The spectacular beauty and unique allure of the Seychelles will be revealed on this island-hopping vacation. You will go to Mahe, Praslin, and La Digue, the three major granite islands in the Seychelles. The islands are all beautiful in their own right, some more so than others, but they all have one thing in common: lush tropical foliage, white sand beaches, and water ranging in color from emerald green to deep blue. Awestruck visitors can watch as beach after beach unfolds before them, giving the impression of either endless stretches of white sand or rare white pearls encircled by little bays and lagoons.
- Airport transfers
- Park fees/charges
- Pick and drop services
- Drinking water during the safari/tour
- Outdoor activities (as per the itenerary)
- Accommodation (as per the itenerary)
- A professional driver/guide
- Transportation; 4*4 Jeep, Van, or by air (as per the itenerary)
- All Taxes/VAT
- Meals; full board or half-board (as per the itenerary)
- ** Any other inclusion as indicated in the itenerary
- Insurance (where applicable)
- International flights charges and fares
- Tips and gifts to service providers
- Any personal item that you may need during the tour
- Additional government imposed taxes and/or park fees
- Drinks and meals outside the tour package
- Visa charges
- Additional accommodation (as you may choose)
- Any other charges that may arise in due time
A representative from Hallmark Travel Planners will be there to greet you when you land. Anse Soleil Beach Comber hotel transfer via air-conditioned coach.
Beachgoer of Anse SoleilTourist accommodations in Anse Soleil
The beachgoers of Anse Soleil can be found in Baie Lazare on the southwestern coast of Mahe Island. There are a total of 14 rooms in the hotel, including 5 regular rooms, 5 superior rooms, and 4 premier rooms, each with its own veranda overlooking the water. The modest hotel also features four brand-new chalets, each with a full kitchen and all the conveniences of home. All of the endemic palm species of the Seychelles are represented in the hotel's garden. We have a room booked at the hotel with half board.
The second day is spent acclimating to the environment and the locals. Spend the day unwinding at your Mahe beach resort. Feel free to explore the area at your own leisure and do some shopping or sightseeing. The island is the seat of government and the principal center of trade, and it is home to about 90% of the entire population (around 72,200 people), reflecting Seychelles' mixed ethnicity and descent from African, Indian, Chinese, and European communities.
At the Anse Soleil Beachcomber for supper and the night.
Today, you'll be whisked away from your accommodation for a hike along Mahe Island's Nature Trail. You can expect a water bottle and a lunch box.
Because of the careful conservation efforts made on the Seychelles' islands, visitors can enjoy thrilling and unexpected hikes along winding roads on Mahé. Hikers on Mahé and the outer islands will have the opportunity to explore protected areas and take in breathtaking vistas of the natural beauty of the Seychelles. Explore Seychelles and learn about its unique flora and fauna, including the carnivorous pitcher plant, the scoops owl, the jellyfish tree, the Seychelles wolf snake, the gardiner's tree frog (also called the gardiner's Seychelles frog), one of the smallest frogs in the world, and many others.
In the late afternoon, everyone goes back to their respective lodgings. The Berjaya Beau Vallon Mahe Beach Resort is where we will be staying for dinner and the night.
Take a Helicopter flight to Praslin Island after breakfast. You will be picked up from the Praslin airport and taken directly to your accommodation. The Berjaya Praslin Beach Resort is where you will be staying. The second largest island in Seychelles, Praslin is home to 6,500 inhabitants. It's 10 km by 3.7 km and 45 kilometres northeast of Mahé. It will take you about 2 hours to drive all the way around the island.
Praslin's beach is the perfect place to unwind for the day. Free time to wander the shops and attractions of the Island as you please. One of the two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Seychelles, the spectacular Vallée de Mai may be found on the island of Praslin. Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette, two of the island's beaches, are among the best in the world and regularly rank in the top ten. When the first 'Stone of Possession' was set up in 1768 in the area now known as Anse Possession, the island was given the name Praslin in honor of the Duc de Praslin, the French minister of marine at the time.
There will be a dinner and an overnight stay at the Berjaya Praslin Beach Resort. We opted for the half-board option while booking.
Today you'll take a trip to the island of La Digue. About 2,000 people call this third-largest granite island in Seychelles home. The journey from Praslin takes around half an hour, and daily life here moves at the same leisurely pace as the island's primary mode of transportation, the ox cart. Bicycles are a common mode of transportation due to the island's strict automobile ban. A ferry will take you there.
On La Digue, time seems to have stopped, and people still rely on ox carts and bicycles for transportation. On La Digue, you can still find people using traditional techniques for boat construction and copra (coconut product) refining.
We stayed at Pension Michel for dinner and the night.
The Island offers nonstop downtime. Free time to wander the shops and attractions of the Island as you please.
La Digue, the fourth largest island in the Seychelles, is located in close proximity to Praslin and its satellite islands, Félicité, Marianne, and the Sisters Islands.
La Digue was named after a ship in the fleet of French adventurer Marion Dufresne, who sailed to the granitic islands of Seychelles in 1768. We stayed at Pension Michel for dinner and the night. We opted for the half-board option while booking.
On the final day, you'll be picked up from your accommodation and driven to the airport, where you'll catch a Helicopter ride to Mahe and a flight home.