Healing Islands Chalets – your Holiday in Paradise.
Welcome to Seychelles – We warmly welcome you to our Healing Islands Chalets!
Our three Healing Islands Chalets are located in Anse Royale, on the East Coast of Mahe, the main island of the Seychelles Archipelago. All our Chalets boast breathtaking views of the Indian Ocean, and are just 300 metres to beautiful swimming and snorkeling beaches. Set amidst peaceful tropical gardens, our clean and spacious, fully self-contained chalets are your home-away-from-home for a relaxing holiday in Paradise. Each of our Chalets is designed to evoke the essence of Seychelles’ stunningly beautiful flora and fauna, leaving you feeling at peace inside and out. We love all things handcrafted! Our bespoke furniture is made from sustainably sourced local hardwoods, and our bedlinen is lovingly handprinted and sewn by Duniam. Décor is designed with Nature in mind, reflecting aspects of the beautiful flora and fauna of Seychelles’ forests, beaches and ocean life.
A delicious creole evening meal, freshly prepared by Chef Roy, can be booked in advance and served on your balcony.
Your hosts in paradise
We speak English, German, Creole and French and we look forward to being your Hosts in Paradise. We can organise your transfers from the airport and are here to help you in every way during your stay. On the next pages you are invited to breathe in the pristine island air and learn more about our different Chalets, their surroundings and the amazing Seychelles Islands of the Indian Ocean.
Families with children are more than welcome.
Yours sincerely, family Sinon
What our clients say
What an amazing stay we had! Waking up to yet another beautiful sunrise every morning. The view is breathtaking. Duniam and Roy are great hosts, they organized our rental car, booked a boat trip for us and showed us all the amazing must see spots on the Island.
We can recommend Healing Islands to everybody who is looking for a perfect holiday in Seychelles.
Fabulous place! The views are to die for. We really enjoyed waking up each morning and seeing the beautiful water and enjoying our evenings on the balcony. Duniam and Roy are very nice and welcoming. The space itself is very comfortable, and is peaceful. Would definitely be back!
Perfect place for a small family to stay to explore the island of Mahe. We really appreciated help with hiring a car, Roy’s recommendations of which places to visit, the great hospitality of letting us store luggage and use the family’s shower before taking a late flight home. The apartment is very clean and modern and very nice with all the windows and lights and the beautiful view and surroundings. Our kids loved to play with the cats and dogs. We can really recommend to stay at this place.
Thank you Duniam and Roy for the lovely stay at your place. Healing Islands is a true piece of paradise in paradise! The atmosphere is so nice and we could feel that you really love being hosts. Roys creole dinner was better than the restaurants.
We had the best holiday ever. Thank you very much!
Duniam and Roy were wonderful host. Lovely house with a lovely family. To start off, the house was amazing and was in a quiet vicinity but not very far from airport and at a very serene place. You can see a lovely sun rise from the bedroom. Roy was at the gate to receive us and the house was very well decorated when we entered. He also helped us to take out the luggage from the car and helped us to plan our itinerary in Mahe. We exchanged notes on culture, economies and what not. Roy became more of a friend than a host. He has a lovely family and we enjoyed chit chatting with them. You will also be greeted by Emma the dog who was a lot of fun to play with. Over all, would highly recommend his place for an amazing stay in Mahe.
Magnificent forests, fine white sandy beaches, imposing ancient granite boulders and crystal-clear, warm turquoise seas– this is Seychelles. The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 tropical islands stretching from 4 to 11 degrees south of the Equator, around 1000km off the east coast of Africa in the Western Indian Ocean.
41 of the 115 islands are some of the oldest mid-ocean granitic islands in the world, formed more than 40 million years ago. Coral quays, atolls and reefs make up the remaining 74, many of them uninhabited. Humans arrived only recently, settling in 1770. This has resulted in the continuing presence of many unique and endemic plants, animals and birds, and an abundant biodiversity of marine life. The climate in Seychelles is idyllic – the inner islands lie outside the cyclone belt, and the temperature ranges between 24 – 34 degrees Celcius all year-round.