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184 Main Collins Street West Victoria 807
  • Destination

  • Departure

    Mahe airport
  • Included

    5 Star Accommodation
    Airplane Transport
  • Not Included

    Departure Taxes
    Personal Guide

Day 1: India-Mahe-Praslin

Arrive at Mahe airport Praslin, the second-largest island in the Seychelles group, and just 7 miles by 2, from Mahé. it is one hour by the sea on the 'Cat Cocos' ferry - an air-conditioned catamaran, with up to three return crossings a day. Praslin Island is somewhat quieter and less developed than Mahé, but as well as an exotic paradise of dense vegetation and lush coconut groves After checking in the hotel and relaxing for a few hours, enjoy complimentary non-motorized water sports at nearby AnseGouvernment beach. You can enjoy dinner at "Feuille d'Or" and/or head out to a 20 minutes walk to Club Vacanze nearby the hotel to spend the evening. As discussed, you can hire car on day 1 and day 2 to explore Praslin

Day 2: Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve,Anse Lazio & Anse Georgette (optional)

Post breakfast, start your day by driving all the way up to Anse Lazio (Swimming/snorkeling recommended) Anse Lazio has been awarded one of the world’s most picturesque beaches in the world. Cradled by a large bay with two mountain peaks on each side, adorned by white powder-fine sand and caressed by calm turquoise water, the half-kilometer long beach of Anse Lazio located on the northwest coast of the second most populated island of Seychelles, Praslin, is considered as a ‘must’ on the list of to-do for visitors to the Indian Ocean archipelago. The long beach has lapis lazuli waters, a thick fringe of palm and takamaka trees, and granite boulders at each extremity. There's some good snorkeling among the rocks along the arms of the bay and there's a beachside restaurant. You can either enjoy the Creole lunch here or make a quick stop at Berjaya Praslin to enjoy vegetarian Indian food as per your choice. Next stop Valle de Mai Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve ("May Valley") is a nature park and UNESCO World Heritage Site on the island of Praslin, Seychelles. It consists of a well-preserved palm forest, flagship species made up of the island endemic coco de Mer, as well as five other endemic palms. The coco de Mer (Lodoiceamaldivica), a monocot tree in the Arecaceae (palm family), has the largest seeds (double nut seed) of any plant in the world. Also unique to the park is its wildlife, including birds such as the rare Seychelles black parrot, mammals, crustaceans, snails, and reptiles. There has been a determined effort to eliminate all the introduced exotic species of plants from the area but this has not been successful in eliminating coffee, pineapple, and ornamental palms thus far. This forest, with its primitive plant and animal species, is a relic from the time when the supercontinent of Gondwana was divided into smaller parts, leaving the Seychelles islands between the present-day Madagascar and India. Finish the day by visiting Anse Georgette (swimming not recommended) Anse Georgette keeps quiet, hidden away on the grounds of the Constance Lemuria resort, remaining empty, untouched, and a wonderful shade of blue. What makes it so unique - apart from being completely undeveloped - is that there isn't a single rock or piece of coral in the bay, allowing the white sands on the sea bed to create wonderful turquoise-colored water that is unblemished. In our view, it is the most attractive beach on the island. Click pictures and have a wonderful time to admire the beauty of this beach.

Day 3: Mahe City Tour (optional tour)

After breakfast, take a ferry and arrive at Mahe. Amuse yourself with a city tour of Mahe. (As discussed, you can hire a car and explore Mahe as well) Victoria is the smallest capital in the world. Attractions in the city include a clock tower modeled on that of Vauxhall Clock Tower in London, England, the Courthouse, the Victoria Botanical Gardens, the Victoria National Museum of History, the Victoria Natural History Museum and the Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market. Victoria Market and the brightly colored fish and fruit markets are the local hotspots for the Seychellois people. Also nearby is the gallery of local artist Georges Camille. You can also go shopping in Eden Island to collect souvenirs for your loved ones and finish the day by having dinner at The Maharajas at Eden Island itself.

Day 4: Full Day Reef Safari (Lunch included, optional tour)

Board the catamaran and start the tour to the for reef safari exploring the fauna by bird feeding and have a closer look by the glass bottom. You can also observe them closely by snorkeling. Indulge yourself with delicious Creole lunch and proceed to Moyenne Island. Situated in the Sainte Anne Marine National Park close to the North Coast of Mahe Island, Seychelles, Moyenne Island is a paradise for nature lovers. Moyenne, a privately owned island was purchased by Brendon Grimshaw in 1970. Now known as Moyenne Island National Park, this wild park is donned with lush green vegetation including two-thirds of all endemic plants to Seychelles. Catch a glimpse of thousands of birds along with 500 endemic turtle doves that inhabit this island. Watch more than 100 giant tortoises that roam freely on the island. Huge granite boulders and white sandy beaches add to the magnificence of this island, sheltered by coral reefs. There are plenty of other attractions like pirate graves; a treasure dig, ancient ruins, a museum, and turtle lagoon on this island. For the perfect ending of the day, a "petit rum punch des Iles" is served on board before heading back to the Marine Charter and to your hotel.

Day 5: Back to India

The claims for Adam and Eve being the original honeymooners, as well as the original sinners, may not stand up to the closest scrutiny, but Seychelles remains a contender for paradise on earth. Back to India with most amazing memories

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