Honeymoons in the Seychelles

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Seychelles Overview

Seychelles is a large archipelago, home to 115 islands chock full of powdery white beaches, coconut trees, and clear water. The large collection of islands is perfect for the adventurous honeymooners, allowing constant island hopping, and exploration of the unique subtleties each isle has to offer. The diving is also superb, and filled with aquatic life and flora not seen anywhere else in the world.

Key Facts for the Seychelles

Currency: Seychellois rupee

Languages: English, French

Capital: Victoria

Flight time: 10 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in the Seychelles

When to go:
The Seychelles enjoy a warm and humid climate. The best time to visit is May to September when it is dryer and slightly cooler

Flight Information:
The Seychelles are approx 9 hours from London with direct flights operated by Air Seychelles

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Getting Married in the Seychelles

If, as a couple, you have been dreaming getting married in a hot climate and don’t mind travelling long haul then why not consider getting married in the beautiful Seychelles.  Full of romantic five star beach resorts and hotels, The Seychelles can provide you with everything you will need in order to get married in one of the most glamorous places on earth. Pamper yourselves pre-wedding with some outstanding spa treatments or top up your tans before saying ‘I do’ on the beach overlooking the fabulous Indian Ocean. By getting married in The Seychelles you also have the opportunity to stay on and experience a wonderful and unforgettable honeymoon.

Marriage Requirements


A church wedding without a civil ceremony is not recognised as being legal and the parties must therefore contract a civil wedding prior to the religious ceremony. 

Couples wishing to organise their own wedding must apply to the Seychelles Civil Status Office in Victoria on Mahe for a civil ceremony and the relevant church body for the religious ceremony. For more information you can visit http://www.seychelles.travel/en/home/legal_requirements.php

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