkeling, kayaking, and other enjoyable couple activities.

Romantic Dining

If there is one activity that couples enjoy the most, that is probably having an exquisite romantic meal. Enjoy island cuisine, aphrodisiacs, and sipping your favorite cocktails! And just like any other island experience, it wouldn’t be complete without drinking coconut juice straight from the shell—giving you authentic island vibes with your loved one!

Adventurous Activities

If there is one thing to spice up the relationship as early as the honeymoon phase—that is experiencing new things together. Seychelles has tons of adventure activities, such as zip-lining, snorkeling, kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, exploring the jungles, cliff diving, and many more! These activities may pump your adrenaline, but it is definitely fun to experience with the person you will spend the rest of your life with.

Island Hopping

Seychelles isn’t just one island, and it is a collection of islands—kind of like an archipelago, if you will. So you and your significant other can enjoy island hopping to look at different views, try various activities, or just soak in the sun and enjoy being in each other’s arms before going back to work and your regular lives. Every island offers a different type of paradise, and it is worth visiting—especially if you enjoy different views!

Here are some of the best islands to visit when you are having your honeymoon in Seychelles:

Praslin Island

This island is home to the world-famous Coco de Mer Palms. The black pearl you can only find in this island is one of the best gifts you can give your wife during the celebration of your unity and love. Aside from the jewelry, this island is definitely a scenic place to visit.

Eden Island

This island is just a couple miles away from the nation’s capital—Victoria. It is an artificial island that offers exuberating views, luxurious villas, lofty mansions, and even shopping malls! If you want to spend your honeymoon in luxury, Eden Island is the place to be.

Silhouette Island

This island is home to jaw-dropping views and known for its iridescent beauty. It is one of the most beautiful islands in Seychelles—making it the best place for you to take pictures or just take in the view. It is an isolated island away from the city, but it still offers exciting activities you and your spouse can indulge in during your honeymoon.

Have Fun and Stay Romantic


Whether you just got married or have been married for a long time, the best reason to go on a honeymoon is just being together. The honeymoon phase might not last forever, but it is undoubtedly an experience you can always look back to when things get rough. Who knows? You might even get to come back for a second or third honeymoon—but nothing will ever top the first one if you try out the activities I listed above!


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