The Seychelles is made up of 115 islands, situated about 1000 miles off Africa’s east coast in the Indian Ocean. While the three biggest islands (Mahé, Praslin and La Digue) are popular for guests – the secluded outer islands are exceptionalt for blue ocean explorers … Remote and untouched – that’s the drawcard of Seychelles’ Outer Islands.

The Outer Islands are those situated beyond the Seychelles plateau. They comprise 72 low-lying sand cays and atolls lying anywhere between 230km and 1150km from Mahé. Less visited than their granitic cousins due to their relative remoteness, these pristine miniature worlds, some little more than sand spits or lonely rocky outcrops, offer untouched habitats for many species of wildlife.

One of the best things about these islands are: gorgeous beaches with azure waters where you won’t see other people around. The area is wild and raw; conservation is one of the brand’s biggest priorities and they consider themselves stewards of the Outer Islands.