One Week (7 Days) Seychelles Luxury Safari Itinerary.


Although a week is too short to see everything in the stunning Seychelles, there is plenty to explore on the islands. This seven-day trip covers the highlights of Seychelles, from the capital city of Victoria to the islands of La Digue and Praslin. It’s simple to spend a day traveling to other islands in the Seychelles from any of them. You can plan ahead and schedule a day trip through your resort, or you can make your plans once you arrive on these beautiful islands. This weeklong plan will help you make the most of your time in the Seychelles, whether you want to relax on a picture-perfect beach or discover the vibrant culture of the capital.


  • 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

Tour Amenities

Accepts Credit Cards
Car Parking
Free Coupons
Laundry service
Outdoor Seating
Smoking Allowed
Wireless Internet

Tour Plan

If you're staying in Victoria, it's best to drop your baggage off at the hotel after landing at Seychelles International Airport (SEZ), on Mahé island. Victoria, one of the smallest capitals in the world, is stunning and has many attractions. After you've put your belongings in storage, head out to see what Victoria has to offer.

If you want to learn about Seychellois culture and traditions, you should definitely check out the Seychelles Natural History Museum and the exotic Seychelles National Botanical Gardens. Visitors to Victoria Market can pick up a wide variety of mementos for friends and family back home. The market dates back to the 1800s and sells a wide range of goods, from colorful apparel and T-shirts to locally made jewelry. You can also get a taste of authentic Seychellois cuisine at the many food vendors selling things like freshly caught fish, fruit, and juice cocktails.

Hire a car for the day or get a rental car to see more of Mahé on day two of your trip. It's the kind of day that calls for beach hopping all the way from Baie Lazare to Anse Intendance to Anse Royale and then on to Beau Vallon for a breathtaking sunset.

If you're interested in learning more about rum or tea after you've had your fill of the beach, consider taking a tour of the Takamaka Rum Distillery or the Tea Factory. Le Jardin Du Roi Spice Garden is a spice homestead with a modest equipped museum, nature walks, and a delightful Creole restaurant offering Seychellois-style cuisine where you can learn more about the history of the island. There are breathtaking vistas of the ocean from the hilltop garden.

On day three, take the ferry from Mahé to Praslin, which takes about an hour. Once you've landed, you can get around the beautiful island by hiring a taxi or getting a rental car. The national park and World Heritage site of Vallée de Mai should be your first destination. The beautiful Seychelles National Park is home to the endangered coco de mer palm tree. The park is a great place to spend a day because it has beautiful scenery and great hiking routes.

Visit the famous Anse Lazio beach after exploring Vallee de Mai. It has the cleanest boulders, clearest water, and whitest sand, making it the ideal place to decompress. Get some fresh air and exercise while walking along the beach or swimming in the clear, cool ocean. After that, relax for the night at the hotel while feasting on a seafood buffet filled with the day's fresh catches.

The next step is to take a water taxi or organized excursion to the islands of Curieuse and St. Pierre from Praslin. Spend a fantastic day observing the wild huge Aldabra tortoises for which the island is famous. The lush vegetation on the island of Curieuse makes it an attractive destination for a day trip that includes a hike and a short boat ride to adjacent St. Pierre.

A speedboat or a tiny glass-bottomed kayak are also viable options for a cruise. Both islands are well-known for excellent snorkeling opportunities, so it's a good idea to choose a mode of transportation that allows you to squeeze in a fast dive on the way.

Since St. Pierre was originally settled by the French, you may feel as though you've traveled back in time when you arrive. Have lunch at the Hotel Robert, a popular hangout for notorious gangster Al Capone. Since the island served as a base for rum runners during Prohibition, French wine and rum can still be found throughout the region; sample some on your way back to Praslin.

Traveling to La Digue from Praslin on the ferry takes only 15 minutes. Bicycles are the most common mode of transportation after you get on La Digue, and they're perfect for getting around the tiny island. La Digue has some of the best beaches in all of the Seychelles, making it an ideal vacation spot.

Visit the most popular beach, Grand Anse, and then spend the day at nearby Anse Patates, Anse La Réunion, or Petite Anse. There are plenty of beautiful beaches to choose from on this peaceful island. While unwinding on the sand, take in the breathtaking vistas of the island's famed boulder boulders that border the few sandy beaches. Guests at surrounding resorts like Le Domaine de L'Orangeraie Resort & Spa can cool off in the pool and then indulge in local seafood and fruit juice.

We highly recommend adding an extra day to your trip to La Digue so that you can relax on the island's picture-perfect beaches. Accommodations on the island range from simple guesthouses to the more opulent Le Repaire Boutique Hotel.

The famous Anse Source D'Argent should not be missed because it is one of the most photographed beaches in the world. Since the beach is located on L'Union Estate's private property, admission is not free. Guests can get a taste of local culture by touring the former copra factory and vanilla plantation, and then unwind, go snorkeling, or stage a creative photoshoot on the beach.

We suggest bringing a picnic lunch with you because there are no restaurants or concessions on the beach. However, there are concession stands on the beach where you can buy fruit juice and other beverages.

If you still have some time until your flight out of Victoria, you might want to try returning to Mahé in plenty of time to fit in one last experience. It is possible to encounter tropical fish when on a snorkeling and sightseeing excursion that departs from Mahe and travels to the islands in Ste Anne National Marine Park. Visit Moyenne Island for the chance to swim with marine life, dine on the high seas, and view even more big tortoises.

Return to Victoria for your flight after finishing up your final island-based obligations. Following an exciting week in the Seychelles, you will have many wonderful things to look back on and reflect upon.

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