If you are tired of the routine and want to relax and spend time in one of the most exotic corners of the planet, then our voyage is for you! Seychelles are famous for their white beaches, unique flora and fauna, magnificent sunsets and sunrises and, of course, the cleanest sea. This is a real paradise for those who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the cities.
Yachting in the Seychelles is one of the best in the world. During crossings between the islands you will be able to enjoy nature and the sea, see exotic fish and swim on deserted beaches, which are accessible only from the sea. Seychelles is a real nature reserve where you can meet unique animals and plants.
from €1,500 / 7(7) days / 1pers.
We will begin our journey on the island of Mahe - the largest island of Seychelles. The capital of Seychelles, Victoria, is situated here. Victoria is the smallest capital in the world. There are two main streets and at their intersection, there is a copy of Big Ben. Also in Victoria, you can visit the Natural History Museum, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception and the Orchid Garden.
From Mahe we will sail to the island of St. Anne. This tiny island in the Indian Ocean is one of the most exclusive resorts in the world. The water area of the island is a national marine reserve where exotic fish live. The beaches of St. Anne's Island are covered with fine white sand.
The next point on the route is La Digue Island. The visiting card of the island is the coast of Surs d’Arzhan Bay. Granite massifs here look pink in the morning, and red at sunset. All beaches are surrounded by granite rocks, and some of them have the pink hue sand.
After spending time on the beautiful La Digue, we will sail to the island of Praslin. The famous coconut coco de mer grows on this island. This is just one of two places in the world where it grows. The second is Curieuse Island, which we will also visit. In the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve (“May Valley”), which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, more than 7,000 of these palm trees grow and rare black parrots live.
Curieuse Island is part of the National Marine Reserve. It is inhabited by giant turtles. Until the turtles grow older, biologists take care of them.
Cousin is a small island of the Seychelles archipelago. There is a colony of Aldabra turtles here. The island has a vegetation restoration program. Lots of plants were destroyed in the 18th century and now local flora is grown here.
After spending unforgettable days sailing through Seychelles, we will return to the starting point of our route - Mahe Island.
Our voyage will begin on the island of Mahe, where the capital of the state is situated - the city of Victoria. We will also visit St. Anne Island, La Digue, Cousin and Curieuse Island, where the National Marine Park is located.