Day 1

Arrive at Mahe airport. Transfer to hotel. Mahe is the most populated island in Seychelles, and also the largest granitic island in the Seychelles archipelago. The Seychelles islands are unique in that they are the only oceanic granitic islands in the world. Mahé, also known as Mayyazhi, is a town on the southwest coast. Its French colonial heritage is reflected in buildings like the Government House.

Day 2

On your second day on Mahe, take a bit of your day to explore the capital of Seychelles – Victoria. This is the smallest capital in the world, so it won’t take you too long to explore. Highlights include the colorful central market and the clock tower in the center of town. There’s also a small but very interesting natural history museum. Walk on a mountain road. Visit beautiful tea gardens. Evening back to your hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3

Explore the south of the island, visit Craft Village. This is also a good opportunity to chat with the local people. Drive to “Plaine St. Andre” is the Takamaka Rum Distillery, which produces the island’s famous rum. Further drive down the Grand Police road, past Anse Intendance, and exploring more of the three beaches down here – Anse Bazarca, Anse Petit Police, and Anse Grand Police.

Day 4

The morning takes the early morning ferry across to Praslin (the main ferry provider is Cat Cocos). This takes around an hour and leaves from the Inter-Island ferry port in Victoria. Arrive & check-in hotel. Later visit fantastic Vallee de Mai, one of the world’s best beaches. This is a UNESCO world heritage site and the major tourist attraction on the island. Here, one of the Seychelle’s most unique endemic plants grows – the giant Coco de Mer palm. These trees, which grow as either a male or a female, have the world’s largest nut. Inside the nut, you can find the world’s largest seed – which takes up to seven years to germinate! Note that the nuts are fully protected, so don’t try to take one home with you. Later visit one of the most famous of these is Anse Lazio, which regularly tops lists of the best beaches in the world.

Day 5

After breakfast take a day trip to Curieuse. An appealing island for many visitors is Curieuse as this is the best place to meet the Aldabra Giant Land Tortoise. This is a massive tortoise species, endemic to Seychelles, which can grow to an excess of 600lb and 200 years in age. Wildlife lovers, and in particular bird lovers, may also want to visit Cousine, as this is an excellent place to see a number of the birds of Seychelles, including the Seychelles Magpie Robin, Fairy terns, white-tailed tropicbirds, and more.

Day 6

Today is a free day for your individual activities. You can just relax on beach.

Day 7

Transfer to Mahe Airport for your return flight.


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • Sightseeing as mentioned
  • All ferry transfers & sightseeing transfers on SIC


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned

Full Name: Republic of Seychelles
Capital City: Victoria
Time Zone: + 4 GMT & – 1.30 IST
Language: English, French, Saselwa
Religion: Christianity
Currency: Seychellois rupee
ROE: 1 USD Approximately makes 13.8 SCR & 1 SCR makes approximately 5.35 INR
Electricity: 240 Volts
Climate: Seychelles has a tropical climate: warm and humid with strong maritime influences. The temperature is consistently 24-32°C, there is no distinct dry season and there is some humidity at all times.
Shopping, Coconut Shell Artifacts, Vanilla Pods, Shark Chutney, Gallery Art Collection, Black Pearl, Local Souvenirs, Seybrew and Takamaka Rum
“ISD Code: +248
Airport: There are 6 airports in Seychelles. They are Seychelles International Airport, Praslin Island Airport, Fregate International Airport, Assumption Island Airport, Alphonse Airport, and Denis Island Airport.
Indian Restaurants :
Mahek Located in Coral Strand Smart Choice Hotel
The Maharajas Address: Commerical House 01 Eden Island Victoria Mahe, Seychelles
The Copper Pot Indian Takeaway / Catering Address: Beau Vallon, Seychelles
Indian Restaurant Address: Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino – Seychelles Box 550 Victoria Mahe, Seychelles


Made up of 115 islands, Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean. Seychelles is part of the African continent.

The Seychelles was once a pirate hideout, in particular Anse Forbans (Pirate’s Cove) on Mahé and Côte d’Oron Praslin. It is believed that famous pirate Olivier Levasseur hid a treasure worth more than $160,000 that remains unfound.

Bird Island is home to the heaviest land tortoise living in the wild, Esmeralda, who tips the scales at 670 pounds.

Moyenne Island in Saint Anne Marine National Park is believed to be haunted by a spirit that stands guard over buried treasure.

The native Coco de Mer, also known as the sea coconut or double coconut, produces the heaviest (about 15kg) and largest seed in the world.

Victoria, the capital of Seychelles, is the smallest in the world and can be easily explored on foot in less than a day.

Some of the rarest species of birds can be found in Seychelles, including the bare-legged Scops Owl or Syer. This specific owl is so rare it was once thought to have become extinct but was rediscovered in 1959. You can find it at the Morne Seychellois National Park on Mahé Island.

A lot of celebrities choose to vacation in the iconic country and enjoy stunning private islands. Prince William and Kate Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge, spent their honeymoon at the North Island of Seychelles, a spot previously chosen by David and Victoria Beckham.

Breadfruit is very popular in Seychelles and can be eaten in a variety of ways from fried to boiled. Legend has it that anyone who eats it while on the islands will return someday.

Round Island used to be a leper colony. A stone prison still remains up to this day.

It’s a diver’s paradise; fish life is prolific thanks to the strict conservation rules and the isolated position of the archipelago’s and the waters are full of beautiful rocks that are often covered in soft corals and sponges


Citizens of India get visas to Seychelles on arrival at the airport. It’s free of cost. However, you must have confirmed hotel booking & confirmed return or onwards ticket.

Overseas medical insurance is advisable.

Don’t Hike Without A Guide

While you are in Mauritius you should be careful and not rely on Google maps. The simple reason is that the Google maps are not optimized for the locations of Mauritius.
Fix the fare before boarding a taxi.

Don/t ignore the safety signs on the beach. Be ocean safe.

Exchange the notes at licensed outlets and avoid unauthorized dealers. Cards are widely accepted in Seychelles.

Be careful about sunburn & sunrays

While on the beach. Do not collect, shells as they are protected species. The country has a number of nature reserves as well as marine parks. There is also a considerable amount of flora and fauna which is indigenous to the islands and which are quite unique. If you wish to take some flowers with you as a souvenir makes sure you register it since it is illegal to take anything out of the country.

You should wear any clothes that are revealing or swimwear only on the beaches or by the pool.

Do not litter.

Tipping is not customary but it is expected for good service.

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