8 Days Budget Seychelles Beach Holiday
8 Days Budget Seychelles Beach Holiday
Seychelles archipelago of extremely beautiful islands scattered over the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles are the ultimate tropical paradise. Home to some of the most romantic beaches on the planet, these dreamlike destinations deserves a little exploration – and how better than aboard a luxury white yacht to hoop from island to island as you discovers and explore this beautiful country.
- Island hopping on a Luxury yacht
Detailed safari itinerary
Day 1: Victoria, Mahé Island
Upon arrival in Mahe you will be received by the yacht crew and transfer to the yacht for your departure, your luxurious yacht cruise begins in Victoria, one of the smallest capitals in the world, located on Mahé Island. From here, you’ll be transferred to your super yacht to embark on your journey through the Seychelles archipelago. Victoria is the capital of the Seychelles archipelago and the business and cultural hub. Known for its old colonial buildings, including the beloved clock tower, it also has its own National Botanical Gardens, as well as plentiful local art galleries and a vibrant fish and fruit market.
Day 2: Sainte Anne Island – Cousin Island
Located just five kilometres off the coast of Mahé, Sainte Anne Island is home to the Sainte-Anne Marine National Park. A must-see destination for anyone visiting the Seychelles, pristine sandy beaches are bordered with granite rock and coconut trees, while crystal-clear waters and colourful coral reefs are home to a wide variety of marine animals. After discovering Saint Anne, you will be able to explore Cousin Island. Once a coconut plantation, it is now a vibrant and diverse ecosystem with a surprising diversity of species and habitats. Thanks to conservation efforts, the island has also become one of the most significant nesting sites for turtles.
Day 3: Praslin Island
The second-largest island of the inner Seychelles, Praslin Island boasts peaceful beaches, turquoise waters and unique vegetation. It has extensive tracts of tropical forests, home to birds such as the bulbul and the Seychelles black parrot. The island is also famous for the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Vallée de Mai, an extraordinary botanical park where you’ll find one of the rarest and most unusual plants in the world, the Coco de Mer.
Day 4: Grande Soeur Island – Curieuse Island
Grand Soeur Island is celebrated for its two white sandy beaches and clear water. Protected by coral reef, it is one of the most beautiful islands of the Seychelles. After spending some time in Grand Soeur, you will discover Curieuse Island. Originally named ‘Ile Rouge’ due to its red-coloured earth, it was declared a National Marine Park in the 1970s.
Day 5: La Digue Island
As the third-most-populated island in the Seychelles, La Digue is a nostalgic paradise offering tranquillity and tropical scenery. The natural coastline of golden beaches, palm trees and granite boulders is also home to the rare black Seychelles paradise flycatcher.
Day 6: Aride Island
As the northernmost island of the granitic Seychelles, Aride Island is a nature reserve hosting one of the most significant seabird populations in the Indian Ocean, with more breeding species than any other island in Seychelles. Lush vegetation covers the island, where coconut trees flourish, as well as broadleaf trees, guavas, bananas, oranges, papayas, aubergines, ginger, turmeric, and chillies.
Day 7: Return to Victoria, Mahé Island
Day 8: Departure
After your awesome experience in Seychelles you will be transferred to the airport for your own ward journey
- Domestic flights
- Cruise fees
- post safari accommodation
- Airport transfers
- All meals
- All activities included on your final itinerary
- International flights
- Seychelles tourist Visa
- Travel insurance
- Tips for ship crew and hotels
When to book this safari package
We recommend booking this trip 6 to 9 months in advance.
Best time for a holiday in Seychelles
The best time to visit the Seychelles is between April and May, or October and November, as these are the calmer periods between the two trade winds which hit the island each year.