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Aerial view of Anse Source D'Argent beach, Seychelles
Image of a lush forest in the Seychelles

The Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve shelters the remains of a palm forest on Praslin island (Adobe Stock)

Aerial view of Seychelles beach

A secluded beach on Silhouette, the third largest island in the Seychelles (Ian Badenhorst)

Family Travel

Seychelles’ most family-friendly pads

Our pick of Seychelles’ most toddler, teen and tantrum-friendly hangouts

Luxury pool outside at a hotel

Hilton Seychelles Labriz

Winding down won’t be optional for adults at this comprehensive resort, which ticks every box on the ‘tropical paradise’ cheat sheet. Options include everything from lounging on pristine white beaches and getting lost in picturesque sunsets to seafaring excursions to catch and cook your own dinner, as well as world-class diving and yoga on the sand. Younger holiday makers can revel in the on-site Kids’ Club, where tennis lessons, bottle decorating and playground sessions – supervised by fully trained staff – are just the tip of the energy-sapping iceberg. Precious family time can be found in a variety of hikes all over the island, whether to the secluded and stunning Belle Vue cove or the more challenging Grand Barbe plateau. The best bit? All the necessary kit – hiking bags, water and a packed picnic – is supplied by the hotel. Book with British Airways Holidays by 30 November and receive a 35 per cent discount on selected room types for stays up to 30 June 2021.

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Aerial view of paradise island in the Seychelles with crystal clear water

North Island

Transport the family to a home away from home in one of the North Islands’ 11 luxury private villas – and with a clear conscience. The resort’s eco-friendly attitude ensures conservation is at the fore, with each villa crafted from local materials and designed to blend in with its surroundings. Plan the days your way thanks to the resort’s Beach Buddy programme, which means children can be supervised through a range of activities throughout the day and parents and relatives can dip in and out at will. Fancy making pizza but not the playing the pirate treasure hunt? No problem. Leave the kids with qualified staff while you kayak, paddleboard, scuba dive or hike into the wilderness – or enjoy some precious ‘you’ time in the spa with the unmissable Soothe and Replenish Body Rescue Treatment.

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