Looking for escape, sun and turquoise water? How about going to the Seychelles? This idyllic archipelago is made up of 115 islands, each one more fascinating than the next. For 11 days, you will sail from island to island in search of the most beautiful pages and landscapes alongside a professional crew. Nature and diving lovers will not be disappointed by the diversity of the marine fauna and the charm of the landscapes of this dream destination.
Your discovery of the Seychelles will take place aboard a powerful Lagoon 620. This catamaran of nearly 19 meters long offers an ideally designed interior. The saloon and its comfortable benches will be perfect to relax away from the sun, while admiring the landscape through the panoramic windows. Outside, you can choose between the pleasant sunbathing area or the popular trampolines to relax peacefully in the sun. You will also enjoy your meals in the shade of the cockpit. Finally, the rear skirts will facilitate your swimming outings.
|Boat Model:||Lagoon 620|
|Number of Cabins:||6|
Sea kayaking and paddle
Fins, masks and snorkels
The boat can accommodate up to 12 passengers in its 6 double cabins. These are all air-conditioned (from 8am to 10pm) and have a shower room equipped with an illuminated mirror, a wardrobe, a shower and a private toilet.
Lost in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles archipelago is ideal for letting go and relaxing in the sun. You will have 11 days to explore these islands of a thousand and one colours and immerse yourself in the local culture. Your discoveries will be made both on the water in the middle of sublime landscapes, underwater swimming among the fish and during land excursions.
DAY 1 : Marina Eden Island (Mahé) - Sainte-Anne Marine National Park (about 1h)
You're scheduled to board at 1:00 p.m. at the Eden Island Marina. After dropping off your belongings in your cabin, you will be given a quick briefing on the itinerary and safety rules to follow. The skipper will then set sail for Sainte-Anne. On the spot, we will offer you the opportunity to visit the island's marine reserve (at no extra charge). You will be able to observe the seabed and discover its wonders. Night at anchor.
DAY 2 : Sainte-Anne Marine National Park - Coco Island - La Digue (about 4h)
You're heading towards Coco Island and its incredible natural aquarium. On arrival, you will take out flippers, masks and snorkels to swim in crystal clear water, populated by thousands of multicoloured fish (parrot fish, leopard rays, surgeonfish...). The day continues with a short crossing that takes you to the island of La Digue and its beaches dotted with granite rocks. Night at anchor or in the port, depending on the weather.
DAY 3 : La Digue (about 1h)
Today, you have free time to explore La Digue at your own pace and according to your wishes. Some will criss-cross this relaxed island by bicycle (optional), on horseback or in ox-carts, while others will prefer to stroll on heavenly beaches lined with coconut palms. The most courageous will attempt the ascent of the Eagle's Nest mountain to admire the panoramic view of the ocean. Night at anchor.
DAY 4 : La Digue - Cousin - Baie de Sainte-Anne (Praslin) (about 2h)
The skipper weighs anchor to take you to visit Cousin Island (no extra charge). A nature reserve since 1968, Cousin is the sanctuary of many species of tropical birds and giant turtles. After lunch, you set sail for Praslin. You will have the opportunity to explore the Vallée de Mai (optional), a UNESCO protected site. This walk in the heart of a particularly dense flora hardly lets any daylight through, a guaranteed change of scenery! Night at anchor.
DAY 5 : Sainte-Anne Bay - Big Sister - Curieuse or Anse Petite Cour (Praslin) (about 3h)
You land on the little private island of Big Sister. While you sunbathe on the beach, your hostess will prepare a delicious barbecue (depending on the weather). You will have the afternoon to explore the coral reefs that surround this paradise island or play the adventurer in a wild nature. Night at anchor in Curieuse or Anse Petite Cour.
DAY 6 : Curieuse - Saint-Pierre - Anse Volbert or Anse Lazio (Praslin) (about 1h30)
You will discover Curieuse and its hundreds of giant turtles. The latter can weigh up to 300 kg and live nearly 150 years according to some specialists. Snorkeling enthusiasts will be delighted to arrive in Saint-Pierre, a small uninhabited island that looks like a pile of granite blocks and coconut trees. The clear water that surrounds it will reveal a spectacle played by an exceptional underwater life. Night at anchor at Anse Volbert or Anse Lazio (Praslin).
DAY 7 : Anse Volbert or Anse Lazio (Praslin) - Anse Major or Port Launay (Mahé) (about 3 to 4h)
Take advantage of the morning to go kayaking, swimming or just relax on Praslin's beautiful beaches with a good book. After lunch, sail back to Mahé. Depending on the weather, you will stop at Anse Major or Port Launay in the north-west of the island. Night at anchor.
DAY 8 : Anse Major or Port Launay (Mahé) - Silhouette (about 1 to 2h)
How about starting the day with a walk along the coast, followed by a refreshing, well-deserved swim? This walk will also be an opportunity to get out your camera and immortalize this postcard landscape. The captain hoists the sails and sets the helm in the direction of Silhouette. Night at anchor.
DAY 9 : Silhouette - Beau Vallon (Mahé) (about 2 to 3 hours)
Welcome to Silhouette, a 25 km² island classified as a National Park. It perfectly combines idleness on dream beaches and wild nature. You can also take a hike in the middle of a tropical forest to reach Mount Dauban, which culminates at 740 meters above sea level. Back on board, your journey continues in the bay of Beau Vallon. Night at anchor.
DAY 10 : Beau Vallon or Ile Thérèse (depending on the weather) (about 4h)
Discover Beau Vallon and its very friendly village. The beach is one of the most popular in the Seychelles because of its wide sandy beach and shallow sea. At the bend of a walk, you could meet a fruit vendor and refresh yourself by sipping coconut water. Don't hesitate to meet the locals to discuss local traditions and customs. Departure for the marina at the end of the afternoon (tour of the island by north or south depending on the weather). Night at the quay.
DAY 11 : Marina Eden Island (Mahé)
It's time to say goodbye to the crew. You disembark after breakfast, between 6:00 and 8:00.
Mahé > Sainte-Anne > Coco Island > La Digue > Cousin > Sainte-Anne Bay > Big Sister > Curious or Anse Petite Cour > Curious > Saint-Pierre > Volbert Cove or Lazio Cove > Major Cove or Port Launay > Beau Vallon or Thérèse Island > Silhouette > Mahé
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