Sitting off the coast of East Africa, Seychelles is made up of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean. The Seychelles Islands are renowned for their diversity, perfect than the Maldives, to the north and east both in terms of their islands, multi-ethnicity, culture and flora & fauna and the islands offer a broad range of things to do while on vacation - fishing; sailing and cruising; diving and snorkelling; spa retreats; island-hopping; golf and trekking.

Family holidays are tremendously beneficial to the entire family. While the perfect family holiday destination may differ from one family to the next, no one will conflict with the fact that the Seychelles islands offer one of the most scenic and relaxing beach holiday destination a family can exhilarate. While Seychelles is essentially a group of islands, and even being on one of the three main islands (Mahé, Praslin and La Digue) would constitute an island getaway experience, one can get closer to the real meaning with a range of island resort options. Explore the Seychelles Tours with Aaditya Tours and Travels!
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Seychelles Tours

ATTSEY04 - Glimpse of Seychelles

4 Nights / 5 Days
La Digue
Airport Pickup
  • Arrive into Seychelles International Airport (Aéroport de la Pointe Larue), located on the island of Mahé.
    • Welcome to the granitic islands of the Seychelles archipelago cluster around the main island of Mahé, home to the international airport and the capital, Victoria, and its neighbouring islands of Praslin and La Digue.
  • Meet and Transfer to Hotel / Resort.
  • Rest of the day is free for acclimatization.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel.
  • Have Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Proceed for Mahé City Sightseeing (Private guided Car Tour (Incl driver, guide, lunch, entrance fees).
    • 09:30hrs: Depart from the hotel and drive to one of the world’s smallest capital, Victoria! Enjoy a 30 minutes guided walk around Victoria. Visit to the market, and explore the colorful market of fresh fruits, vegetables, fish and spices. The Clock Tower – build in 1903 to commemorate Queen Victoria, and is the replica of the one on the Vauxhall Bridge Road – Victoria, London.
    • 10:30hrs: Travel to Sans Souci through a vastly dense Morne Seychellois National Park via the Bel-Air Road to visit the Bel-Air Cemetery, the oldest in Seychelles. Buried there is the once tallest and strongest Seychellois (3 meters approx.) He was named the Giant at that time because he was so strong he could carry pirogues from the beach to the sea by lifting it and he was able to lift a 50kg bag of rice with one hand! Fearing that as he grew he would terrorize the island, he was poisoned. His grave befits his size and is 9ft 6 inch.
    • 11:00hrs: Visit the Mission Lodge which was then called Venn’s Town and was founded in 1835 by the Church Missionary Society. This was the island’s first school which was built for children of the freed slaves who could not return to their homeland and they could speak neither English nor Creole. They chose this site as it was the cheapest crown land available, at a yearly rental fee of 50 acres for 50 cents at that time! The original painting of Venn’s Town which was painted by a British artist who visited Seychelles in 1883, Marion North, hangs in the North Gallery in Kew Gar-den, London.
    • 12:30hrs: Continue along the picturesque mountain road past thick vegetation – heading to the south-western part of Mahe along some of the beautiful deserted beaches of the island, pass the Baie Lazare district where the first French ship anchored in 1742, under the commander Lazare Picault who named Mahe, Ile D’abondance as they found an abundance of freshwater, fruits, coconuts, fish and birds.
    • 14:30hrs: Proceed to where the first spice garden was established in 1771 by Pierre Poivre, who was a French Governor at that time. Enjoy a guided tour of the garden which is now owned and maintained by a Seychellois family. Enjoy a typical Creole buffet at the Garden or other local restaurant.
    • 16:00hrs: Spend the afternoon swimming at Anse Royal beach. After a nice swim, continue to tour the Eastern coast of the island past picturesque villages, deserted creeks, the international airport, before heading back to your hotel.
  • Return and Stay Overnight at Hotel / Resort.
  • Have Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Proceed for Full Day Praslin / La Digue Excursion by Boat.
    • 07:30hrs: Depart to Praslin by Cat Cocos Catamaran (1 hour).
    • 08:30hrs: Arrival on Praslin and transfer to Vallee de Mai.
    • 09:15hrs: Arrive at Vallee de Mai for introductions & visit of boutique should it be required by the clients.
    • 09:30hrs: Tour of the Vallee de Mai.
    • 10:30hrs: Depart from Vallee de Mai and transfer to Cote D’or beach.
    • 10:45hrs: Visit of Cote D’or beach with 30 minutes leisure time on the beach then transfer to the jetty for transfer to La Digue.
    • 11:45hrs: Ferry transfer to La Digue Island.
    • 12:00hrs: Arrive on La Digue, transfer to a Creole Restaurant for lunch.
    • 13:00hrs: Depart , visit of the Veuve Reserve.
    • 13:30hrs: Depart from Veuve Reserve for visit of L’Union Estate.
    • 14:15hrs: Depart from L’Union Estate to Anse Source D’Argent and leisure on the beach for swimming and photo shoot.
    • 16:00hrs: Depart Anse Source D’Argent to the jetty.
    • 16:30hrs: Ferry transfer to Praslin.
    • 16:45hrs: Arrival on Praslin jetty.
    • 17:30hrs: Depart to Mahe by Cat Cocos Catamaran.
    • 18:30hrs: Arrive on Inter Island Quay and transfer to Hotel.
  • Return and Stay Overnight at Hotel / Resort.
  • Have Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Day is free for own activities.
  • Stay Overnight at Hotel / Resort.
Airport Drop
  • Have Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Check out Hotel as per the standard Check out time.
  • Meet our Chauffeur and drive to Seychelles International Airport for your homebound flight.

Seychelles Tour Package Cost

Package Cost: Starts from Rs. 110,500* Per Person

Package Cost Includes:

  • Meet and assist at the airport by our airport representative.
  • Return airport transfers.
  • 04 Nights Accommodation in a Standard Room at Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort or similar, Mahe, Seychelles
    • Location of the Resort: This large hotel is situated on one of the most beautiful beaches of the island, offering a panoramic view of the ocean with North and Silhouette islands. It comprises of 231 rooms (155 Standard rooms, 26 Superior rooms, 50 Deluxe Chalets). Surrounded by lush greeneries and crystal clear waters, wellness and serenity awaits at this resort. Discover the fulfillment of a vacation filled with excitement & enjoyment.
  • Breakfast and Dinner at Resort.
  • Sightseeing
    • Mahé City Sightseeing (Private guided Car Tour (Incl driver, guide, lunch, entrance fees)).
    • Full Day Praslin / La Digue Excursion by Boat.
  • Ferry Tickets
    • Mahé to Praslin (Main Deck) & Cat Coco: Praslin to Mahé (Main Deck)
    • Praslin to La Digue & La Digue to Praslin.
  • All Taxes in Seychelles as on Date.
  • Package Cost doesnot include:

    • Applicable GST – 5% as on date.
    • Applicable TCS (Tax Collection at Source) – 5% as on date with PAN Card.
    • On Arrival Seychelles Tourist Visa
    • International Air Tickets
    • Travel Insurance
    • Early check-in & Late Check-out from hotel beyond the standard timings
    • Lunch / other meals wherever not specified
    • Entrance Fee if any applicable during Sightseeing apart from the Inclusions
    • Variance in the Rate of Exchange from USD to INR if any at the time of making the final payment towards the Reservation.
    • Variance in the Rates if any at the time of booking Confirmation.
    • Peak Season Surcharges if any applicable
    • Usage of Transportation beyond the schedules / Sightseeing provided
    • Personal purchases and drinks except those included in the meals.
    • Tips for guides and drivers / Chauffeurs.
    • Change in the Order of Itinerary/amendments as per Personal Interests / Convenience.
    • Incidental Expenses due to Natural Calamities / Weather disruptions / Fight Cancellations / Flight delays/ War/ Strike / Fire / Acts of government / Riot, etc.
    • Expenses of personal nature such as room service, bar, laundry, porterage, etc.
    • Disclaimer: INR Prices shown are subject to Foreign exchange rate fluctuations and are subject to revise. While we endeavor to keep the pricing relevant, the website might not have updated with the current pricing at all times. Please call or use the Request Quote form for an accurate package cost for your requirement.

Frequently Asked Questions

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. Seychelles’ climate is always warm and does not reach extremes of heat or cold. The temperature rarely drops below 24°C or rises above 32°C.

  • A larger amount of the annual rainfall falls during the months of December to February.
  • The weather is hottest from December to April, and the humidity is high.
  • The months of May to October bring drier, cooler weather, and livelier seas.

Irrespective of the nationality of the visitor and his or her family members, there are NO VISA requirements to enter Seychelles.

Indian passport holders do not need a visa to visit Seychelles. Yes, Seychelles is a visa-free access country for Indians! To obtain Visa on Arrival, you must have a Confirmed return Air Ticket, Hotel Accommodation, and Sufficient funds.

Seychelles is 4 hours ahead of GMT (GMT+4), 3 hours ahead of British summertime and 2 hours ahead of European summertime.

Visitors may enjoy almost 12 hours of daylight throughout the year with sunrise occurring just after 0600hrs and the sun setting around 1830hrs.

Please contact us immediately. Once confirmed, changes or cancellations do incur a fee.

We recommend to all of our customers to help protect you and your travel investment against the unexpected.

The local currency is the Seychelles Rupee (SCR) which is divided into 100 cents. Coins come in 5, 10, 25 cents, and 1 and 5 Rupee denominations. Notes come in 10, 25, 50, 100 and 500 Rupee denominations.

USD$, EURO€, and GBP£ are widely accepted in Seychelles but the most frequently demanded one is EURO€.

Throughout Seychelles, the voltage is 220-240 volts AC 50 Hz. Seychelles uses the British standard square three-pin, 13 amp sharp electric plug. Visitors from countries other than the United Kingdom are advised to bring their own adaptors.

Most charges (restaurant, hotel, taxis, porters, etc) already include a 5% to 10% service charge or “tip” and so tipping is not obligatory in Seychelles.

However, as a reward for exceptional service, a nominal tip is sure to be warmly received.

POLICE: Emergency: 999 | Hotline: 133 | Central Police Station: 4 28 80 00
HOSPITAL: Emergency: 151 | Seychelles Hospital: 4 38 80 00 | Praslin Hospital: 4 23 23 33 | La Digue Logan Hospital: 4 23 42 55
Remember to add the international dialling code (248) when dialling a Seychelles number from abroad.

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