If you are planning guided walks or trail excursions then do pack good walking shoes (try Hotter shoes, they're stylish, light and comfy).
For paddling, swimming or snorkeling pack dive shoes or similar, as the coral will hurt your feet.
And when dressing up we love the Lindsay Phillips Switch Flops range. Using the interchangeable shoe and flip-flop bases with snap-on decorations, you can change your look from day to evening in an instant whilst still packing light.
Clothing tips for women
For evenings, dress is smart casual – ladies tend to wear short summer dresses for dining out and for gaining entrance to casinos and most hotels.
A few well-chosen pieces of costume jewelry will transform any outfit.
And a pashmina is a versatile piece that will dress up any outfit too.
A skirt or loose-fitting pants with a kaftan would be good in the heat and will protect you from the sun.
Clothing tips for men
For evenings, guys' dress is smart casual – long pants and short-sleeved shirts for dining out and for gaining entrance to casinos and most hotels.
If you're looking for versatile and stylish beachwear, try the Madda Fella range of shirts, shorts, polos and swimwear.
For great versatile travel jackets with multiple pockets including RFID security options, we love the SCOTTeVEST range.
During May, June, July, August and September the winds do get up so be sure to pack a pashmina or light sweater to keep off the chill.
The tropical sun is strong even on a cloudy day so take care – cover up and wear plenty of sunscreen (we love the Riemann P20 range for 10 hour protection).
We love the Weather+ app – it gives an accurate 6 day forecast for day and night, which when you're planning from home is really helpful. You can keep all the places you've been to too – a nice way to remember your trip 🙂
Regions of Seychelles
Go for comfort over style and if you are keen to hike a trail through the screw pine forests make sure you pack suitable footwear.
Seychelles travel essentials
As well as deciding what to wear in Seychelles, you should also be aware of vital travel essentials to bring.
Tap water is generally safe to drink. However, it is chlorinated so you might consider taking a LifeStraw Filtration Water Bottle – you can fill up from any source as an alternative to buying bottled water.
Combine your main bag with a beach bag or light backpack that will carry your daytime essentials.
Avoid paying unexpected baggage fees. Use an accurate luggage scale to ensure you keep within the weight allowance. Don't forget to leave room for souvenirs on the way home! You'll see plenty of stalls selling local handicrafts including bead bracelets, batiks and intricate wood carvings.