Get Seychelles Airfares and Air Tickets
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With more than 100 islands, its no wonder that the Seychelles are a popular honeymoon destination. There are several privately owned islands – and many more that are uninhabited entirely. The country also boasts two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Top attractions in Seychelles include beach-lounging, birding and exploring the Aldabra Atoll. For more information on Seychelles, check out check out BootsnAll’s Seychelles Travel Guide.
While the capital of the Seychelles islands is a city called Victoria, the main international airport is in a district called Mahe. Air Seychelles is the national airline, although other airlines like Condor Airlines fly to and from the area. Regardless of which airline you fly to get to the Seychelles, we would like to help you find the best deal on airfare – with one of our two search engines on this page.
With the search engine on the left, you type your travel information into one form and then, with one click, you can get results from all the top airfare websites – sites like Priceline, Orbitz, Expedia, and others – without having to re-enter your information over and over again. These tickets have the fewest restrictions and are available for immediate purchase, but they will probably not be the cheapest tickets you could get for your trip.
With the search engine on the right, you will find our cheapest airfares with our consolidator fares. These are some of the cheapest airfares you will see anywhere, and of course there is a little catch. These tickets have restrictions attached, so work best for people with a little flexibility in their schedules and people who will not need to make changes to their itinerary. To buy them, you call one of our dedicated representatives toll-free, or you send your travel request via email and one of them will contact you.
Whichever search tool you choose, here are a few tips to help you find cheaper airfare to the Seychelles:
- Fly into Antananarivo, Madagascar, and catch a connecting flight on one of Africa’s budget carriers.
- Depart on midweek low-volume travel days.