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Seychelles – Honeymooners Haven 5 Nights 6 Days

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5 Nights 6 Days
Mahe Island & Praslin Island
Tour Details

The Seychelles, represents an archipelago of 115 granite & coral islands in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa with timeless beauty, tranquility and harmony that is famous for its world-beating beaches and for its great diversity which rolls from lush forests down to the warm azure ocean.

Seychelles is home to no less than two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the legendary Vallée de Mai on Praslin where the wondrously shaped Coco-de-mer nut grows high on ancient palms, Seychelles Black Parrots are also found there and the fabled Aldabra, the world’s largest raised coral atoll, famous for its limestone ‘champignon’ terrain, huge population of giant tortoises and relatively pristine marine life, a refuge for many endangered and unique species.

Mahé, a hub for visiting the other islands, is home to capital Victoria. It also has the mountain rainforests of Morne Seychellois National Park and beaches, including Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka.

The granite Inner Islands include Praslin, with the renowned Anse Georgette beach, studded with sculpted rock formations. On laid-back La Digue, bicycles are the main mode of transport, and rare birds inhabit the Veuve Nature Reserve. The remote and largely uninhabited Outer Islands are coral atolls and sand cays, such as Alphonse and Desroches, accessed by light plane or boat. The Seychelles have numerous resorts, spa hotels and self-catering options. The local Creole cuisine blends African, European, Indian and Chinese influences.

Seychelles, one of the world’s very last frontiers, promises adventure and breathtaking natural beauty in pristine surrounds still untouched by man.

Arrival & Departure

Victoria-Seychelles Airport (Google Map)

Price Includes

  • 3N Accommodation in Mahe Island
  • 2N Accommodation in Praslin Island
  • Daily breakfast
  • Discovery tour of Mahe Island
  • Sainte Anne Marine National Park Tour with lunch
  • Praslin Tour with Sunset Cruise
  • Full Day Praslin & La-Digue Tour with lunch
  • Inter-Island ferry transfers
  • Return Airport transfers by ferry

Price Excludes

  • Airfare
  • Visa (free on arrival)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Guide Tips & Cost of meal or any activity other than mentioned above
  • Any expenses of Personal Nature such as alcohol and other beverages, telephone calls, tips and laundry
  • Season Surcharge, if any, applicable
  • 5% GST applicable on total package cost


  • TBA
When to visit

The best times to visit Seychelles are April, May, October and November. These months represent the transition times between the hot and humid northwest trade winds (from November through March) and the cooler southeast trade winds that define April through October.



  • Arrive Mahe Island (Victoria Airport) Seychelles – a fabled paradise. After immigration and customs, meet and greet by our local representative and transfer to hotel.
  • Check-in at hotel. Day free for leisure. Overnight in Mahe Island.


  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Discover the main highlights of one of the World’s smallest capital, Victoria!! Proceed for a guided tour of Victoria with visits to Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market, clock tower [twin of the one outside London’s Victoria Station], Hindu temple, post office, museum, National Monument and Souvenir shops at the curio stalls, the Botanical Gardens. A turn around the corner takes one to the ‘Codevar’ building where local crafts, including the renowned Kreol Or [Creole Gold] are on display for sale. A walk across Albert Street leads one to the focal point of the town, its colourful market where stalls of fresh fish, tropical fruits & vegetables, herbs & spices, are displayed in an abundance of fragrances.
  • Drive across the Sans Soucis mountain pass, with a photo stop at the historical Mission Lodge. Depart through Tea Plantation (30 mins visit). Visit of the Port Launay Beach for photo stops. The tour continues around the southern tip of the island to the restored colonial plantation of ‘Jardin du Roi’, a cold drink of home-grown fruit welcomes visitors, before they tour the surrounding plantation of vegetables, exotic fruits, herbs and spices. The rest of the afternoon is for relaxation, with a stop at the Craft Village on the way back to the hotel. Reach hotel. Overnight in Mahe Island.


  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Visit the first marine park in the Indian Ocean and grab the opportunity to spend a whole day discovering the secrets that the Ste Anne Marine Park holds. This relaxing tour by glass-bottomed boats will depart from the quayside and head directly to the Marine National Park consisting of eight islands, Ste Anne, Île Cachée, Cerf, Moyenne, Round, Beacon, Long Island & Harrison Rock. The park is adorned with 75 endemic species of flora, such as mosses, lichens, sea weeds, algae and coastal shrubs and plantations. Vibrant marine fauna is spotted here, which includes eagle rays, pipefish, sea turtles and bottlenose dolphins. 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 & scuba diving in crystal clear waters of the marine park before landing on one of the island. BBQ lunch on Moyenne island is included in this tour. Back to hotel. Overnight in Mahe Island.


  • Breakfast at the hotel & check-out. Depart for Praslin via a short 40 mins ferry ride. Praslin is the more laid-back island with isolated beaches and turquoise blue water.
  • Arrive Praslin & proceed to hotel for Check-in. Explore the beaches around the island that are all dreamlike, picture postcards of white sand and shallow, turquoise seas, with famous names like Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette frequently making top ten lists of best beaches and most beautiful destinations worldwide. Soak up the sun in style while you keep a sunglassed eye out for the very rare bird species that dwell on Praslin, including the Seychelles bulbul and the black parrot.
  • In the evening, take a sunset cruise to experience a unique and magical atmosphere with the sense of serenity this time of the day brings, when the sky turns into shades of reds, pinks and orange. Enjoy the romantic cruise with tasty snacks and soft drinks to the blending sounds of the subtle guitar, the light winds and gentle waves while cruising along the bay of Baie Ste Anne. Seychelles made Takamaka Bay rum cocktail will also be offered before the end of your breathtaking memorable sunset. back to your hotel. Overnight in Praslin Island.


  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • The isle of Praslin boasts one of the renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Vallee-de-Mai Nature Reserve believed to be the original “Garden of Eden”. A walk along the tended paths of this extraordinary primeval forest is the unique habitat in the universe where the World’s biggest nut Coco-de-Mer palm grows in its natural state, listening to the trill of the rare Black Parrot transports one to the beginning of time; giving credence to the legends of this World Heritage Site. Proceed to La Digue.
  • Arrive La Digue and head straight to a Creole restaurant for lunch. It is the fourth largest island of the Seychelles group. Here, time stands still and the use of bicycles and ox-cart are quite prevalent. With a population of just over 2000 and a rich flora, La Digue is home to one of the rarest birds on earth – the Paradise Flycatcher. Transfer from the jetty is by ox-cart to L’Union Estate for a tour of the copra sheds, the giant land tortoises and the recently refurbished colonial plantation house, location of the film “Goodbye Emmanuelle”. The tour of La Digue resumes by ‘camion’, an open-sided truck with canopy, stopping at Anse Source d’Argent, one of the most spectacular beaches in the world featured on the Bounty chocolate, allowing you ample time to relax, swim & photograph the impressive granite rock formations. Depart to jetty & proceed by boat from La Digue to Praslin. Reach hotel. Overnight in Praslin Island.


  • Breakfast at the hotel & check-out.
  • Take ferry back from the jetty to Mahe International Airport for return flight.

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