Seychelles Honeymoon Package Detail Itinerary

Destination : 4 NIGHTS MAHE ISLAND

Duration : 4 Nights / 5 Days

Must See Attractions in Seychelles : Mahe island tour, Reef Safari, La Digue island tour, Seychelles National Botanical Gardens, Le Jardin du Roi Spice Gardens, Baie Ternay Marine National Park, Kot Man- Ya Exotic Flower Garden, Morney Seychellois National Park, Victoria Market, Private Catamaran Customized Yacht Charters, Valee de Mai Nature Reserve, Parslin Museum, Casino Des Isles, Golfing in Praslin, Full day boat trip to Cousin, Curieuse and St. Pierre Islands, Full day boat trip to Sister, Felicite and Coco islands, Nid d’Aigle/Eagles Nest, L’Union Estate and Copra Factory, Veuve Reserve, Chateau St.Cloud

Best time to visit : The best time to visit Seychelles are April, May, October and November. These months represent the transition times between the hot and humid northwest trade winds (from November through March) and the cooler southeast trade winds that define April through October.

Arrival and Departure Airport : Mahe International Airport.

Time Difference : India is one hour, thirty minutes ahead of Seychelles.

Currency : Seychellois Rupee (SCR).

Language : The National languages of Seychelles are 
Seychellois Creole, English and French.

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USP of locations


Accessibility – Land transfers from Seychelles International Airport for hotels within Mahe. For inter-island travel there are domestic flights, helicopter services, private boat transfers and ferry services.

Best beaches in Mahe

Anse Royale – located south of Mahe, one of the most popular beaches with beautiful Scenery, its proximity to hotels and offers a variety of activities.

Beau Vallon – A firm favourite with local visitors, stunning sandy surface and beautiful atmosphere.

Port Launay North Beach – Incredibly beautiful beach.

Anse a La Mouche – located in south west with flat, calm shallow water, beautiful scenery and wonderful relaxing atmosphere.

Anse Louis – located in west of Mahe , a beautiful sheltered bay is a great location for surfers.


Accessibility – Air Seychelles domestic flights, helicopter and ferry services. Praslin is the second largest island of the Seychelles.

Best beaches in Praslin

Anse Lazio – Best beach on Praslin island.

Anse Georgette – Ideal for sunbathers, lovebirds seeking alone time, for swimming,snorkeling, surfing, stunning views and watching breathtaking views of sunset.

Cote d’Or – Family friendly and an ideal place to relax and unwind. Snorkeling and scuba are good options here and watching the sun set a pleasure!

Anse Boudin – Located in northeast coast of Praslin. Offers beautiful scenery and is good for swimming, snorkeling and fishing.

Anse Government – Attractive bay on the northern coast of Praslin near popular hotel L'Archipel.


Accessibility – Domestic flights, private helicopter and ferry transfers from Mahe to La Digue.

What to Expect

Charming and serene, it is the smallest of the three main inhabited islands.

Best beaches in La Digue

Anse Source D'Argent – Shallow and calm azure blue waters of the Indian Ocean.

Grand Anse – Tropical landscape, powdery white sandy beaches, tall palm trees and crystal-clear water.

Anse Cocos – Untouched nature, its charm lies in its remoteness and the solitude it offers.

Anse Marron – Stunning natural pool and beach combo with blindingly white sand and granite formations which shelter seawater pools making it ideal for swimming.

Anse La Renunion – Natural shade and beautiful.

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Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino

Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort
Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort
Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort


OriginDestinationDistances in KM
Mahe AirportMahe island30 mins 16km
MahePraslin (by ferry)60 mins
PraslinLa Digue( by fastest catamarans)20mins
La DigueMahe ferry90 minutes



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Seychelles is over 99% water ( with a marine area of 400,000 km) and the landmass constitutes only 0.03%. Majority of the population lives in Mahe, Praslin and La Digue islands.

The Seychelles archipelago was first discovered by Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama.

Seychelles is the smallest sovereign country in all of Africa and Victoria, the capital city of this island nation is one of the smallest capitals in the world.

The Seychelles is the only mid-ocean granite islands in the world. Their spectacular natural beauty features the most stunning beaches in the world’s set against the dramatic granite formations.

In the Seychelles

(a) National animal is Giant Tortoise
(b) National bird is Black Parrot
(c) National Tree is Coco de mar (sea coconut)
(d) National Flower is Tropicbird Orchid

Aldabra is the world’s second largest coral atoll.

To ensure conservation of Seychelles unique biodiversity, about 47.06% of its landmass, almost half of the country is protected by government law.

The 'Bird Island' in Seychelles is home to ‘Esmeralda’ the heaviest land tortoise alive in the world. It weighs 304 kg.

Sea coconut (Coco de mar) is the heaviest nut found in the world.

The 'Curieuse Island' an uninhabited bio-reserve has red color soil giving it the nickname 'Red Island'.

Visitors can view flying mammals like giant fruit bats ( flying foxes) cruising above the forest at sunset at the remote island 'Silhouette island'.

Seychelles is one of the best diving destinations in the world.

Seychelles is home to the largest 'Land Crab – The Coconut Crab' found mostly on Aldabra Coral a toll.

Seychellois society is matriarchal where women play a dominate role in the household.

The Seychelles cuisine has been influenced by French, Indian, Chinese and African cuisines.

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