This itinerary is the ideal way to discover the tropical paradise of the Seychelles. You’ll sail to La Digue and also stay on Mahe, the biggest island in the Seychelles. People come to this part of the world to relax on perfect, often secluded beaches. There’s also a lot of wildlife to see, such as the Aldabra Giant Tortoises and ultra-rare species of bird. Ultimately, the Seychelles is where great natural beauty meets luxury.
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Day 1: La Digue
When you arrive at Mahe you’ll take a ferry to the island of La Digue and check into your hotel.
Day 2: La Digue
The best way to get around the island is by bike. Bike hire can easily be arranged. They come with baskets so you can pack a picnic and cycle to a secluded part of the island.
Day 3: La Digue
Bring some binoculars if you’re a fan of avian life. There are some rare breeds on the island of La Digue, including the ultra-rare paradise flycatcher.
Day 4: La Digue
Take a trip to Anse Source D’Argent beach, one of the most photographed on the world. You’ll see huge granite rocks, sugary white sand and clear green waters. There are two halves to the beach divided by a large rock.
Mid-afternoon is probably the best time to visit.
Day 5: Mahe
You’ll take a ferry back to Mahe, the largest island in the Seychelles. Your driver will meet you and transfer you to your new hotel. Relax in your chalet or hire a car and explore. There are several restaurants on the beach to explore.
Day 6: Mahe
You could take a visit to Victoria, the administrative hub of the Seychelles and one of the world’s smallest capital cities.
Day 7: Mahe
If you fancy heading out on the water you can go windsurfing or sail Beau Vallon Bay on a catamaran. Beau Vallon has an excellent beach and coral reef.
Day 8: Mahe
On your last full day you could wine, dine and soak up the sun. If you’re looking for some activities, you could visit the botanical gardens or see the giant tortoises on the island of Aldabra.
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