Arrive at Mahe airport and transfer to hotel. Rest of day at leisure or on your own. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. The day at leisure for personal activities. Overnight stay at the hotel
Breakfast at the hotel. Today is the day free for leisure or on your own. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel later check out from the hotel and proceed to ferry terminal to board the ferry for Praslin. Arrive Praslin and proceed to hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay at the hotel in Praslin.
Breakfast at the hotel. Later proceed for the tour.
Explore one the world’s most photographed Island of La Digue.
This tour is ideal for the adventurous seeking to explore La Digue island on their own and includes return coach transfers to the hotel and Praslin Jetty, a ferry crossing at 09h00 to La Digue, where tourists are greeted by our island representative for a short briefing on the most popular sites, best routes and lunch venues, before our guide hands over a map and the bicycles for the day’s adventure. The boat trip back to Praslin departs at 16h30, the end of a perfect day – most guests with another day to spare choose to return to the magic of La Digue island.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today is the full day at leisure or on your own. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel later check out from the hotel and proceed to Mahe airport by ferry. Arrive Mahe airport to board flight for your return destination.
Seychelles undoubtedly has the most beautiful beaches of the world. You can feel the soft sand touching your toes, a granite rock that soars out of a cobalt ocean and get lost in a cloudless sky. Seychelles is a natural paradise on earth and a perfect vacation for romance. It is an ideal honeymoon destination for couples who have been just tied into the wedlock. This is the chance to explore the two of you in the most wonderful destinations of the world. In fact, there a lot of couples who dream of getting married in Seychelles and of course it is worth it.
Seychelles is a group of 115 islands out of which 41 are made of flawless granite. It has 74 spectacular sand cays and atolls. Altogether they form 6 distinct groups of The Inner Island, The Outer Island, The Amirantes, Southern Coral, Alphonse, Farquhar, and Aldabra in the eastern coast of Africa. The 115 islands of Seychelles can be categorized into two broad groups – Granitic Inner and Outer Islands. This is the perfect vacation for those planning to visit the bright blue sea and white unspoiled sandy beaches.
Seychelles Inner Island: It consists of the islands of Mahe, Praslin and La Digue and is also the gateway to Seychelles. This also has the International Airport.
Seychelles Outer Island: This is located beyond the Seychelles plateau consisting of 73 low lying islands at a distance of 230km and 1150 km from Mahe. You can find accommodation in only Alphonse and Desroches. Seychelles Tourist Places
Mahe: This is the largest island in Seychelles measuring 28 km long and 8 km wide. It is a transportation hub for day excursions and visiting all the other islands in the country.
Praslin: This Island is located to the North Eastern side of Mahe. It has the most stunning beaches such as Anse Boudin, Anse Georgette, Anse Lazio, Anse La Farine, Anse Possession, Anse Matelot, Grand Anse, Anse Volbert, Anse Kerlan.
La Digue: This is the fourth largest island present in the country. You will find the black paradise flycatcher here. It has some of the picturesque beaches such as Anse Source d’Argent.
Cousin Island: This Island is located in the south western region of Praslin. Tourists can get to see Seychelles rarest bird called the Bush Warbler and The Seychelles Magpie Robin in this region.
Curieuse Island: This is located in the north western region of Praslin. This place is home to eight different kinds of mangroves and endemic vine. You can also find the giant land tortoise along with the Coco de mer that grow all by its own in this area.
Ste. Anne Island: This is the largest Island of Ste. Anne Marine National Park. It is situated at a distance of four km at the eastern coast of Mahe. It is very close to the Cerf Island, Round Island and Moyenne Island. This place has a six star resort called the Sainte Anne Resort.