Welcome to Helicopter Seychelles
Enjoy an aerial view of dense rain forests contrasting against white
sand beaches and unending stretches of blue sea. Our helicopters are
a safe and comfortable way to hop from one island to another. With
daily trips from Mahe' to the most popular 10 islands, flying with Helicopter
Seychelles is the most convenient - and also the most enjoyable - mode of
transport on the islands.
About Helicopter Seychelles
News by Helicopter Seychelles
To help you plan your holiday, our news section
brings you the latest hotel updates, restaurant reviews,
environmental articles, beach tips and various other
Desroches Island Resort
230km southwest of Mahé, Desroches is the main island of the Amirantes chain and part of the remote Outer Islands of the Seychelles. This beautiful island and its resort were recently featured as an editorial in the exclusive Hideaways Magazine which is now republished here.
New Seychelles Properties
When considering buying a property in the Seychelles, a range of developments exists with a premise of luxury for all.
Promotional Shuttle Service
From the 1st of February to the 31st of October 2008
our shuttles between Mahé, Praslin and La Digue are available at reduced rates.
The Botanical Garden of Victoria
For travellers who might not have the time to visit several islands, the Botanical Garden of Victoria is the right place for a crash course in the flora of the Seychelles.
Seychelles Image Library
A selection of copyright free images available for republication, including aerial photos, helicopters and nature images from some of the most beautiful locations on the islands.
Holiday with Butler and Three Star Cuisine
The latest hotel gem Maia Luxury Resort & Spa which opened on Mahé in September 2006 is reviewed by HIDEAWAYS - one of the world's most exclusive travel magazines.
Beach Tip of the Month March 2007
Anse Intendance is one of the most picturesque and also the widest beach on the island of Mahé. Bring your favourite reading material, lots of sunscreen and prepare yourself for a sizzling hot day on the beach!
Geordie Torr, Editor of Geographical Magazine, visits Cousine Island in the Seychelles and discovers why here conservation came first.
It's the most glamorous way to save the planet. Lucy Ryan travels to a paradise island in the Seychelles where you can preserve the world's rarest birds by snoozing on the beach.
Beach Tip of the Month September 2006
Anse Park on Frégate Island is not the typical picture postcard beach; at first sight the scenery resembles a coastal area of a windswept British isle. Anse Park is an excellent snorkelling ground with plenty of marine life to be discovered.
Seychelles News Archive
Beach Tip of the Month July 2006 (2006-07-17)
Publish a Helicopter Seychelles Video on your Site (2006-06-25)
The SharksKidz Rugby Club in Seychelles (2006-06-16)
Children in the Wilderness (2006-05-30)
The Utegangar Riding Center on Mahé Island (2006-05-29)
So Long & Farewell (2006-05-02)
Maritime Survival Course (2006-05-02)
Experience the Best of Seychelles in One Day (2006-04-25)
North Island Scuba Diving & Marine Life (2006-04-13)
Hilton to manage five stars Northolme Hotel (2006-04-01)
The Peak of Congo Rouge (2006-03-15)
Le Rendezvous Restaurant on Mahé (2006-03-09)
Subios - Underwater Film and Image Festival 2006 (2006-03-09)
Seychelles Redecoration - Does this beach really exist? (2006-02-01)
Beach Tip of the Month January 2006 (2006-01-01)
Beach Tip of the Month December 2005 (2005-12-01)
Bazaar La Brinn at Beau Vallon, Mahé (2005-11-15)
Sadly Sharon Leaves us (2005-10-23)
Download our PDF Brochure (2005-07-30)
Seychelles Beach Guide (2004-10-17)
Frégate Opens Rock Spa (2004-10-17)
New Freshwater Fish Species Discovered (2004-09-23)
Book your Helicopter via our Secure Order Form (2004-08-01)
View our Latest Presentation Video (2004-07-01)
The Flag of Seychelles Flying High! (2004-06-18)
North Island - Reef Explorers Paradise (2003-11-15)
Cousine Island - Refuge for Nature and Man (2003-10-17)
Seychelles Giant Tortoise Conservation Project (2003-05-15)
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