Day 1 : SECTOR > Arrive at Seychelles
On arrival at Airport, you will be met by our local representative. Later take your private transfer and proceed to your Hotel. Check in hotel. Rest of the day is free at leisure on these paradise islands.
Day 2 : SECTOR > Mahe Island Tour
After breakfast, you may proceed for fun activities like water sports, deep sea diving, snorkeling and swimming in the crystal clear waters. You can also opt for a full day Mahe Island tour, an excellent introduction to the Seychelles.
Mahe is the most populated island in the Seychelles, and also the largest granitic island in the Seychelles archipelago. The Seychelles islands are unique in that they are the only oceanic granitic islands in the world
There is an opportunity to enjoy shopping in Victoria. Later that day Visit Morne Seychellois National Park, admire the spectacular view from the historic ruins of Mission and stop off at the Tea Plantation on the slopes of Morne Blanc. Visit the quiet corners of South Mahe and stop at the Craft Village and Model Boat Building Workshop.
Day 3 : SECTOR > Victoria Tour
On this day we take a bit of the day to exploring the capital of the Seychelles – Victoria. This is the smallest capital in the world, so it won’t take us too long to explore.
Highlights include the colourful central market and the clock tower in the centre of town. There’s also a small but very interesting natural history museum, if you want to learn a bit about how the islands formed and their unique flora and fauna.
From Victoria, we take the mountain road known as Sans Souci, which will give you a different perspective of the island. This road leads high up into the mountains, and there are a number of attractions along the way. Those of you who love hiking will appreciate the fairly strenuous hike known as Capolia, which takes 90 minutes to 2 hours, depending on your fitness.
Day 4: SECTOR> Mahe
On this day should explore the south of the island, which is one of my favourite parts of Mahe. This part of the island, being a little further away from the capital, is a little less developed, but has many attractions to explore. In terms of geography, generally the south can be thought of as being anywhere south of the airport
Day 5 : SECTOR > Praslin
On the morning of your fourth day, we suggest you take the early morning ferry across to Praslin (the main ferry provider is Cat Cocos) . This takes around an hour, and leaves from the Inter Island ferry port in Victoria.We’re going to start with the Vallee de Mai on Praslin. This is a UNESCO world heritage site, and the major tourist attraction on the island. Here, one of the Seychelles most unique endemic plants grows – the giant Coco de Mer palm.
Once you are done with the Vallee du Mai, it’s time to visit some of Praslin’s spectacular beaches. One of the most famous of these is Anse Lazio, which regularly tops lists of the best beaches in the world.
Day 6 : SECTOR > Praslin / Curieuse Day Trip
On this day, we recommend taking a boat tour of some of the islands around Praslin (you can also do similar boat tours from Mahe as well). The Seychelles archipelago has over 100 islands, each of which is unique, so we think that exploring some of the smaller ones is an essential part of any trip to the Seychelles.
Generally, most boat excursions include 2 or 3 of the following islands: Curieuse, Cousin, Felicité, Coco, Sister, and/or the small island of St. Pierre – the latter of which is just a small granite outcrop that is good to snorkel around (you don’t actually land on it).
An appealing island for many visitors is Curieuse as this is the best place to meet the Aldabra Giant Land Tortoise. This is a massive tortoise species, endemic to the Seychelles, which can grow to an excess of 600lb and 200 years in age.
Day 7 : SECTOR >Depart Seychelles
After breakfast, enjoy your last morning at leisure. Check out of the hotel and transfer to the airport to board your flight out.