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If a truely relaxing beach honeymoon (or holiday) is what you need, than this Island Hopping in the Seychelles is perfect for you. During your trip you will explore two different islands. From your comfortable accommodation you can relax and enjoy and book one of many activities that are available: there is plenty of water sports on offer, nature walks and cycling trails. From your room you can dip straight into the ocean and spend time on the most beautiful tropical beaches you have ever seen. The Seychelles are also famous for their fresh fish dishes with local produced tropical fruits. Welcome to paradise!
If you want a more diverse trip (more islands), smaller accommodations or upgrades? Please talk to us for alternative suggestions suited to your liking!
Mahe is the largest of the Seychelles islands and encompasses the country’s international airport as well as its capital, the surprisingly quiet and peaceful town of Victoria, home to roughly a third of the national population, as well as many good restaurants and entertainment venues. Mahe has a mountainous interior characterised by dense tropical forests and stony outcrops, while its coast is blessed with some 75-odd beautiful beaches. The best known of these is the idyllic, white-sand Beau Vallon, fringed by deep bays that offer excellent swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving.
This picture-perfect island is part of the Seychelles Archipelago featuring ox-cart taxis, verdant interior, calm aquamarine bays and stunningly beautiful beaches strewn with massive boulders; it is an utterly idyllic holiday destination. La Digue has retained a charming old-world atmosphere and a strong Creole identity, with traditions and ceremonies still a focal point of the island’s culture. Major attractions include: the gorgeous Anse Source d’Argent beach and the Veuve Nature Reserve, home to the elusive black paradise flycatcher, of which there are only a couple of hundred left on earth.
Excursions are bookable on request. Please see tab Documents for suggestions!
The first week you have time to explore the beautiful Mahe Island. This part of the Syechelles has a lot to offer. You can explore Port Launay Marine National Park, which is famous for its whale shark sightings. Morne Seychelles National Park is known for scenic trails, a variety of ecosystems & the archipelago’s highest peak. Baie Ternay Marine Park is a nature reserve in a bay on the northwest coast of the Seychelles’ main island.
The second week you spend time relaxing and enjoying the beautiful and more rocky island La Digue Island.
La Digue Veuve Reserve is a wildlife sanctuary encompassing 21 hectares of wooded forest. The reserve is committed to providing a breeding and feeding habitat for the rare endemic bird species, the Seychelles Paradise Flycatcher. Visitors can follow the several walking trails and see the nest sites, watch the birds and experience the low-lying forest with an abundance of Takamaka and Badamier trees. The reserve also offers various other animals and plant species including the moorhens, fruit bats, and terrapins.
Another area to explore is Grande Anse Beach. You can cycle there and spend the day surfing or exploring the shores.
Today is the departure day. Time to pack your bags and fly home.