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From 180.00
10 Hours
Discover two of the Seychelles' most breathtaking islands; Praslin & La Digue from Mahé. Visit Glacis Noir on Praslin and Anse Souce D'Argent on La Digue. Enjoy a buffet Creole lunch on La Digue. Pick up is included from your hotel in the North & Central of Mahé, the boat that will take you to Praslin, the Seychelles' second-largest island.
From 120.00
6 Hours
Head out to the Ste. Anne Marine Park Islands. Disembark at Moyenne Island, where you can join a brief tour to see the roaming, giant land tortoises, followed by lunch at the Cerf or Long island Visit the island of tortoises (Moyenne) Fish feeding Snorkeling with the fish Sand Band Barbecue lunch on the beach More swimming
From 110.00
10 Hours
Full Day Cruise including fish feeding, snorkeling, cruise along the bay, clear kayak (upon demand). * Subject to availability
From 70.00
6 Hours
Full Day Cruise including fish feeding, snorkeling, cruise along the bay, clear kayak (upon demand).
From 70.00
4 Hours
Starts from 15H00 pm to 18H45 pm Fish feeding & snorkeling in the park Cruise along the bay until sunset down Take memorable photos. * Subject to availability
From 200.00
10 Hours
A full day Boat trip to Curieuse, visit the small granitic island of Curieuse 1.13 square meter's in the north coast of the Island of Praslin. Curieuse is well known for his unique coco de Mer palms, one of the cultural icons of the Seychelles only growing on the 2 neighboring island, also known for the giant land tortoise. Depart Mahe at 07H30 am & depart curieuse at 11 am to La Digue. On La Digue guest has their own bicycle, they can have lunch & visit the Island. Back to the jetty by 4H00 pm for boarding. * Subject to availability
From 100.00
10 Hours
Whether you’re a first time fisher or an experienced angler, Seychelles have the best spots to satisfy your fishy cravings. Toss out your line and catch the colorful bounty of the Indian Ocean in a must-try fishing experience in Seychelles. Our strategic locations and insider knowledge of the ideal spots grants for easy access to the archipelago of our islands and many other beautiful spots with plentiful catch! These offer one of the last untouched fishing grounds in the world and also provide refuge to huge pods of dolphin, Manta rays, turtles and most exciting of all, game fish!
From 100.00
8 Hours
Mahé is the largest island of Seychelles,. Mahé’s tallest peak is Morne Seychellois at 905 m (2,969 ft), which lies in the Morne Seychellois National Park. The northern and eastern parts of the island are home to much of the population and the Seychelles International Airport. The southern and western parts have Baie Ternay Marine National Park, Port Launay Marine National Park, and University of Seychelles. The Sainte Anne Marine National Park lies offshore and several smaller islands. Mahé was a French possession until 1812 when it became a British colony. It remained a colony until 1976 when Seychelles became an independent nation.
From 70.00
4 Hours
Mahé is the largest island of Seychelles,. Mahé’s tallest peak is Morne Seychellois at 905 m (2,969 ft), which lies in the Morne Seychellois National Park. The northern and eastern parts of the island are home to much of the population and the Seychelles International Airport. The southern and western parts have Baie Ternay Marine National Park, Port Launay Marine National Park, and University of Seychelles. The Sainte Anne Marine National Park lies offshore and several smaller islands. Mahé was a French possession until 1812 when it became a British colony. It remained a colony until 1976 when Seychelles became an independent nation.
From 50.00
4 Hours
We start off at the Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clark market, the colorful bazaar, see the Little Ben Clock Tower, and indulge in the rich sights, sounds and scents of the Seychelles community. Visit the museum of Seychelles.
From 180.00
4 Hours
Fully Booked !
We start off at the Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clark market, the colorful bazaar, see the Little Ben Clock Tower, and indulge in the rich sights, sounds and scents of the Seychelles community. Visit the museum of Seychelles.
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