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Seychelles Tour Package

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Itinerary

DAY 01: Seychelles International Airport – Hotel (Mahe Island)

Welcome to Seychelles. Upon arrival at the Airport you will be met by our local representative who will transfer you to Mahe island hotel. Overnight at South Point Chalets or Similar.

Day 02: Full Day Mahe Island Sic (Mahe Island)

Mahe island, the largest granitic land mass of the Seychelles archipelago, covers an area of 152 square kilometers. While the most developed, the Northern coast still has towering granite Peaks lavish vegetation, enchanting villages and splendid beaches which makes, making Mahé renowned for the greatest contrast in scenery in the archipelago. Driving along the coastline and through the mountains, the granite boulders & greenery in contrast with the blue sea, presents striking sceneries. Discover the landmarks of Victoria, the heart of Mahé. The bustling and colorful market and kiosks present an opportunity to shop or just browse through the arrays of local spices, arts, handicraft and savories. The Catholic Cathedral’s first phase started with the construction of the vault in 1851 and is the resting ground for the first Seychellois bishop, who passed away in 2001. Seychelles’s own miniature “Big Ben” marks the centre of the capital and is a remembrance of the times when the islands were under the British reign.

Learn of the origins of Seychelles settlements, culture, traditions and the islands species at the National History Museum. Visit the Botanical gardens for a précis of the flora & fauna of the Seychelles, spreading over 6 hectares sheltering 50 palm species, endemic plants, the giant tortoises, fruit bats, native and endangered birds. Drive uphill to Mission Lodge, where the ruins of the school of the children of the freed slaves are still apparent. The view points’ aerial panoramic view of the intertwining hills truly is a breathtaking sight.

A proceeding drive downhill takes you along the rural southwest coast of the island & to Jardin du Roi (The Kings’ garden), originally established in 1771 by Pierre Poive or “Peter Pepper” who thought the island and spot to be perfect for the cultivation of spices for trade. The re-creation of this working plantation, today, nurtures a variety of aromatic spice plants, tropical fruits, essential oil plants, endemic palms as well as a small rustic Creole restaurant, making use of the large variety of fresh spices and seasonal fruits to produce mouthwatering dishes.

Overnight at South Point Chalets or Similar.

Day 03: Full Day Praslin & La Digue Tour (Mahe Island)

With an area of 10.1 square mile and a population of just over 2000 and a rich flora, La Digue is home to one of the rarest bird on earth – the Paradise Flycatcher. Known for preserving traditions, the island’s ‘trademark’ is the must-visit l’Union Estate, still sporting its traditional coconut oil mill, the old copra kiln and a fine colonial house set amongst vanilla and coconut plantations. As you stroll along, pet the gentle giant land tortoises before settling down on the picturesque Anse Source d’Argent, voted as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Set against exceptional rock formation, the place remains a source of inspiration for artistes and will simply take away your breath. Relax and take memorable pictures of one of the few natural places in the world where you can hear your heart beating! With over 7000 inhabitants, the island, second largest of the archipelago covers an area of over 37sqm. Named after Le Duc de Praslin, a French Minister, the isle of Praslin boasts one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, the renowned Vallée de Mai, believed to be the original ‘Garden of Eden’. As you stroll through this amazing forest, meet the World’s biggest nut, the inspiring Coco de Mer. Your tour will then take you to the exquisite Anse Lazia beach which over recent years has appeared on the list of top 10 beaches in the world and has graced the front page of several publications. Your visit to these two islands will not only be a dream come true, but a memorable experience…for you will have been seduced!

Overnight at South Point Chalets or Similar.

Day 04: Full Day Free Time In Mahe Island (Mahe Island)

The day is free for leisure. There is no service included, you may spend time, as per your interests.

Overnight at South Point Chalets or Similar.

DAY 05: Full Day Mahe Glass Bottom Boat (Mahe Island)

Discover the magic of Seychelles silent and colorful underwater world. This relaxing tour by glass-bottomed boats will depart from the quayside and head directly to the Marine National Park. Enjoy the experience of gazing upon a multitude of corals and wide variety of fishes, including parrot, angel and butterfly. Time will be allocated for viewing, hand feeding of fish and snorkeling in crystal clear waters of the marine park before landing on one of the islands.

Overnight at South Point Chalets or Similar.

DAY 06: Full Day free time in Mahe Island

The day is free for leisure. There is no service included, you may spend time, as per your interests.

Overnight at South Point Chalets or Similar.

Day 07: Departure

Check out from hotel and get transferred to the airport for your journey to further destination.

Hotel Details

Cost Per Person on Twin Sharing basis

Inclusion & Exclusion

Inclusions:

  • 6 Nights accommodation in Mahe Island at the South Point Chalets
  • All transfers and tours as per the itienarary and are operated on shared basis

Exclusions:

  • International/Domestic Flights
  • Visas
  • Overseas travel Insurance
  • Porterage , tipping at hotels and during tours
  • Anything not mentioned in the head called package inclusions
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