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Seychelles / Blue Safari Seychelles

Seventy two atolls so undisturbed that the oldest living creatures on earth call them home – these outermost islands of the Seychelles are deemed the untouched Edens of the world.

Wild and raw, the privileged few who make it here are often the first to leave footprints on the beaches. Though the term may get overused, Blue Safari Seychelles can justifiably claim to being a rare example of true experiential travel.

With conservation at the heart, the fundamental belief here is that by exploring and understanding the outer islands, we can protect and restore them. This is like the marine version of a polar expedition, only it’s gentle enough that you can take a five year old with you. For eco-warriors, here lies a unique chance to witness the daily endeavours of the most biologically varied ecosystems in the world; to dive in uncharted waters so clear you’re able to see the delicate intricacies of coral structures; and unearth endemic species found nowhere else on the planet. The sheer remoteness creates an air of curiosity so intriguing, you’d want to uncover every alcove. Each of the four atolls has its own character and story, from the communal central hub of the main lodge on Alphonse Island to the secluded and serene Cosmoledo atoll, where 21 islands house only eight eco pods. True as any safari though, it’s the expert guides and rangers that elevate the experience from the enjoyable to the unforgettable. Their storytelling and total infatuation with the environment is contagious and infects all within ear-shot.

Travel notes:

  • Individually-styled lodgings across a trio of distinct bases
  • Alphonse Island: 22 bungalows; 5 suites; 2 villas
  • Astove Atoll: 1 homestead, with 6 bedrooms around a central courtyard
  • Cosmoledo Atoll: 8 eco-pods made from shipping containers
  • Boundless activities: reef flat expeditions, snorkelling, diving, fishing, guided island visits, mangrove hikes, manta cleaning stations, planting trees, ocean clean ups, tracking turtles and birdlife

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When to visit Seychelles

Located just south of the equator the Seychelles experiences a tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 24°C and 32°C making it the perfect destination year round. May to September the cooling southeast tradewinds blow, bringing livelier seas and the possibility of seaweed. October to April bring the warm northwest tradewinds which sees an increase in temperatures and humidity. All but the southernmost islands fall outside the cyclone belt with January and February being the wettest months – rainfall is in short sharp intervals.

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