• Seychelles Islands

Island Hopping in the Seychelles

Every island in the Seychelles has its own personality. With a total population of 95,000 across all 115 islands it puts size and scale in to perspective. Mahé's impressive mountainous back drop becomes apparent as soon as you step off the plane. Take a morning stroll in the countries capital Victoria, learn about the history and visit the local market to become a part of island life. A short 15 minute flight and you'll be in Praslin, enjoy a slower pace and take a stroll on Anse Lazio beach. Visit Vallée de Mai National park to spot the native Black Parrot and the Coco de Mer nut. Enjoy the sea breeze over to La Digue and take a step back in time once again, where the main mode of transport is bicycle and the perfect way to see the island.

Duration
13 days

Guide Price

€4,979 pp
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
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Trip highlights

  • Stroll the local market in the country's capital, Victoria.
  • Explore Vallée de Mai National park on Praslin and be on the look out for the native Black Parrot.
  • Discover the secluded private island of Denis Private Island
  • Laze on white sand beaches framed by granitic boulders

Home to the country's capital - Victoria, Stroll through the market and taste the fresh fruit on offer, or purchase souvenirs for friends. Enjoy the sights of the worlds smallest capital with unique culture and architecture, from Little Big Ben to local stores and shops.Dive into the ocean and snorkel with whale sharks, or relax on one of the long stretches of stunning beaches Mahé is famous for.

Explore Praslin's ridge of small mountains or its fascinating flora and bird life. Its curving hills, and silky sand with palm tree, its pure bliss to anyone who visits. Head into the jungle and set sights upon the unique Coco de Mer nut, and the native black parrots, before sittingback and relaxing at Anse Lazio Beach. Voted within the top ten beaches in the world, island paradise is not hard to find on Praslin.

Reminiscing an historical fishing village, stroll through the main street of La Digue and gaze upon the jungle to your left and the harbouring boats to your right. Take a gentle cycle down its streets, but don’t just stop at one of the islands many boutique shops or restaurants, follow the trails to the west and visit L’ Union Estate, renowned Seychellois granite boulders and discover the hidden paradise of Anse Source D’Argent Beach, where beautiful rock formations, white powdery beaches, and clear blue waters await. Don’t forget to feed the turtles at the L’Union Estate Sanctuary, or take one of the many walking trials up into the hills for those breathe taking views.