Not so sunny in Seychelles?
Here’s a list of fun things to do when the weather gets a little gloomy.
Seychelles is extremely rich in history and culture so why not visit some of the best historical sites the islands have to offer?
The National History Museum is home to many stories of the discovery of Seychelles, as well as the flora and fauna that use to and still inhabits the Islands. History of Praslin and La Digue can be found on their respective islands as well.
Check out more history sites here.
What’s a better way to enjoy a rainy day than in the spa? Treat yourself to one of the many spa’s Seychelles has to offer, no matter where you are on the island.
If you’re staying at a hotel, be sure to check out their own services or step out and mix it up elsewhere. Relaxation is key on not so sunny days.
Check out more spas here.
- ART FIX
The many artists of Seychelles are diverse in both style and nationalities. Explore the different ways they express themselves at their studios found all over the island. You can begin by checking out Carrefour Des Arts located behind the National Cultural Center in Victoria, for a little taste.
Check out more studios here.
Want to watch a movie? Feel like dancing? Or do you just want to have a good warm meal? The town of Victoria has several options to cater to your desires.
Whenever it’s slightly cold on Mahé, I like to get warm and watch movies; Deepam Cinema has a new selection of films every weekend. But it’s even better to dance the night – and rain away – at a nightclub. For example, the Boardwalk Bar and Grill has food and music to offer it’s patrons and plenty of shelter from the rain.
Check out more entertainment here.