Indian Ocean Mahe
Mahe

itineraire8 days of Mahé in northwest winds (November to April)


Day 1: Mahe - Sainte Anne Island

After your arrival at the Seychelles International Airport (SEZ), discover your boat and go to the Sainte Anne Island Marine Reserve. Explore one of the oldest dive sites in the Indian Ocean, watch dolphins play and dine in one of the gourmet restaurants at the Sainte Anne Resort.

Day 2 : Sainte Anne - Silver Spring Cove (La Digue island)

Hike inland to discover the island, its cinnamon trees and casuarinas. Then head south to La Digue, one of the most beautiful islands of Seychelles. At Silver Spring Cove, considered to be the most stunning beach in the world, take a bike to visit the island to see the giant turtles, its hidden beaches behind the rocks and dive into the perfectly protected coral reef. Do not miss the Union Plantation House, an old colonial house and its vanilla plantation.

Jour 3 : Silver Spring Cove - La Passe (La Digue island)

Join the Passe to explore the north of the island and 'go back in time' where you see the Ox Carts. Take a stroll through the Black Widow's Reserve, populated by birds of the same name, or go on a hunt for the Napoleon in the seabed, but do not leave until you have tasted the traditional Cari Coco Curry.

Day 4 : La Digue Island - Sainte Anne Bay (Praslin)

In Praslin, anchor in Baie Sainte-Anne. Visit one of the most beautiful treasures in the world, the UNESCO protected Valley of May. Dive into the heart of this tropical forest, preserved in its primitive state and stay attentive to the famous cocos of sea and numerous animal species like the black parrot.

Day 5 : Praslin - Sisters islands

Sail to the 'Islands of the Sisters' and stroll to Grande Sœur (Big Sister), along the sandy beaches to meet giant turtles or tropical fish in the seabed. At Petite Sœur (Little Sister), hike through the island to discover the paradisiacal surroundings.

Day 6 : Sisters Islands - Curieuse Island

Departure to Curieuse Island, part of the Marine National Park. Admire the largest takamakas of the archipelago, explore the island, see giant turtles and Coco de Mer (a rare species of palm tree native to the Seychelles), which made the island famous and visit its museum to discover the history of this Seychellois island.

Days 7 & 8: Curieuse Island - Victoria (Mahé)

In Victoria, take part in the Selwyn Clarke local market, stroll through the botanical garden and see the iconic Clock Tower. Immerse yourself in the culture by sampling seafood specialties, spices and tropical fruits. The lucky ones will attend a moutia, dance and traditional music conducted by the drums. After a last awakening in this heavenly setting, leave the boat dock and head to the airport.