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Seychelles Tour Package

 

 

Seychelles tour package: Overview

Seychelles can be easily said to be one of the most romantic places on earth. In case you are planning a Seychelles honeymoon or a romantic Seychelles island hopping getaway, look no further. Holidays Box has just the right ingredients to make your Seychelles trip a memorable one. With some of the most beautiful island, splendid water fronts of the Indian Ocean and heaven like beauty, there is a lot of look forward to.

Here is a perfectly suited 6 days Seychelles honeymoon package to help you explore the beauty of this African gem. We also have other Seychelles honeymoon packages and Seychelles family vacations available!

 

Packages Includes:

  • Accommodation in 3 Star Hotel in well-appointed room.
  • Non-alcoholic welcome drink on arrival
  • Morning tea, American/ Indian Breakfast and Lunch or Dinner
  • Airport / Railway station Pick up & drop.
  • Complimentary use of all recreational facilities which are available in the resort. (except chargeable)
  • All Major Sightseeing as per the itinerary.
  • Flight charges from Delhi / Mumbai to Mahe Island (Seychelles) .
  • All transfers and sightseeing will be done on SIC basis.
  • Inclusive of all applicable Taxes

 

Package Excludes:

  • Drinks of any kind
  • Accommodation other than specified
  • Meal other than specified
  • Transportation other than specified
  • Personal nature expenses such-laundry-drinks-tips and anything not mentioned in “Cost Includes”        

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How to reach Seychelles

No visa is required for all nationalities, though all foreigners must have a passport valid for at least 6 months, and must have proof of accommodation bookings before arrival. Visitors without pre booked accommodation are likely to be compelled to book accommodation at the airport for the length of their stay before being allowed to leave the airport. An initial entry permit is granted for 1 month but can be extended for a maximum of 3 months at a time up to a maximum of 1 year in total. See the official travel web-site.

By plane

The only international gateway to the Seychelles is Seychelles International Airport (SEZ) near Victoria. Air Seychelles reduced its operations in late 2011/2012 and now flies only to Johannesburg and Mauritius. UPDATE: Air Seychelles has added many many international cities back to it's network. International service is also available from Addis Ababa (Ethiopian Airlines), Nairobi (Kenya Airways), Dubai (Emirates ), Abu Dhabi (Etihad) and Doha (Qatar Airways), and regular charter services from Frankfurt (Condor).

 

By Boat

The strict controls imposed on cruising yachts in the early 1990s have been gradually lifted and rules and regulations are no longer so complicated. However, some restrictions remain in force, mostly for the sake of environmental protection as most of the islands are surrounded by coral reefs near the surface.

 

Best time to visit Seychelles

As the Seychelles islands are blessed with a year-long warm, tropical climate, it’s always a good time to visit, although different times of year may be better suited to your particular interests.

Two opposing trade winds generally govern the weather pattern: the north-westerly trades blow from October to March when wind speeds average from 8 to 12 knots; and the brisker south-easterly trades blow from May to September with winds of between 10 to 20 knots, bringing the cooler and windier conditions ideal for sailing.

 

The Seychelles: the perfect location for your honeymoon!

With its endless beaches of pristine white sand and giant tropical palm trees, the Sechelles are a paradise for honeymooners and newlyweds. Enjoy your perfect intimate honeymoon in one of our luxurious, lovingly designed resorts. A honeymoon in the Seychelles is guaranteed to be an unforgettable adventure, where you can enjoy total relaxation and tranquility on one (or more!) of the Seychelles' breathtaking islands. Sip a cocktail in the evening and enjoy fantastic Creole cuisine with your other half for a honeymoon you'll never want to end!

 

Seychelles Tourist Attraction

1. Anse Intendance

One of Mahé's most beautiful beaches, this small and secluded crescent of sand on the island's south coast is a favorite surfing spot thanks to its frequent big swells and wild waves. The lack of a protective reef makes swimming a little rough when tradewinds blow from the southeast, but sunbathers, beachcombers, and photographers will enjoy this picturesque, palm-framed strand at any time of year. Turtles nest along the powdery shores here.

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2. Baie Lazare

The pretty village of Baie Lazare was named after 18th-century French explorer Lazare Picault, who landed here when the French government sent him to explore the islands. One of the area's main tourist attractions is the neo-Gothic Baie Lazare Church, dedicated to St. Francis of Assisi, which provides a panoramic view of the area. Luxury resorts fringe the beaches here, and stunning Anse Soleil and Petite Anse are favorites with their striking azure water and dazzling white sand.

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3. Beau Vallon

The alluring curve of glittering sand at Beau Vallon, on Mahé's northwest coast, is a magnet for both tourists and locals. Looking out to sea, mountainous Silhouette Island shimmers on the horizon, and hotels fringe the shore. Visitors will find a variety of watersports on offer, including jet skis and water skiing. The sea is usually calm here, especially during the southeast tradewinds, making this a good choice for families with small children. Lifeguards patrol the beach.

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4. Morne Seychellois National Park

The largest national park in the Seychelles, Morne Seychellois National Park covers more than 20 percent of the area of Mahé. Within its lush borders lies the mountain chain named after its highest point, Morne Seychellois, which reaches a height of 905 m and overlooks Victoria. Hiking trails ascend into the park from the village of Danzil, passing tea plantations, and offering spectacular views of the southwest coast of Mahé from the mountain slopes. Walking west through the park, hikers will reach the Baie Ternay and Port Launay Marine Parks. To the northwest lies the hamlet of Bel Ombre and the isolated beach at Anse Major.

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5. Ste Anne National Marine Park

Encompassing six islands off the coast of Mahé near Victoria, Ste Anne National Marine Park became the first national park in the Indian Ocean in 1973. Snorkeling, scuba diving, and glass-bottom boat excursions reveal the diversity of marine life in the park's coral reefs, and visitors can explore most of the islands within the reserve. Home to a five-star resort, Ste Anne Island, is an important nesting site for hawksbill turtles. In spite of its mangroves and crocodiles, the island was the site of a 1770 French settlement, the first in the Seychelles.

On Round Island, a former leper colony, visitors can explore the ruins of the hospital, enjoy a nature walk, or dine at the Creole restaurant. Île Cachée is an important breeding site for noddies and a designated protected nature reserve. At Cerf Island, visitors can swim, snorkel, or dive along the beautiful reefs or bask on the uncrowded beaches, while privately owned Moyenne Island features nature trails, reconstructed settlers' homes, pirate graves, and a small, thatched chapel.

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6. Victoria

Named Port Victoria in honor of the British queen after her coronation, the small capital of the Seychelles is the only seaport in the country. One of the main tourist attractions is the Seychelles National Botanical Gardens. Established almost a century ago, the gardens encompass 15 acres of native and exotic plants as well as flying foxes, giant tortoises, and an orchid garden. Modern buildings of concrete and glass have sprouted up in recent years and the few remaining colonial buildings lie around Freedom Square. The most prominent historical structure is the clock tower. Erected in 1903, it was modeled on Little Ben, a small version of Big Ben in London.

Overlooking the square, St Paul's Cathedral is built on the site of the first church of the Seychelles, which was destroyed by a freak cyclone in 1862. At Rond-Point de l'Indépendance, in the centre of the city, a statue of three pairs of bird's wings symbolizes the origins of the population in Europe, Africa, and Asia. Shoppers head to Sir Selwyn Clarke Market where locals sell fish, fresh fruits, and vegetables, and the many craft shops offer souvenirs ranging from ship models to pearl jewelry. For an overview of the flora and fauna of the Seychelles, visit the Natural History Museum, which also displays a few historical artifacts.

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7. Anse Volbert

On the northeast coast of Praslin, Anse Volbert (also known as Côte d'Or) is one of the island's most popular beaches. Warm, shallow water laps the sun-bleached sands, and coral reefs beckon just offshore. The calm waters are also safe for swimming with small children. Anse Volbert is one of the island's main resort areas and visitors will find many hotels and restaurants lining the shores.

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8. Vallée de Mai National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Vallée de Mai National Park preserves a prehistoric forest that contains at least 4,000 examples of the giant coco de mer fruit palm (unique to the Seychelles), vanilla orchids, palmiste, latanier, splayed traveler's palm, and Chinese fans. Nature lovers, birders, and photographers will enjoy exploring this reserve where the trees form an overhead canopy, and large prehistoric boulders are strewn across the forest floor. The valley is home to many species of lizards and rare birds such as the Seychelles bulbul, fruit pigeon, and the national bird of the Seychelles, the black parrot. Visitors can hike the marked nature trail. Rated an "easy" hike, it takes from 45 minutes to two hours, depending on the route.

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9. Cousin Island

Established in 1968, Cousin Island is a nature reserve primarily for the Seychelles warbler and the hawksbill turtle. The island lies about 2 km from Praslin Island, and birders can hike the trails to spot some of the Seychelles rare species. Residents include the Seychelles magpie robin, the Seychelles brush warbler, the Seychelles turtledove, and the wedge-tailed shearwater. The reserve also encompasses breeding grounds for lesser noddies, fairy terns, and tropicbirds.

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10. Aride Island Nature Reserve

The northernmost of the Granitic Seychelles, Aride Island Nature Reserve is the breeding ground of 18 species of seabirds, including frigate birds, red-tailed tropicbirds, and the world's largest colonies of lesser noddy and roseate terns. Nature lovers will find the highest density of lizards anywhere on earth, as well as several endemic species of flowers. Wright's gardenia, or bois citron, is unique to this island. Most hotels on Praslin Island can organize day trips to Aride, but note that the island is often closed to visitors from May through September due to rough surf.

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11. Curieuse Island

Once known as Île Rouge due to its russet-toned earth, Curieuse Island is now home to a breeding program for giant tortoises, which roam freely around the sandy coves. Curieuse is the only place besides Praslin where the coco de mer palm grows naturally. The island was also once a leper colony, and visitors can explore the ruins of the leprosarium on the south shore as well as the doctor's house, a preserved national monument. Most of the island is covered with takamaka and casuarina trees, which shade the white sand beaches. Curieuse Island is accessible by boat from Praslin Island.

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12. Anse Lazio

On the north shore of Praslin Island, Anse Lazio (Chevalier Bay) is one of island's most picturesque beaches. Flanked by rounded granite boulders, this long stretch of blond sand merges with crystal clear waters in dreamy shades of blue. The shallow east end is protected by coral reef and offers excellent swimming and snorkeling opportunities. Takamaka trees fringe the beach providing patches of shade for relaxing, and hungry bathers can refuel at restaurants on both ends of the beach.

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13. La Digue Island

The fourth largest island in the archipelago, La Digue is a haven for nature lovers and those seeking a glimpse of traditional island life; bicycles and oxcarts are popular modes of transport. Stunning white sand beaches and granite rock outcrops rim the coast, and beach connoisseurs will find one of the planet's most picturesque stretches of sand and sea here, Anse Source D'Argent. Other sightseeing attractions include the Veuve Nature Reserve, home to the endangered black paradise flycatcher, also called "the widow" because of its streaming black tail feathers, and L'Union Estate where visitors can horseback ride and visit the copra factory, vanilla plantation, and several old Creole houses. Diving and rock climbing are also popular things to do on the island, and hikers will enjoy La Pass to Grand Anse Trail, which threads past French colonial houses through woodlands and marsh areas to gorgeous Grand Anse beach.

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14. Silhouette Island

In a marine park, 30 km off Mahé's west coast, mountainous Silhouette Island is renowned for its rich biodiversity. It's the only other island in the Seychelles besides Mahé with a mist forest, which cloaks the 731 m peak of Mont Dauban. The third largest of the granitic islands, Silhouette Island has a rugged terrain that has helped preserve its natural beauty. The park protects more than 2,000 species including birds, geckos, chameleons, turtles, and skinks. Visitors will find caves to explore, beaches with wonderful swimming and snorkeling opportunities, and diverse flora and fauna such as carnivorous pitcher plants, coco de mer palms, millipedes, slugs, and snails.

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15. Bird Island

Once known as Îles aux Vaches for the population of dugongs (sea cows) in the area, Bird Island harbors a population of migratory sooty terns, which swells to 1,500,000 birds during the May to October breeding season. Birders and photographers can climb raised observation platforms for clear views of the nests. Other species on the island include fairy and noddy terns, cardinals, ground doves, mynahs, crested terns, and plovers. Giant land tortoises are also in residence, and the nearby Seychelles Bank is renowned for its big-game fishing. Visitors can access the island via a 30-minute flight from Mahé.  

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16. Aldabra Atoll

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Aldabra is the world's largest raised coral atoll. The central lagoon fills and empties twice a day through four channels, revealing mushroom-shaped pinnacles known as champignons. Tiger sharks and manta rays often prowl the shallows, and the atoll is home to thousands of birds, including the white-throated Aldabran rail (the only flightless bird in the Indian Ocean). Also on view are lesser and great frigatebirds, red-footed boobies, dimorphic egrets (found only here and in Madagascar), Aldabra sacred ibis, greater flamingos, and the malagasy kestrel. In addition to its rich avian life, Aldabra is the habitat of 200,000 giant land tortoises - five times as many as the Galapagos.

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Seychelles tour package: Tour Itinerary

DAY 01: Pickup from Mahe Island International Airport. On arrival transfer to the hotel. Day is free for leisure & pleasure activity. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Seychelles.

 

DAY 02: After breakfast transfer for full day sightseeing tour to visit Moyenne Island – Is one of the most beautiful Island in Seychelles. It is situated in Sainte Anne Marine National Park near to the north coast of Seychelles. In evening free to explore various scenic sights.Dinner and overnight stay.

 

DAY 03: After breakfast transfer to beach to enjoy water sports like skiing, paragliding, windsurfing and diving. Later proceed for the full day Mahe Discovery tour to enjoy bustle and hustle of Victoria. Rest of the day is free to explore various scenic sights like tree plantation on the slopes of Morne Blanc or visit unique markets. Dinner and overnight stay .

 

DAY 04: After breakfast transfer for the full day tour to La Digue and Praslin visit Vallee de Mai – the World Heritage Site, Forest home. transfer to Praslin from La Digue by boat 2 Hrs journey. Praslin- is a most popular tourist destination in Seychelles. Praslin is also famous for its exclusive home of the rare ‘coco de mer’ palm. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

 

DAY 05: After breakfast transfer to the Mahe International Airport for your onward journey back to home.

 

Shopping in Seychelles

The best place for shopping is Victoria, the capital, and more specifically the market at the city centre. There are also a few outlets on the island, Praslin, but few shopping areas on the other islands. Larger hotels have boutiques but shopping in Seychelles is not one of the major attractions.

While visiting, be sure to buy the classic and traditional Seychelles souvenir, the coco-de-mer, or the 'nut of the sea,' a nut from trees native to the islands in the Seychelles - but this requires an export licence. Other locally made souvenirs, although not as unique, can be purchased like sea shell and pearl jewellery, textiles and straw hats, in addition to needlework & crochet, paintings by local artists and woodwork.

 

Eat and Drink in Seychelles

Seychellois cuisine has been greatly influenced by the islands' rich cultures. Creole cooking, varied seafood dishes, coconuts and curries are the most popular. The main product of the country, fish, is cooked in a variety of ways. Especially the red snapper is very tasty and well known to visitors.

Cheapest food: Collect coconuts on the beach and learn how to open their terrible cover (not the shell, that's easy; they have a thick cover of natural fibres; to open it: hit the coconut very strongly many times on the edges, sooner or later the fibres break up).

Seychelles offers a fantastic nightlife scene that caters to tourists. The active nightlife is mostly located around the larger hotels and in addition to theatres, cinemas and discos, there are numerous fun and trendy restaurants.

If you enjoy a good beer you must try the local Seybrew beer, it tastes similar to a light Bavarian style beer and is a must to get you through those balmy days. You can save yourself a packet buying the beer from stores on the side of the road like the locals do rather than from hotels. A dark Takamaka Rum on the beach under the stars is the best way to end a day on the Seychelles.

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Recommended Restaurant

La Scala

Serving classically simple Italian fare in a beautiful white house atop granite rocks, this is one of Mahé's oldest and beloved restaurants. The Italian chef-owner is also a fisherman, and in season, his catch of the day is the freshest you'll find. Pastas are largely homemade, and dishes like the tagliatelle with smoked sailfish or ravioli with fish are recommended. Front of the house is managed by the chef's wife, a charming lady who runs a tight ship. With sea breezes wafting through from the tranquil Bel Ombre, the mood is romantic and old world, making this a place to linger.

 

Les Dauphins Heureux Cafe Restaurant

Sitting on the beachfront facing beautiful Anse Royale, this casual yet elegant restaurant serves excellent Creole and international fare, as well as a locally popular Sunday lunch buffet. The smoked fish and mango salad is the perfect balance of tart, sweet, and smokey, and the ginger crab curry is amazingly fragrant. Attentive owner-managed service makes this a romantic dinner option, but with the beautiful beach view and shady outdoor seating option, it's also a winner in the day. Cocktails are tasty and potent, and there's a great wine list. Don't miss the incredible homemade ice cream. And there's free Wi-Fi!

 

Loutier Coco

The only restaurant on the east side of the island, casual and friendly Loutier Coco serves an extremely tasty lunch buffet of the usual Creole favorites. Expect items like a beautifully spiced octopus curry in coconut milk, delicious grilled fish, roast pork, veggie curries, several piquant salads of mango or papaya, and dessert. Located just off Grande Anse beach, the sand floors, coconut-frond and hibiscus-flower decor, and brightly painted rustic murals invite dining in one's swimsuit. Try to arrive early, as items like the grilled fish tend to dry out a bit towards the end. Open for lunch only from 12:30–3, and serving drinks from 8–5. If you call a day ahead, you can organize a lobster feast.

 

Maria's Rock

Not only is Maria's Rock built in, among, and from the huge granite boulders that define Mahé, but this themed restaurant also lets you cook your meal on that very same granite. With only one culinary option—seafood or meat grilled on a hot rock at your table, and served with rice and salad—this place isn't for everyone. But if you like some DIY in your food experience (reminiscent of Korean BBQ) and don't mind the sweat that it may inspire, the place is charming, and the grill items, from fish fillets to prawns to beef, delicious and fresh. Kids will love the Fred Flinstone meets Pirate of the Caribbean Disney–ride atmosphere, heightened by the pirate ship and other structures they can play on.

 

Marie Antoinette

Housed in a charming old Creole-style wooden abode on a hill overlooking Victoria, Marie Antoinette has been serving the same "traditional" Creole set menu for over 30 years. You'll find fish prepared in four different styles, chicken curry, aubergine (eggplant) fritters, rice, and delicious assorted Creole "salads" (also referred to as chutneys) on the menu. A few simple local desserts sweeten the end. A pen of giant tortoises, a wall of business cards from patrons hailing worldwide, and rustic, homey decor add to the restaurant's charm. Reservations are essential during high season and on weekends.

 

Fairs and festivals in Seychells.

Seychelles International Carnival of Victoria

This fun, annual event is spread over three days at various locations on Mahé Island to highlight the various cultures that have helped shape the Seychelles. It features float parades during the day, while all main hotels host special events that take place the first few weeks of February.

 

Semaine de la Francophonie

Celebrating French culture in mid-March, Semaine de la Francophonie is a similar entity to that which is enjoyed in Franco-influenced destinations around the world. The week-long party takes place on Mahé Island and features an array of art exhibitions and literary readings, along with French music, song, fashion and food.

 

La Digue Festival

On the quiet retreat of La Digue Island near Praslin in Seychelles is a collection of fun events incorporating Assumption Day (August 15). Spread over three days in mid-August, the celebration includes a bicycle tour, the Miss Fun Park pageant, and various sports, dances and competitions, including coconut peeling.

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Creole Festival

A must for tourists visiting Mahé, Praslin or La Digue in the last week of October is this fabulous six-day foodie event. It celebrates everything Creole, including their arts, crafts, music, dance and food. Hit any main area on these islands, including (and especially) Victoria, Beau Vallon and Anse Royale on Mahé Island, and you are sure to be in for a treat.

 

Seychelles - Best Recommended Hotels

Coral Strand Smart Choice Hotel

Island: Mahé

No. of Rooms: 165

Type of Hotel: Large Hotel

Rate: Rs. 13,600 per double room, per night, on bed & breakfast basis at low season.

Comfortable 4 star hotel on a prime location on the famous Beau Vallon beach which offers modern cosy rooms, pleasant dining experiences, easy going entertainment, water sports and which is a stepping stone to touristic landmarks.

 

Paradise Sun Hotel

Island: Praslin Island

No. of Rooms: 80

Type of Hotel: Large Hotel

Rate: 29,600

Set in lush gardens fringed by the soft white beaches of Côte d’Or on the north-east coast, this popular resort offers 80 chalets including 10 deluxe family rooms and 70 superior rooms, all with the uncluttered simplicity of the French Creole style. The day starts with a delicious buffet breakfast and after a day of excitement you will be ready to savour the hotel’s unforgettable Creole cuisine at the Le Beach restaurant. In the evening, capture the romance of the islands as you listen to traditional island music or even dance the ‘moutya’ against the backdrop of a beach fire. At sunset, sip an exotic island cocktail at the bar with the sand beneath your feet as you enjoy glorious views of the ocean wondering where else you would possibly rather be! Complimentary water sports include kayaks, canoes, and snorkelling equipment which are available 7 days a week. Once a week sunset cruises are also offered weather permitting.

 

Maison de Jardin

Island: Mahé

No. of Rooms: 3

Type of Hotel: Honeymoon

Rate: Rs. 8000

Maison de Jardin is currently closed for renovation. Maison De Jardin is an authentic colonial home filled with all the comforts of a private estate. The establishment is surrounded by a large tropical garden which was once used as a filming location.Enjoy a relaxing atmosphere with a great view of the marine park and Praslin Island. Maid service and giant tortoises included.

 

Au Cap Self Catering

Island: Mahé

No. of Rooms: 1

Type of Hotel: General

Rate: Rs. 6000

Au Cap Self Catering is a peaceful, one-bedroom, fully furnished cottage located on a hillside on the east coast of the main island, Mahé. The cottage boasts a large garden with many fruit trees. It also has panoramic views of the beach and ocean. A bird eye view of the indigenous mangroves site below can also be enjoyed. The cottage, with its pristine location ensures a tranquil stay in a natural, relaxing environment.

 

Flights from India

Chennai to seychelles Flight - Cheap Flights

Origin City                     Airline                            Fare

Chennai              Etihad Airways + Jet Airways            Rs. 40,000 (Round Trip)

 

Mumbai to seychelles Flight - Cheap Flights

Origin City                     Airline                            Fare

Mumbai              Etihad Airways + Jet Airways            Rs. 36,000 (Round Trip)

 

 

Singapore to seychelles Flight - Cheap Flights

Origin City                     Airline                         Fare

Singapore                SriLankan Airlines                 Rs. 15,000

 

 

Sri Lanka to seychelles Flight - Cheap Flights

Origin City                     Airline                             Fare

Sri Lanka            Etihad Airways + Air Seychelles           Rs. 55,000 (Round Trip)

 



Seychelles Tour Package - Inclusions

  • Accommodation in 3 Star Hotel in well-appointed room.
  • Non-alcoholic welcome drink on arrival
  • Morning tea, American/ Indian Breakfast and Lunch or Dinner
  • Airport / Railway station Pick up & drop.
  • Complimentary use of all recreational facilities which are available in the resort. (except chargeable)
  • All Major Sightseeing as per the itinerary.
  • Flight charges from Delhi / Mumbai to Mahe Island (Seychelles) .
  • All transfers and sightseeing will be done on SIC basis.
  • Inclusive of all applicable Taxes

 

Package Excludes:

  • Drinks of any kind
  • Accommodation other than specified
  • Meal other than specified
  • Transportation other than specified
  • Personal nature expenses such-laundry-drinks-tips and anything not mentioned in “Cost Includes”        

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Seychelles Tour Package - Inclusions

  • Accommodation in 3 Star Hotel in well-appointed room.
  • Non-alcoholic welcome drink on arrival
  • Morning tea, American/ Indian Breakfast and Lunch or Dinner
  • Airport / Railway station Pick up & drop.
  • Complimentary use of all recreational facilities which are available in the resort. (except chargeable)
  • All Major Sightseeing as per the itinerary.
  • Flight charges from Delhi / Mumbai to Mahe Island (Seychelles) .
  • All transfers and sightseeing will be done on SIC basis.
  • Inclusive of all applicable Taxes

 

Package Excludes:

  • Drinks of any kind
  • Accommodation other than specified
  • Meal other than specified
  • Transportation other than specified
  • Personal nature expenses such-laundry-drinks-tips and anything not mentioned in “Cost Includes”        

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Seychelles tour package: Tour Itinerary

DAY 01: Pickup from Mahe Island International Airport. On arrival transfer to the hotel. Day is free for leisure & pleasure activity. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Seychelles.

 

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DAY 02: After breakfast transfer for full day sightseeing tour to visit Moyenne Island – Is one of the most beautiful Island in Seychelles. It is situated in Sainte Anne Marine National Park near to the north coast of Seychelles. In evening free to explore various scenic sights.Dinner and overnight stay.

 

DAY 03: After breakfast transfer to beach to enjoy water sports like skiing, paragliding, windsurfing and diving. Later proceed for the full day Mahe Discovery tour to enjoy bustle and hustle of Victoria. Rest of the day is free to explore various scenic sights like tree plantation on the slopes of Morne Blanc or visit unique markets. Dinner and overnight stay .

 

DAY 04: After breakfast transfer for the full day tour to La Digue and Praslin visit Vallee de Mai – the World Heritage Site, Forest home. transfer to Praslin from La Digue by boat 2 Hrs journey. Praslin- is a most popular tourist destination in Seychelles. Praslin is also famous for its exclusive home of the rare ‘coco de mer’ palm. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

 

DAY 05: After breakfast transfer to the Mahe International Airport for your onward journey back to home.

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Chennai to seychelles Flight - Cheap Flights

Origin City                     Airline                            Fare

Chennai              Etihad Airways + Jet Airways            Rs. 40,000 (Round Trip)

 

Mumbai to seychelles Flight - Cheap Flights

Origin City                     Airline                            Fare

Mumbai              Etihad Airways + Jet Airways            Rs. 36,000 (Round Trip)

 

 

Singapore to seychelles Flight - Cheap Flights

Origin City                     Airline                         Fare

Singapore                SriLankan Airlines                 Rs. 15,000

 

 

Sri Lanka to seychelles Flight - Cheap Flights

Origin City                     Airline                             Fare

Sri Lanka            Etihad Airways + Air Seychelles           Rs. 55,000 (Round Trip)

 

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