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The Seychelles is the ideal destination for families, with no dangerous animals or tropical diseases found on any of the 115 islands.
Whether you are looking to visit the Seychelles for a particularly big family reunion or whether you are looking to reward your employees with an incentive unlike any other, the splendid Seychelles islands has a lot to offer larger groups.
The Seychelles is certainly an outdoor enthusiast and nature lover’s paradise with miles of white sandy beaches, indigenous forests and protected coral reefs.
The charm and natural allure of the Seychelles make for a romantic ambience and an idyllic setting for the ultimate wedding in paradise.
Just because you are travelling on your own, does not mean that you cannot partake in the kind of endorphin-inducing activities that leave you saluting the splendour of sunset with a fruity cocktail and the satisfaction of a day fully lived coursing through your veins.
Whilst there are many fabulous adjectives to describe the Seychelles, “romantic” is definitely one of the very first words that come to mind when you see it for the first time.
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Silhouette IslandA natural sanctuary
This mountainous island with its dramatic sceneries is the third largest granitic island in the Seychelles and lies 20 kilometres northwest of Mahé. Protecting over 92 percent of its landmass is Silhouette National Park and the surrounding waters have been declared a Marine National Park.
Fregate IslandProtecting Seychelles natural heritage
Unsurpassed luxury and a unique assortment of exotic fauna and flora awaits on this island, which you can reach by plane, helicopter or boat.
Sainte Anne IslandIsland hopping at its best
Set on a 227 hectare private island, surrounded by one of the largest marine parks in the Indian Ocean, is Sainte Anne Island. Only ten minutes from Mahé by boat, the island is a convenient stepping stone for island hopping in the Seychelles.
Cousine IslandExclusivity at its best
The exclusive Cousine Island is the perfect getaway for travellers seeking the ultimate privacy, catering to a maximum of 8 guests, luxury and service is never compromised.
North IslandThe celebrities choice
An exclusive luxury lodge, North Island has only 11 guest villas which offer the very best in privacy, location, accommodation, services, facilities and experiences. Natural beauty combined with sheer luxury is the epitome of North Island.
Round IslandParadise is closer than you think
Away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, this tiny island resort is well suited to its name. Ten exclusive villas, each with a private walkway to the beach, infinity pool and outdoor rain shower, overlook the multi-hued turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.
Denis IslandUnderstated elegance and luxury
Named after the French explorer who first visited in 1773, the island is now a private island estate that invites you to immerse yourself in an exceptional lifestyle.
Single Island ResortsPrivately owned islands
These islands may be privately owned; uninhabited and set aside as nature reserves; or play host to just one accommodation property. Offering exclusive privacy, single resort islands will easily make you feel as though you are the only ones roaming a deserted paradise!
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Overview of The Life of the Party Holiday to The Seychelles
The Life of the Party:
Do you see travelling as an opportunity to not only get exposure to new cultures, food and destinations; but also to make new friends and meet people from all over the world? Then this itinerary would be perfect for you!
Although you are quite comfortable travelling on your own, you might not want to be on your own all of the time, and you definitely don’t want to be excluded from those awesome activities that other people are taking part in. The Life of the Party itinerary takes your social needs into account and provides you with ample opportunity to interact with others, whilst having the luxury of only doing what you want to and deciding how much and when you feel like interacting with others.
Arrive at Victoria Airport, Mahé. Transfer to Kempinski Seychelles Resort. Located in the famous bay of Baie Lazare, the resort offers an array of activities right at your doorstep. The elegantly appointed rooms and suites offer absolute privacy and are equipped with modern amenities. All rooms comprise of a bedroom level with a sitting area at a lower level, a terrace and wireless internet access. You will be accommodated in a Deluxe Beachside Room which offers direct access to the beach and allows the sound of the ocean to lull you to sleep.
A stay at Kempinski Seychelles Resort includes the following:
- Breakfast daily.
- Dinner at Café Lazare buffet dinner.
- All taxes.
- Tea and Coffee in your room.
- Access to the fully equipped gym and tennis courts.
- Snorkelling (masks, snorkels and fins).
- Access to the casino.
All activities as stated above are included in the pricing of this itinerary.
Enjoy your first day in the sun, lounging on the beach and next to the pool, whilst sipping on tropical cocktails. Have sushi or one of the other specialities in the Windsong Bar for lunch, before perhaps going to visit the Kempinski Spa, located at the foot of the famous Baie Lazare rocks in a natural wooden pavilion with panoramic views and surrounded by a beautiful tropical landscape.
The spa philosophy is inspired by the European cycle of the seasons and uses pure organic herbs found in the area like lemon grass, vanilla and cinnamon as the main healing component.
Why not visit the casino after dinner, to see if you are in favour with Lady Luck?
Today you will join a full day excursion to the second biggest island in the archipelago, Praslin Island, as well as the third biggest island, La Digue. Visitors will be able to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vallée de Mai, home to the endemic species of the Coco de Mer as well as the other five species of endemic palm, the only place in the Seychelles where they are all found together.
The Coco de Mer is a palm that can grow up to 30 meters in length and is known for having the largest seed in the world, weighing up to 18 kilograms. There has also been a rich body of legend which has developed around the species. For instance, in the 19th century the British General Gordon produced detailed 'proof' that the Vallée de Mai was the Garden of Eden and that the Coco de Mer was the tree of knowledge, giving the area religious significance. Located in a valley in the heart of Praslin National Park, an area which was untouched until the 1930s and still retains primeval palm forest in a near-natural state, the Vallée de Mai is also home to the endemic (and endangered) black parrot, which is totally dependent on the existence of the surrounding palm forest.
The tour includes a visit to the famous Anse Lazio beach before the 30-minute crossing to La Digue, during which one has a good chance to spot dolphins. Visitors to La Digue island will marvel at the timeless atmosphere, with the comforts of the 21st century blending smoothly with the tranquillity of yesteryear, where life is lived mainly at the pace of the oxen.
Transfer from the jetty is by ox-cart to L'Union Estate for a tour of the copra sheds, the giant land tortoises and the recently refurbished colonial plantation house, location of the film “Goodbye Emmanuelle”. The tour of La Digue resumes by 'camion', an open-sided truck with canopy, stopping at Anse Source d’Argent, one of the most spectacular beaches in the world, allowing you ample time to photograph the impressive granite rock formations. This is an eleven-hour long tour to fit in everything, and you will therefore be collected from your hotel at 06h10 in the morning, to return again after 18h in the evening.
Today will be another opportunity for you to relax and soak up some rays, whilst at the same time soaking up the idyllic and peaceful atmosphere of your surroundings. Get some snorkelling gear from the dive centre and get to know the Seychelles’ most colourful and vibrant citizens, the reef fish. If you’re lucky, a turtle might lazily keep you company.
Another early start for an 08h00 departure, but not to worry, the rest of the day will be very relaxing as you have a full day cruise ahead of you!
Full day Reef Safari Tour:
Explore the Sainte Anne Marine Park on this exciting full-day excursion, jam-packed with fun-filled activities. Set-Sail on board Anahita as you head off to discover Mahé’s inner islands. Next, hop aboard a semi- submersible vessel as you dip below the waves to explore the depths of the Marine Park. Enjoy feeding the tropical fish surrounding the boat and then get up close and personal with the creatures that inhabit the park’s colourful coral gardens for a refreshing snorkel or swim. Be treated to a BBQ lunch and musical entertainment before heading ashore Moyenne Island. Visit the island on-foot as you get to meet the Giant Tortoises that freely roam here, as well as visit old ruins and pirate graves – or simply relax on the island’s private beach. The day ends with a tropical cocktail and a leisurely cruise around the Marine Park before returning to Mahé
Full day discovery tour of Mahé:
Begin with a tour of the capital, Victoria, and visit places of interest such as the Victoria Clock Tower and the colourful Sir Selwyn-Selwyn Clark Market place, whilst our experienced guides share the country’s rich culture and history with you. Moving on, enjoy a lesiurely drive through the mountain passes of Sans Souci, as you travel through lush forest and tea plantations along one of the most scenic routes in Seychelles. After a stop at the historic Mission Lodge, with its weathered ruins and awe-inspiring views of the coast below, set off to enjoy a Creole Buffet in a local Seychellois restaurant. Soak in the breathtaking scenery of the many idyllic bays along the Southern coast before heading to a historic herb & spice garden and our Guides are sure to enlighten you on the unique flora and fauna only found in the Seychelles. End the day with an insight into Creole culture and architecture by visiting the local craft village for an opportunity of purchasing local souvenirs, viewing Creole houses and meeting local artisans making their crafts.
After conquering Mahé, it’s time to move on to greener pastures… or perhaps bluer oceans. After a leisurely breakfast, you will be transferred to the St. Anne jetty where you will be welcomed by the Beachcomber St. Anne team. A quick 10-minute speedboat ride will bring you to Sainte Anne Island. Set on a 227 hectare private island, surrounded by one of the largest marine parks in the Indian Ocean, the resort has three pristine beaches strewn with granite rocks. As the actual resort only takes up a very small part of the island, there are many more unspoiled beaches to explore. Lush tropical gardens surround your elegant Tropical Villa, offering you a relaxing haven in a peaceful and natural setting. The cosy terrace and elegant gazebo set in the garden feature plush outdoor furniture perfect for relaxing or for al-fresco dining, whilst the spacious en-suite bathroom offers a sumptuous bathtub and separate shower as well as an exotic outdoor shower. You will be able to choose between two different atmospheres with some villas located closer to the hotel's common areas whilst others are set further away near Anse Tortues, one of the most beautiful beaches of Sainte Anne.
Your stay at Sainte Anne Island includes the following:
- Three meals daily in any of the five restaurants (L’Abondance, Le Robinson, L’Océane, Le Takamaka and Le Mont Fleuri) with a wide-ranging choice of menus including buffets, table d’hôte and à la carte menus.
- Premium wines and famous brands of spirits.
- Champagne by the glass as from 6 p.m.
- Complimentary bicycles and helmets.
- Live music 6 evenings a week.
- Access to 2 floodlit tennis courts, gym facilities, nature trails in the forest, table tennis, beach volleyball, yoga and bike excursions.
- Water sports such as kayaking, pedal boat, snorkelling and excursions on a glass-bottom boat.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
All activities as stated above are included in the pricing of this itinerary.
Day Eight to Nine:
Your time at Sainte Anne Island is less structured, but by no means offer less to do. Get on your bike and explore the 220-heactare island, discovering hidden coves and beaches off the beaten track. Sign up for the afternoon snorkelling excursion into the Sainte Anne Marine Park, where one can often see some of the endangered Hawksbill Turtles. Enjoy the amazing array of meals on offer at the five different restaurants around the island, and spend leisurely hours kayaking around the marine park, hiking some of the nature trails through the forest, playing volleyball on the beach and finding your inner calm with the yoga classes on offer.
Take your time to say goodbye to Sainte Anne Island, and then take the speedboat transfer back to Mahé to connect to your international flight.
We hope you will be leaving the Seychelles with a spectacular tan and many friends; who knows, maybe next time we will get to welcome you back with an entire group who we can introduce to the natural beauty and splendour of these magnificent islands!
The Cost Breakdown:
This itinerary starts from: € 5,407.00 for one person.
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