Things to do in the Seychelles
Aboard the semi-submersible you will be able to explore the reefs of Sainte Anne Marine Park without getting your feet wet. Climb back up on deck where you can reach out to hand the fish their breakfast before diving in for your own sub-marine adventure. We provide lightweight snorkelling vests and snorkelling equipment to allow you to get up close to the fascinating underwater world.
Immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere of La Digue, Seychelles’ fourth largest island, where the rhythms of true island living still beat loud and where the bicycle and ox-cart are the main modes of transport. Nearby Anse Source d’Argent is counted among the finest – and certainly the most photographed – beaches in the world where imposing granite boulders and crystalline waters conspire with a beach of the finest sand to create a bather’s paradise.
Peaks of Paradise
An opportunity to experience a thrilling adventure trekking along Mahé’s northern coast before cruising back to Victoria aboard our catamaran Catalina. Starting from Danzilles, the palm-fringed trail along the deserted northwest coast follows the contours of ancient granite boulders.
Enter the forgotten world of Praslin’s legendary Vallée de Mai, still miraculously untouched by man, where the once mythical Coco-de-mer, the world’s heaviest seed sensuously shaped in the form of a female pelvis, was first discovered.
There are many island excursions you can take by boat during your Seychelles holiday. Most are pre-planned however you can always tailor make an itinerary to suit you needs. This is one of the best ways to see the islands and discover why the Seychelles is such a stunning area to visit!
Contracts for excursions are between the consumer and the ground handler in the Seychelles; excursions are neither run nor controlled by Beachcomber. Beachcomber will not be liable for the excursion and nor do any excursions booked form part of the package and your booking conditions do not apply to them.