H Resort Beau Vallon

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Situated in one of the most beautiful places in the world, Seychelles, The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach is the perfect halal getaway.

Located on the tranquil island of Mahe, the resort offers a new world of luxury combined with Seychellois essence. There are breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean and the luscious greenery of Morne Seychellois Park. At the H Resort, you’ll enjoy a once in a lifetime stay with amazing views, top hospitality and luscious rooms. The halal friendly H Resort offers elegant suites and villas, offering a range of amenities and facilities. From the Junior Suite to beach fronted villas, each resident offers you luxury with the comfort of home.

When it comes to dining, you can expect the very best provided by the resorts mouthwatering restaurants overlooking beautiful views. The H Resort’s Selsel Spa offers a truly refreshing experience. The Selsel Spa is perfect for those looking to unwind after a day of exploring. Other facilities such as a gym, yoga studio, kids clubs and various activities such as tennis, volleyball, pétanque are also available. A beautiful infinity pool with sun loungers and parasols can be found at the heart of the resort. This halal friendly resort is perfect for anyone, from couples to families.

From £2,399 per person
based on two people sharing
Includes
  • Return flights from London to Mahe
  • 7 nights at the 5* H Resort Beau Vallon in a Junior Suite
  • Daily breakfast and dinner
  • Return transfers from the airport to the resort

Valid for travel from May to September (supplements may apply in July and August).

Above rate is only available for honeymoon guests. Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.

Email us at mail@serendipity.travel or call
0203 397 4397 for more information.

Halal Friendly
  • Halal food and preparation
  • Prayer Facilities nearby
  • No Nightclub or Casino
  • Private villas also available
Made up of numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, the Seychelles is the perfect holiday away from the busy cities and hectic everyday life. Perfect for those seeking relaxing beaches, numerous breathtaking hikes, and all the underwater activities and water sports one would need, the Seychelles will really make your holiday an unforgettable one for you to look back on years from now.

Flight time from the UK: Approximately 14 hours with a transit in Doha or Abu Dhabi.

Local languages: The Seychelles is home to three official languages, Creole, French, and English. This being so, travelers will have no problem making conversations in English.

Best time to visit: April, May, October and November are the best times of the year to travel to the Seychelles. It’s within these months that tourists will enjoy dry hot sunny days with cool breezes to balance out the humid heat.

Visa requirements (for British passport holders) : Visas are not required for British passport holders when entering the Seychelles, however one must assure there passport or other travel documents are valid for the proposed duration of your stay.

Please note: All nationalities including British passport holders will not be allowed to enter Seychelles if you’ve visited Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mali or the Democratic Republic of Congo within 21 days of the date of your arrival.

Key Events and Festivals:

Seychelles International Carnival of Victoria – Taking place for three days during the first few weeks of February, this lively event celebrates and highlights the various cultures that have helped shape the beautiful country of the Seychelles, and what it is today. During the 3 day celebration floats parade during the day, while all main hotels host special events.

Creole Festival – The biggest and one of the most important events on the Seychelles cultural calendar, the Creole Festival offers visitor a fascinating week full of colours, sounds, flavours and fragrances of one corner of the Creole world. Perfect for visitors exploring Mahé, Praslin or La Diguethat, it’s here you’ll find the Creole treasures and its traditions with a touch of the present modern lifestyle.

SUBIOS Underwater Festival – Perfect for underwater lovers travelling in early October, the Subios Underwater Festival takes places over three days and is all about promoting underwater conservation. Tourists come from all over the world to witness breathtaking films and stunning photographs of the many mysterious and popularly known creatures that own the waters beneath our feet. Various other activities such as boat rides, screenings, competitions and arts and crafts also take place during the lively festival.

Which airport will you fly in to: Seychelles International Airport located in Mahe Island, near the capitol city of Victoria, is the main gateway for international flights including those that travel from the UK.

Must try food:

Most of Seychelles food and cuisines are based on seafood’s and chilies, with lots of extra additions such as fresh fruits, breadfruit, and coconuts. With very little local transport of goods, the Seychelles offer their guests the freshest dishes out there.

Caris masala - Based on the Indian word curry, this dish is a blend of vegetables, meat or fish and masala, a combination of coriander, fenugreek, cumin, cloves, mustard seeds and saffron.

Pulao - rice cooked with fish, meat or vegetables.

Fresh seafood – If you’re a seafood lover then the Seychelles is the place to be. Guests can enjoy fresh seafood’s such as shark, barracuda, parrot fish and kingfish along with the more known squid, octopus, grouper, red snapper and jack fish.

Ladob – A delicious creamy and soft dessert. This dishes ingredients include sweet potatoes and ripe plantain and may also include breadfruit or cassava which is then boiled in coconut milk, nutmeg, sugar and vanilla.

Must do experience:

Tour Victoria – Being the capital city of the largest Island, Mahe, Victoria is the place to be if you’re looking to experience the everyday life of those living in the Seychelles. Explore the city in a pleasant two-hour stroll with botanical gardens and tea plantations to discover. Highlights of the city are a miniature silver Big Ben and the islands' Natural History Museum, alongside the everyday hustle and bustle of the locals making a living in the street markets.

Take a hike – Various spots throughout the Seychelles make the perfect climb for hikers, with an extra special surprise for those that make it to the top. There are many trails for hikers to follow and guides to help you along your way, and with luscious green views and breathtaking scenic views waiting for you along your journey, your journey to the top will be an exciting and enjoyable one. For those that only want to make one walk but still witness some of the best views possible, a mere 45 minute walk takes you to the summit of Morne Blanc, where some of finest views in the Indian Ocean can be seen.

Island Hop – Discover the beautiful hidden beaches of the Seychelles while island hopping, and enjoy a fun and adventurous day out on the relaxing beaches and calm clear waters.