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Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

This cruise offers the possibility to discover the most famous granite islands of Seychelles in an incredible itinerary: Mahé, Cousin, Cocos Island, La Digue (to be discovered by bicycle or oxcart), Cousin (natural reserve and its giant turtles), Praslin and the Vallée de Mai, Grande Soeur, Curieuse and Mahé.

Seychelles is known to be a dream destination with its white sandy beaches and its paradisiacal landscapes. Your vacations in Seychelles will be the opportunity to discover a protected and preserved nature, between crystal clear waters and tropical forests. Seychelles offers a real immersion in nature, with tropical fish, whales, black parrots, turtles and endemic wildlife.

This archipelago is composed of 115 granite and coral islands, with a land area of 455 km2. The population of Seychelles is about 80,000 inhabitants, concentrated mainly on the three main islands: Mahé, Praslin and La Digue.



DAY 1: Mahé - St. Anne Marine Park (1 hour)
Departure from Mahé at the end of the morning for a crossing towards the marine reserve of Saint Anne, where the boat will drop anchor for the night.
DAY 2: St. Anne Marine Park - Cocos Island - La Digue (between 3 and 4 hours)
Wake up early for a guided tour of the charming island of La Digue and its famous granite rocks. Discovery of the magnificent beach of Anse Source d'Argent, one of the most beautiful in the world, and free time to enjoy the beach. Depart for Grande Soeur and a short swim in the crystal clear waters of the island. Spend the night on board or in the port depending on the weather conditions.
DAY 3: La Digue (1 hour)
We recommend you tour the island of La Digue by renting bicycles to discover its beautiful landscapes. You will be able to admire the large palm trees, the traditional houses, the copra farms, the white sand beaches and the polished rocks. Considered the most beautiful island of the Seychelles, you can also go for a horseback ride. You will spend the night at Grande Anse or on the other side of the island at Anse Petite Cours depending on the weather conditions.
DAY 4: La Digue - Cousin - Baie St. Anne (Praslin) (2 hours)
Boarding for a visit to Cousin Island, a nature reserve home to a wide variety of birds and giant tortoises since 1968. Lunch will be served on board the boat before sailing to Praslin. You will visit the Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The walk in this valley is enchanting, with paths winding under the large leaves of the island's endemic sea coconut trees. The 40m trunks sway gently in the breeze, creating a strange rustling sound as if they were rubbing against each other. The foliage obscures the path, but it leads to a breathtaking view of the sea from the ridge. You will spend the night at the pontoon.
DAY 5: Baie St. Anne - Grande Soeur - Curieuse or Anse Petite Cour (Praslin) (3 hours)
You will head to Grande Soeur to enjoy its exceptional beach and barbecue. You will be able to relax and explore the island following a romantic trail, as well as enjoy some water activities. You will spend the night at Curieuse or Anse Petite Cour, depending on the weather.
DAY 6: Curieuse - Saint Pierre - Anse Volbert or Anse Lazio (Praslin) (1 hour 30 min)
After visiting Curieuse and its giant turtles, you will discover Saint Pierre, a rock formation with majestic palm trees that dance in the wind, offering a beautiful Seychelle landscape. It is also an ideal place for snorkelling. You will spend the night at Anse Volbert or Anse Lazio, Praslin.
DAY 7: Anse Volbert or Anse Lazio (Praslin) - Mahé (between 3 and 4 hours)
You will enjoy the beautiful beaches of Praslin for water activities and swimming. You will then have lunch on board before leaving for Mahé in the afternoon. You will spend the night in port at Eden Island.
DAY 8: Mahé
After a night in port at Eden Island, you will disembark early in the morning in Mahé.

Your boat :

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (air conditioning is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.).
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner), drinks with meals (house wine and water) and local aperitifs.
  • You will also benefit from the service of the crew consisting of two people (captain, steward/cook), two sets of sheets and towels, including beach towels, as well as consumables for the boat : water, gasoline and fuel).
  • Boat and passenger insurance is also included in the price.
  • Water sports equipment such as snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel), paddle and sea kayaking are also available on board.
  • The round trip flight
  • Transfers between the airport and the base (optional)
  • Destination fees, which must be paid in advance (mandatory)

Entry and Stay in the Country

Please note that this administrative information is only valid for French nationals: A valid passport or national identity card is required to travel to Seychelles. A return or onward ticket and sufficient funds are also required.

Obtaining a Visa

For a stay of fewer than 3 months, foreign nationals do not need a visa to enter Seychelles. They can obtain a short-stay visa upon arrival by presenting their passport. However, for stays longer than 3 months, a residence permit is required.

Driving in the Country

It is important to know that driving in the Seychelles is done on the left. Fortunately, the local authorities recognise the French license as well as the international license.

Mandatory Vaccinations

It is recommended to update your vaccination against diphtheria, tetanus, and polio, as well as against hepatitis A and B.

For health facilities, here are the contacts:

  • Victoria Hospital in Mahé, telephone number: 388 000
  • Praslin Island Hospital, phone number: 232 333
  • Dispensary on the island of La Digue, telephone number: 234 255.


A valid passport is required to travel to Seychelles


The languages spoken in the Seychelles are Creole, French and English


The currency used in Seychelles is the Seychelles Rupee (SCR). However, it is important to note that since June 1, 2001, all tourist services must be paid in foreign currency such as the euro or the dollar. This measure concerns accommodation bills (all categories), expenses related to accommodation (transfers, excursions, car and boat rental over 6 meters, cruise fees, diving), as well as the exit tax of 40 USD. However, restaurant bills for meals taken outside the hotels as well as cab fares and incidental expenses can always be paid in Seychellois rupees.


The Seychelles is located in an area that is never affected by cyclones, as they pass lower down. There is no defined monsoon season in Seychelles, but January and February can be heavy and wet, with some rain at the end of the day. In July and August, winds can make the stay less pleasant on some coasts and disturb the sea bed. Temperatures are constant throughout the year and vary only one or two degrees from month to month. The period considered ideal for visiting the Seychelles is from March to July and from September to December.

Time difference

Seychelles has a time difference from France of +2 hours in summer and +3 hours in winter.


It is not compulsory to be vaccinated to travel to Seychelles. Tap water is safe to drink throughout the country. It is advisable to bring mosquito repellent in addition to sunscreen, especially at certain times of the year.


Electrical outlets in the Seychelles are of the English type, so it is necessary to use an adapter to plug in your appliances.


Tap water in the Seychelles is safe to drink, so you don’t have to buy bottled water.


Temperatures are relatively constant throughout the year in Seychelles, so it is recommended to wear light clothing.


Cell phones work on the main islands of the Seychelles, making communication easy.