Exclusive Trips to Seychelles IslandsWe design exclusive tailor-made holidays
Tailor-made travel to Seychelles
Seychelles Islands. It’s not just another place, it’s another world. Unique is an overused word. It has appeared so many times in travel catalogs that it has ended up losing its true meaning. And that’s unless you’re describing Seychelles. When referring to our glittering islands, “unique” takes on its true meaning and evokes the purest essence of Seychelles. And not just once; over and over again up to 115 times. These 115 pristine islands scattered in the middle of the Indian Ocean are one of the most valuable treasures in this world. A place where pure and authentic nature is perfectly preserved from the pernicious influences of ferocious mercantilism. A place where tranquility and simplicity are found and innocence is rediscovered. A place like no other in the world.
and start designing your tailor-made holidays by contacting our specialist consultants in Seychelles…
- You’ll be able to relax and enjoy each of the islands that the archipelago has to offer
- We prepare incredible water activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving
- We suggest going out in search of dolphin watching, manta rays, turtles
- You’ll relax with a massage in front of the sea at the luxurious spa & wellness centre
- You’ll dine by the sea in an exclusive hotel
- You’ll enjoy a morning fishing trip for yourselves
- You’ll take a guided tour of the most emblematic places of Mahé.
- You’ll visit the most famous beaches in Seychelles such as Anse Intendance , le Petite
Anse, Bel Ombre Beach and Anse Takamaka Beach.
- In Praslin, you’ll play golf on one of the best golf courses in the world
Each holidays is tailor-made and personalized
We designed an exclusive travel to Seychelles for a couple of businessmen with the greatest desire for relaxation, golf and water activities. We created an itinerary with a few days at a luxury spa resort on the island of Mahé combined with experiences on a private snorkeling yacht, Curieuse Island and golfing on one of the best courses in the world. After a getaway to the island of La Digue, we closed with a sundowner cocktail and a wine tasting at the exclusive hotel in Praslin.
Best time to visit Seychelles
From October to May
From 6.299 EUR per person
We design exclusive tailor-made travel to Seychelles.
Dotting the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa, Seychelles is famous for its bespoke romantic getaways, adventure opportunities, and stunning natural beauty. This exceptionally picturesque archipelago is made up of 115 coral and granite islands. Visitors can look forward to relaxing on sun-drenched beaches lapped in crystal clear turquoise waters, visiting the lively capital of Victoria, and exploring the colorful coral underwater wonderlands that surround the islands. Other highlights include abundant wildlife such as giant Aldabra tortoises and nesting sea turtles, native plant life, and an abundance of tropical birds. Don’t miss the chance to visit the two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve and the Aldabra Atoll.
Travel to Mahé Island, the largest island in the Seychelles.
Mahe is the largest of the Seychelles islands and encompasses the country’s international airport as well as its capital, the surprisingly quiet and peaceful city of Victoria, home to about a third of the national population, as well as plenty of good restaurants and entertainment. Mahe has a mountainous interior characterized by dense tropical forests and stony outcrops, while its coastline is blessed with some 75 beautiful beaches. The best known of these is the idyllic white-sand Beau Vallon, bordered by deep bays that offer excellent swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
Praslin Island, Seychelles.
Dotting the Indian Ocean, Praslin Island is the second largest of the Seychelles islands and boasts a tranquil and relaxed atmosphere. Spanning nearly 40 square kilometers, the island’s landscape features lush rainforest, bordered by pristine world-famous beaches lapped by crystal clear turquoise waters. According to local legend, the island served as a pirate hideout throughout the 18th century, and today it is a popular holiday destination. Praslin is home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve, with its forests of ancient coco de mer palms that produce the largest seeds in the plant kingdom. Popular activities include: turtle and turtle watching, snorkeling, scuba diving, and sailing.
Visit the island of La Digue.
This picture-perfect island is part of the Seychelles archipelago with ox-cart taxis, a verdant hinterland, tranquil water bays, and stunningly beautiful beaches filled with massive rocks; It’s a totally idyllic holiday destination. La Digue has retained a charming old-world atmosphere and a strong Creole identity, with traditions and ceremonies that remain a focal point of the island’s culture. Top attractions include the beautiful Anse Source d’Argent beach and the Veuve Nature Reserve, home to the elusive black paradisiacal fly catcher, of which there are only a couple hundred left on earth.
Best Snorkeling Sites in Seychelles; Sainte Anne National Marine Park.
Sainte Anne Marine National Park is just off the northeast coast of Mahe Island, located in the heart of Seychelles. It encompasses a collection of picturesque islands known for their pristine white-sand beaches, world-class diving and snorkeling spots, sumptuous Creole cuisine, and quirky hotels. The raw and unspoiled beauty of the environment attracts many tourists annually. Sainte Anne Marine National Park forms a sanctuary to protect and maintain a unique concentration of underwater ecosystems. Visitors can discover the wonders of the underwater coral garden and observe abundant marine life, such as many species of colorful tropical fish, manta rays, and sea turtles that hide in the extensive seagrass meadows.
Giant tortoises on the island of Curieuse.
Located just off the north coast of Praslin Island, Curieuse is a small granite island in the beautiful Seychelles. Originally called “Ile Rouge” for its unique mountains of red earth, Curieuse is known for its remarkable landscapes with mangrove forests, incredible rock formations, and golden sandy beaches lapped by crystal clear turquoise waters. It is known as the natural home of unique coco de mer trees as well as giant Aldabra tortoises. The waters surrounding the island form the Curieuse National Marine Park, home to coral gardens and a variety of exotic marine life. Packed with huge granite boulders, Anse St Jose is an idyllic beach perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Other popular activities include bird watching, hiking, and wildlife viewing.
Activities in Seychelles; visit the Baie Ternay Marine Park.
Baie Ternay Marine Park is a nature reserve in a bay on the northwest coast of Seychelles’ main island, Mahe. Situated between two hills and bordering Morne Seychellois National Park, the bay’s calm turquoise waters are perfect not only for castaways seeking refuge from the monsoons, but also as a vital feeding and breeding ground for turtles, dolphins, whale sharks, catfish and moray eel. With this wildlife swimming among its incredible mangrove habitats, sandy shorelines, rocky shores, seagrass beds, and coral reefs, the bay is known as a snorkeler’s and snorkeler’s paradise. The park does not have a direct coastal road, creating an otherworldly, untouched and enigmatic experience. However, Baie Ternay is also conveniently close to Victoria, the capital of the Seychelles, (approximately 40 minutes by car), which offers all the modern city amenities that some travelers may need.
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