Gal Gadot taking a well-deserved vacation in the Seychelles with best friends

Gal Gadot taking a well-deserved vacation in the Seychelles with best friends
Gal Gadot

The gorgeous Gal Gadot looks to be taking a well-deserved break between filming, and has been spotted in the Seychelles along with some of her best friends – Rotem Sela, Liron Weizman, Yael Goldman and Meital Weinberg Adar.

Gadot and her pals are staying at the luxurious Club Med Seychelles Exclusive Collection resort which is found on the 220-hectare private island of Sainte Anne – a short transfer from the main island of Mahé. As an Exclusive Collection resort, Club Med Seychelles is a luxury flagship property for the globe-spanning group and the only resort on the island.

The actress and her crew are staying in one of the top villas in the resort and are enjoying the very best the island has to offer, from catamaran rides and days on the beach, to workout sessions in the gym, scuba diving, private yoga lessons, and more.

A true Robinson Crusoe experience in the Seychelles

60% of the Seychelles is protected by environmental laws, two sites appear on the UNESCO World Heritage list, and it boasts incredible flora and fauna, making it one of the most magical destinations in the Indian Ocean.

The resort Gadot and her friends are staying at offers all the beauty that visitors would imagine from the destination, complete with white sand beaches, giant granite boulders smoothed by the waves, turquoise waters, and lush vegetation. There are endless possibilities for adventure that capitalise on the stunning surrounding natural beauty, including supervised exploration hikes to discover local flora, fauna and history and jungle adventures with an interactive app for the kids. Biodiversity workshops to discover turtles and the local ecosystem are on offer, plus a conservation program with a natural tortoise enclosure and wild endangered bird species. Educational activities are also provided at the Kids’ Club like the Robinson Crusoe Garden and cooking classes, all developed in partnership with Gérard Rocamora, Professor of Biodiversity at Mahé University of Seychelles.

For explorers, apart from scuba diving in the Indian Ocean and a wide variety of other water and land sports, there are guided snorkelling tours that take in endangered species and discuss conservation. Guests can also enjoy a coral reef restoration program with a nursery in the resort and workshops with biologists to learn about coral and tortoises, adaptable for kids, families, and adults – all facilitated in partnership with WiseOceans.

With dedicated family areas and separate Zen spaces for adults wishing to unwind in tranquility, it really does offer fun for the whole family. The resort is home to five restaurants & bars, a Yoga school & studio, Club Med Spa by Cinque Mondes, steam room, fitness room, library and even a fully equipped meetings & events space.