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Banyan TreeViews of the ocean, relax on the beach after your safari.
Powder white sands at the Banyan TreeClear warm waters - solitude and sunshine.
The Banyan TreeArrive in the Seychelles and stay at the Banyan Tree after your luxury safari.
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..tucked away along a powder white sandy cove...
The Banyan Tree in the Seychelles
The Banyan Tree on Mahe island in the Seychelles is tucked away amongst the palm trees and vegetation of the boulder strewn Intendance Bay a beach referred to as one of the most beautiful in the world.
Luxurious private villas, grand swimming pools, private outdoor Jacuzzis, massage areas and excellent room service will provide you with a luxurious beach stay after your African safari.
The staff at Banyan Tree is unobtrusive providing fabulous meals, ancient spa therapies and a warm welcome. There are a few restaurants to choose from during your stay often with guests not feeling as though they need step outside the hotel entrance. Every meal at Banyan Tree is a celebration of exotic flavours and fragrances, from the breakfast buffet to fine dining in the evening you’ll be tempted all day long.
The Banyan Tree’s restaurants offer African and Creole delicacies featuring locally caught seafood, coconut dishes and curries which the Seychelles are famous for. Additionally you might prefer South East Asia influenced food before relaxing in the lounge bar with cocktails.
The Banyan Tree has just 47 pool villas that combine contemporary, colonial and 'plantation' decor, with high lofty ceilings, airy verandas, and soft ethnic textiles. Each of the villas has it’s own pool and private outdoor Jacuzzis but for one step further you could have your own private beach cove and stay in the Presidential Villa.
After enjoying all of the usual watersports that are offered in the Seychelles you can relax at the Banyan Tree Spa, where therapists will draw on Asian traditions dating back centuries to offer you some of the most refined treatments to reawaken your zest for life and indulge your senses.
If you fancy stepping a little further away then there are fabulous island hopping opportunities and visits to natural beauty spots such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site the Vallée de Mai, home to the legendary coco-de-mer double nut, and extraordinary bird and tortoise colonies.
The beaches of Mahe Island, are known for their fantastically shaped pink granite rocks that glow red in the sun. The coral reefs teem with thousands of vibrant fish and living corals for the underwater explorer and there are pockets of virgin forest for those who enjoy setting out on foot. Mahe is more than just a beach location it is a beach paradise, combining nature, beauty and a relaxing atmosphere to compliment your luxury safari perfectly.