Indian Ocean Praslin
Praslin

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


Praslin - Bay Ste Anne to Pointe Zanguilles

Leave Bay Ste anne and sail to Pointe Zanguilles on the north coast. A Peaceful anchorage on the west bank in front of a nice white sand beach and a romantic restaurant.

Day 2 : Zanguilles Point - Saint Pierre island - Curieuse Island - Victoria (Mahé)

Sail to Ilet Saint Pierre, an isolated island ideal for snorkeling. Indulge in the joys of snorkeling to discover surprising underwater fauna and flora, such as flying fish. Then head for the Seychellois capital with a stop on Curieuse Island, part of the Marine National Park known for being the home of a hundred giant turtles.

Day 3 : Victoria - Beauvallon Bay / Major Cove

In Victoria, walk the paths of the botanical garden, discover the famous Clock Tower or visit the national museum. Then go to the Bay of Beauvallon, the most popular place in Mahé, along a beautiful beach where large trees offer shade to small restaurants. Otherwise, quieter and wilder, the Major Cove located in the heart of Morne Park is surrounded by hills and inaccessible by car.

Day 4 : Beauvallon Bay / Anse major (Mahé) - Therese Island - Port Launay - La Digue

Sail along the coast to Therese Island, a large dive site in the Bay of Ternay. In Port Launay, limited to the South East by the Pointe de l'Escalier, discover this strange geological phenomenon having given a giant staircase leading to the sea then return to Anse Ternay and join La Digue.

Day 5 : La Digue

Enjoy the day to discover the island to the fullest. Considered as a real paradise, the island will not stop surprising you as it contains natural beauties: Anse Source d'Argent, green landscapes, giant turtles, hiking to the Nid d'Aigle ...

Day 6 : La Digue – Ilot Coco -Big Sister

Set sail for Ilot Coco, a beautiful piece of land rich in authenticity. Filled with immersed treasures, the island will offer you a rich diving experience in a natural aquarium to discover many species such as eels. At La Grande Sœur (Big Sister), go meet the giant tortoises some of which are centenarians, walk in this photogenic landscape and prepare a barbecue and relax with your feet in the water for dinner.

Days 7 and 8 : Big Sister – Sainte Anne Bay

Once again explore the underwater world with mask and snorkel, enjoy this exotic setting, let go and let yourself be rocked by the waves as you sail towards Baie de Sainte Anne. Chat with a few locals, roam the local shops and taste the cuisine in one of the local restaurants. The 40m tree trunks sway gently to the rhythm of the breeze, making a strange rustle as if they were rubbing against each other. Wherever you look, the foliage seems to leave the path indefinitely in the darkness before reaching the crest where a magnificent view over the sea awaits your eyes. Join the airport after returning your boat and thank your crew. You have just experience one of the most stunning destinations on the planet.