07D HONEYMOON IN SEYCHELLES is for couples longing to start their lives with a zing. Enjoy the beaches, exotic resorts & wildlife for a memorable honeymoon. Seychelles is a pure luxury vacation. The sea and the beaches coupled with the exotic services of the resorts and varied entertainment options will boggle your mind.
You shall be spoilt for choice regarding sports and activities in Mahe and Praslin Islands. It appeals also to the wildlife enthusiast as the islands are home to many rare species of birds, plants, and animals, especially the giant Aldabra tortoises.
This trip is essentially for those couples who can afford and are inclined to an extremely memorable and exotic honeymoon. The beaches abound with all conceivable comforts in the day, including a global choice of cuisine and loud music, laughter, and liquor in the night.
Six nights of quintessential pleasure and extreme honeymooning.
06 Nights in Seychelles.
Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa. It's home to numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as rare animals such as giant Aldabra tortoises. Mahé, a hub for visiting the other islands, is home to capital Victoria. It also has the mountain rainforests of Morne Seychellois National Park and beaches, including Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka.
The granite Inner Islands include Praslin, with the renowned Anse Georgette beach, studded with sculpted rock formations. Seychelles Black Parrots are found in the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve. On laid-back La Digue, bicycles are the main mode of transport, and rare birds inhabit the Veuve Nature Reserve. The remote and largely uninhabited Outer Islands are coral atolls and sand cays, such as Alphonse and Desroches, accessed by light plane or boat. Seychelles have numerous resorts, spa hotels, and self-catering options. The local Creole cuisine blends African, European, Indian and Chinese influences.
WHEN TO VISIT:
Seychelles Islands have a humid tropical climate with warm weather year-round. May-Oct is the dry season, while Dec–Feb is rainy. Peak travel coincides with key vacation periods over Easter (Mar-Apr), the European summer (Jul–Aug) and Christmas/New Year (Dec). Semaine de la Francophonie (Mahé Island, Mar) focuses on French culture. Victoria's Carnival (Apr) has colorful street parades and a party atmosphere. Festival Kreol (Oct) brings creole food, music and dancing to the capital Victoria and beyond.
Day 1: Arrival at Mahe, Seychelles
On arrival in Mahe international airport, get transferred to your resort in Seychelles.
It is the largest island in Seychelles. The rest of the day is on leisure to discover this charming island. Overnight at Seychelles.
Day 2: Seychelles
The day is at leisure for independent activities. You can opt to enjoy various activities offered by the resort. Overnight at Seychelles.
Day 3: Seychelles
The day is at leisure to explore this beautiful island. Overnight at Seychelles.
Day 4: Praslin Island Seychelles
This morning, get transferred from your resort to the ferry terminal in Mahe for your ferry to Praslin Island. The rest of the day is at leisure to explore this beautiful island. Overnight at Praslin.
Day 5: Praslin Island Seychelles
The day is at leisure to explore this beautiful island. Overnight at Praslin.
DAY 6: Praslin Island - Mahe Praslin island, airport
After breakfast, you will be transferred from the resort to the ferry terminal in Praslin Island. Travel from Praslin Island to Mahe. Transfer from the ferry terminal to the airport in Mahe for your return flight.