Booking for : 7-Day Beach Holiday In The Seychelles

7-Day Beach Holiday In The Seychelles

Booking for : 7-Day Beach Holiday In The Seychelles

Tour Details

Language – French, English and Creole are the three official languages in Seychelles. Creole, the first language, is French-based and is spoken by the majority of the population. English is widely spoken so you can absolutely get by without speaking Creole. Like in any other countries, speaking at least some Creole phrases or attempting to learn is greatly appreciated by the locals.

Currency exchange – The Seychellois Rupee (SCR) is the official currency of Seychelles. Exchanging money in Seychelles is easy and follows the same standard to elsewhere in Africa. Most major establishments like hotels and restaurants in major tourist and business destinations accept credit cards. The best way to get local currency is to use the ATMs, which are widely available in Mahé, Praslin and La Digue, and withdraw in Seychellois Rupee to get the best rate.

Transportation – In Seychelles, everything is accessible by bus, rental car, ferry, boat or domestic flight, so if you are looking into visiting islands away from Mahé Island, you have to consider which option suits your preference and budget. Cat Cocos is a catamaran, which operates between Mahé and Praline four times daily. Travel time is approximately 1 hour and one way economy class ticket costs 43 euros. Inter-Island Ferry Services; on the other hand, operates between Praslin and La Digue. Travel time is approximately 15 minutes and one way economy class ticket costs 12 euros.

Accommodation – There are plenty of budget and luxurious hotels and guesthouses providing friendly island hospitality in Mahé Island, Praslin and La Digue.  You can sample exclusive island resort, or stay in cheaper lodges or inns and just go on a day excursion to see the other islands.

Day 1,Mahé Island

Victoria is the capital city of the Seychelles and is situated on the north-eastern side of Mahé island, the archipelago’s main island. The city was first established as the seat of the British colonial government and main economic hub. It is best to get an early morning arrival so you could fight off your jet lag before you go exploring in the afternoon. Get settled and eat at one of the many restaurants in Victoria. You can try some of the top rated restaurants like Del Place Bar and Restaurant, The Maharajas, Coral Asia Sushi Restaurant and Anchor Cafe. If you arrive late at night, get a good night sleep so you have energy for a whole day of adventure the next day.

Day 2,Mahé Island to Praslin Island

Wake up to a delicious breakfast in your private room or get a slice of authentic island life in local bars and restaurants and try the local delicacy Caris masala. After breakfast, check out from the hotel then proceed to the next thing on your wanderlust wish list, which is to see the colorful coral reef fish, corals and other marine species. You can either go on a snorkeling day excursion or go on a diving adventure before you head to your next island destination. Check in and capture the Sunset over the famous beach Anse Lazio seen from the granite boulders of Praslin island later dinner and overnight in your hotel.

Day 3,Praslin Island

Enjoy breakfast then proceed to tour the island, the beauty and diversity of the underwater world or you may also explore Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, one of Seychelles’s two UNESCO World Heritage sites. Vallée de Mai is home to various endangered species like Seychelles sunbird, black parrot, Seychelles blue pigeon, bronze gecko and the tiger chameleon It is also here that you will see the largest seed in the world, the Coco de Mer, later in the evening return to your hotel for dinner and overnight

Day 4,Praslin Island to La Digue

After breakfast in Praslin Island check out of your hotel board a boat and venture into La Digue, the third largest inhabited island of the Seychelles. Set on its own steep granite island with postcard perfect beaches, La Digue provides great swimming, snorkeling and beach experience plus greater privacy. The island has all the necessary facilities like bars, eating and dining facilities which will surely give you a fantastic beach holiday check in your hotel relax and have private time to yourselves dinner and overnight.

Day 5,La Digue

On day 5, enjoy La Digue’s diversity and beautiful beaches. The island boasts some of the most photographed beaches in the world like Anse aux Cèdres, Anse Banane, Anse Bonnet Carré and Anse Cocos. For people who want to be away from the world for a while and those who want to spend some time in a hammock with views that look like screen savers, then La Digue is for you!

Day 6,La Digue to Mahé Island

On your sixth day in Seychelles, avail a day excursion to the islands of Grande Soeur and Petite Soeur, commonly referred to as The Sisters Islands. Grande Soeur is a fantastic destination for swimming, snorkeling and diving. For lunch, enjoy a customary lunch in the island. Lounge on the beach and savor local specialties and signature favorites. NB/Grand Soeur is a private island managed by Le Chateau de Feuilles, which charges visitors an entrance fee. Return to Mahé Island in the afternoon.

Day 7,Departure

Check out of the hotel head to the airport in time to for your international flight home with unforgettable memories of seychelles.
  •  Airport transfers and transport
  • Accommodations
  • Tours
  • Taxes
  • International flights
  • Optional tours
  • Insurances
  • Visa
  • Tips
NOTE: The rates may vary depending on the rate of exchange and other fees that might be charged when accessing some attractions in this destination

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