The Seychelles comprises of 115 islands dotted like green jewels over the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. These islands vary in character and beauty, but all are home to the beautiful beaches and dramatic views of paradise. We recommend the following
The Constance Ephelia Hotel, partnering with SMAC Adventures, located at Port Launay is home of the only zip lining experience in Seychelles. 8 lines are spread out over the mountains allowing a unique birds eye view perspective of the tropical vegetation and surrounding views.
Rates: Subject to availability. Must be confirmed with hotel.
Praslin is the second most inhabited island of the Seychelles archipelago and is home to the World renowned Anse Lazio beach. The Vallee de Mai, listed a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1983, is located in a secluded valley in the heart of Praslin. The nature reserve is home to the Coco de Mer palm trees and is an extraordinary slice of Eden that illustrates how some of our natural world once looked. Rambling trails take the wanderer into a magical world of towering canopies, roaring waterfalls, fragrant vanilla orchids and abundant wildlife.
La Digue Island
A place out of time, La Digue is a tranquil island where ox-carts and bicyces replace cars and time slows to a gentle pace. La Digue is home to Anse Source D’Argent, one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Visitors can hike through the Veuve Nature Reserve or explore the fascinating L’Union Estate.
The vast Seychelles Archipelago affords the avid fisherman and beginners too with many opportunities for a memorable fishing trip. We can assist you in organising a half or full day fishing trip tailored to your abilities and budget.
Rates: Dependent on your specifications and our partners.
The Seychelles is home to a multitude of sun soaked sandy beaches, many of which have been rated as “World’s best beach “at some time or other. We will leave it to you to choose your favourite…..
The Anse Major Trail is located in Danzil, Bel Ombre. The start of the trail is a 10 minute drive from the apartment. The trail is relatively easy, full of breath taking views and leads to the small secluded beach of Anse Major. The trail is not recommended for those with a fear of heights.
Aride Island is a nature reserve and is a must see for bird watchers and nature lovers. Alongside Aldabra, Aride hosts one of the most important seabird populations in the Indian Ocean. Eighteen species of native birds (incuding five only found in Seychelles) breed on Aride. This is far more than on any other granitic island. Aride is accessible by boat or helicopter.