Anse Source d’Argent beach, La Digue island, Seyshelles


Seychelles Serenity

The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa. It’s home to numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as rare animals such as giant Aldabra tortoises. You may consider combining an Africa Safari in nearby Kenya, and finish off your trip by spending a few days in mesmerizingly beautiful Seychelles. Its beaches are diverse – some desert-like and sprawling; others more dramatic with huge granite boulders and palm forests. Mahé is the main island, home to the Seychelles’ charming colonial capital, Victoria. Lace up your hiking shoes and explore the upland trails; snorkel and sail in pristine blue waters; indulge in the local culture with a cooking class, or simply relax.

Known as the base for water sports, Beau Vallon beach is the most popular Seychelles beach. With a wide bay, and calm, gentle waters, it is one of the best beaches for swimming.

Four Seasons Resort: Petite Anse, Mahe Island

The Four Seasons Resort at Petite Anse, Mahe Island is a very private and special place. You can find serene seclusion at their tree-house villa where gentle ocean breezes float up the granite hillside, or you can spend days lounging by your private pool and playing in the turquoise waters of Petite Anse Bay. Bliss can also be found at their hilltop Spa before a sunset meal on a deserted beach.

Guest Rooms at Four Seasons Resort

All Guest Rooms are stand-alone villas that feature large sunken bathtubs and private pools, located either by the beach or nestled among the lush tropical hillside. There’s the Serenity Villa, Hilltop Ocean-View Villa, Garden-View Villa, Three-Bedroom Royal Suite, Three-Bedroom Presidential Suite, Two-Bedroom Hilltop Ocean-View Villa, Two-bedroom Ocean-View Suite, Four-Bedroom Residence Villa and Three-Bedroom Residence Villa.

Culinary Adventures at Petite Anse

Choose from a variety of dining options and experiences at Petite Anse. Learn to master the flavors of some of the Seychelles’ most delicious dishes during a Creole cooking class. Enjoy an intimate meal on the sands of Petite Anse or barbecue your own lunch in between dips at the nearby pool.

Spa Treatments

Be transported to a state of life-affirming vitality with spa treatments and wellness experiences inspired by the Resort’s surroundings and nature’s wonders.


A variety of eco-friendly water sports are available to help you discover the marine environment while keeping fit. Try your hand at surfing, kayaking, sailing or stand-up paddleboarding.

Tropicsurf: With an expert Tropicsurf instructor guiding your every move, experience the thrill of gliding across the water. Beginners can start with the basics by the Resort and move on to bigger waves at beaches close by.

WiseOceans: Come and explore everything the underwater world of Seychelles has to offer at the Coral Cabana, where their marine education and conservation specialists from WiseOceans are eager to show you the wonders that lie in the ocean.

Fishing: A variety of fishing experiences are available such as Big Game, Fly and Bottom Fishing.

Diving: Seychelles is located next to the equator, which means it is possible to complete two and four dives each day. Choose between several PADI courses and excursions before heading out on an underwater adventure.

Pool: Go for a swim in their 90-foot pool or grab a lounge chair.

SunsetGolf: Practice your swing in a session of sunset golf on the beach by hitting eco-bio golf balls straight into the ocean.

Kids for All Seasons: This program is designed to create memorable and educational experiences in a casual, fun environment. While the hub of activity is the children’s center, kids will quickly realize that the entire beach is their playground.

Main Food Dishes in Seychelles

Staple foods include fish, seafood and shellfish dishes, often accompanied with rice. Fish dishes are cooked in several ways, such as steamed, grilled, wrapped in banana leaves, baked, salted and smoked. Curry dishes with rice are also a significant aspect of the country’s cuisine.

Beauty of Seychelles

The crystal-clear water and glistening-white sands make the Seychelles a particularly beautiful destination. The huge granite rocks add to the beauty and ambience of the place. It’s also a safe place with its small population and an economy that is bolstered by investments and foreign assets pouring into this island gem. The Seychelleans take great pride in their crucial tourism industry.

Luxury swimming pool with chairs at the Four Season resort in the mountains

Ocean view suite at Four Seasons Seychelles

Serenity Villa Bathroom

Privacy at the Villa Four Seasons Seychelles