Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort and Spa offer total tropical island escapism and adventures for all the family.
7 nights from £1,880 per person travelling with Qatar Airways
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort is a superb resort with attractive villas, extensive facilities and a totally tropical setting.
Silhouette Island is located 12 miles off the north-west coast of Mahe. Clearly visible, aptly named, seemingly resting on the horizon, about 40 minutes by hotel speedboat. Helicopter transfers can also be arranged. Expensive, yes, but a real experience.
Silhouette is the 3rd largest of the 115 Seychelles islands, after Mahe and Praslin, yet has a resident population of less than 50, mainly plantation workers and fishermen, all living in the village of La Passe, a short walk away from the Resort.
It is lush and green (93% of the Island is a Natural reserve) with several good beaches stretched along 2.5km. This area has some of the best snorkelling and diving plus on land several hiking trails. The island makes dramatic viewing, clearly visible from Mahe, dominated by Mount Daubin which is one of the highest peaks in Seychelles.
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort has 111 villas dotted around the extensive gardens.
You have a choice of:
Garden and beach villas, some of which have private pools. There are also a few larger villas suitable for families or friends travelling together.
- PADI dive centre
- Several restaurant options with differing locations and cuisine styles
- Island treks and bike tours can be easily arranged by the resort
- Fancy a one-day Island hopping? The Resort also offers day trips to Praslin and La Digue as well as a regular boat shuttle to Mahe
A truly outstanding island. It is a national park with one of the richest biodiversity’s found anywhere in the island ocean. There are no roads, just footpaths and tracks. Obviously no cars , just a few electric carts used by the resort. A few outstanding beaches with a high mountain backdrop.
You arrive by hotel speedboat from Mahe, which can be a fun exhilarating ride, especially in July / August when the crossing might be a tad bumpy, with the last 100 yards sheltered by the reef.
You come to Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort for the chilled out atmosphere, the amazing scenery and the adventures.
If shopping and nightlife are priorities then Seychelles will disappoint, especially on Silhouette, where the pleasures are deliberately simple and stripped back.
David from Chic first visited the island in 1975 – yes he really is that old! He says, apart from the opening of the resort in 2011, hardly anything else has changed, which is quite something.
Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort and Spa, Silhouette Island, Seychelles
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An archipelago of 155 islands, of which only a small percentage are inhabited. Positioned almost directly between Africa and India, years ago the tourist board used a slogan “a 1000 miles from anywhere” which nicely summed up the location. A population of just over 80,000, of which the majority live on the main island of Mahé, the location of the capital, Victoria, and the international airport.
There are no direct flights to the Seychelles from the UK, so you travel via Dubai and Doha ( Qatar ) with change of flight. Total flying time including transit will be approx. 15 hours.
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