Indian Ocean Mahe
Mahe

itineraire8 days of Mahé in southeast winds (May to October)


Day 1 : Mahe - Sainte Anne island

Arrive at the Seychelles International Airport (SEZ), join your boat at the marina and then sit aboard and hoist the sails to the National Marine Park Sainte Anne. Dive through a unique marine ecosystem, where you will meet with blue dotted stingrays or Manta rays depending on the season and then join your boat to have dinner under the starlit sky.

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

Sail to La Digue Island and anchor on theSilver Spring Cove, the Seychellois jewel. Marvel at the most photographed "Postcard" landscape in the Seychelles with its powdery white sand, silvery rocks or the transparency of its waters and go explore the magical surroundings, swim, dive through the coral reef... In the evening, ride the sand via bike to the local restaurant and enjoy a superb meal of fresh grilled fish.

Day 3 : Silver Spring Cove - La Passe (La Digue)

Cape north of the island towards La Passe. Discover the magnificent surroundings of this island characterized by its granite rocks, its turquoise water and its expanses of heavenly beaches, then walk the streets infront and immerse yourself to the rhythm of the island, in a relaxed and warm atmosphere. Meet the locals to discover their culture and habits and then dine with local produce under the stars.

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

On the bay of Sainte Anne, stroll along the many more heavenly beaches: Anse Madge, Anse Tamaka ... then reach the Valley of May, a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A Nature reserve, this Seychellois gem promises to charm you with its beautiful green scenery, sandy beaches, endemic species including the famous black parrot ...

Day 5 : Sainte Anne Bay - Anse Volbert (Praslin)

Go to the Anse Volbert, located on the "Côte d'Or" (Golden Coast), then go admire many marine species such as sharks or parrotfish at Praslin Ocean Farm Aquarium. Stroll the sand of this long beach, indulge in water activities and sip a cocktail in the water on the terrace of one of the surrounding restaurants.

Day 6 : Praslin - Curieuse island

Join Curieuse, an island belonging to the Seychelles National Park and preserved from mass tourism. Be charmed by the authenticity of this corner of paradise, discover the giant tortoises protected by the island and attend by chance to their egg laying spectacle, explore the lush surroundings and let yourself be stunned with the discovery of coco de mer (a rare species of palm tree native to the Seychelles), also called coconut -buttocks.

Days 7 and 8 : Curieuse island - Victoria (Mahé)

In Victoria, capital of the archipelago, take part in the Sir Selwyn Clarke market to stock up on local produce and join into the same rhythm of the inhabitants then go discover the botanical garden of the city to discover its 200 species of plants including many trees endemic to your boat. Celebrate the end of your stay with a cocktail under the sunset. Lunch fresh products purchased the day before, return the boat to the marina and then drive back to the airport.