Seychelles Package Holidays
Package Holidays in Seychelles
Seychelles is one of the finest island destinations of the Indian Ocean and is full of attractions including national park, spectacular islands and unspoilt beaches. Seychelles travel packages include return economy class flights from Johannesburg to Mahe, return airport/hotel transfers and airport taxes. They also include accommodation on a dinner bed and breakfast basis.
These packages do not include drinks, gratuities travel insurance and personal expenses.
Most popular areas in Seychelles
Praslin is popular with tourists for two reasons; the Vallee de Mai and the Praslin beach. Vallee de Mai forest is where the famous Coco de Mer nut grows and is home to the endangered black Parrot as well as other rare plants and animals. Visitors can follow the trail into the forest and this is a definite must. The beach at Praslin is considered to be the most beautiful in the world. Large boulders tip each end of the virtually deserted white sandy beach. If you like to snorkel, the water is a brilliant blue and has more fish than you can count.
Beau Vallon beach, on Mahe is a huge, beautiful beach offering activities such as snorkeling, parasailing, kayaking and fishing for Dorado or Sailfish.
A day trip to la Digue via catamaran to Praslin, then schooner to La Digue is a popular way to spend your day. On La Digue, visitors can rent a bike and bike on to the beaches, such as Grand Anse. Grande Anse has deeper water and better swimming than the Anse Source d’Argent but can be dangerous because of the currents.
L’Union Estate Park is a national heritage site on the island of La Digue. Visitors can walk around the gardens and vanilla plantations or go horseback riding. The famous granite rocks of Anse Source d’ Argent are one of the most photographed sites in the world.
Info about Seychelles
The Seychelles Archipelago is situated in the Indian Ocean and comprises 115 granite and coralline islands. The Granite islands form a cluster around Mahé, whilst the coralline islands lie to the southwest. Both are home to some of the rarest and most exotic plant and animal life in the world. Creole is the official language but English and French are also spoken and visitors will find it easy to communicate in the Seychelles. The climate in Seychelles is equable although reasonably humid and temperatures vary little throughout the year making it a wonderful destination for travel.