Mahe Round Trip
FEX-683367/216533 Indian Ocean
12 Nights
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Day 1
Mahe, Seychelles

As the largest island of the Seychelles, Mahe is home to 90% of the country’s entire population. With over 60 beaches and coves within which to be able to relax and unwind, Mahe is the perfect tropical destination. Beyond these gorgeous beaches, you will also be able to discover a natural world of waterfalls, jungle, mountains and scuba diving opportunities. Wildlife and marine life around the island can be spectacular, with more than 1000 fish species being recorded and vast selections of corals. 

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Day 2
Amirantes Islands, Seychelles

The Amirante or Amirantes Islands of the Seychelles is formed of a group of coral islands and atolls that belong to the country’s outer islands. Made up of a total of 11 main islands and numerous atolls, reefs and sand cays make up the Amirantes Islands with the main island, Desroches, providing a home to no more than 50 permanent residents. These islands are beautiful natural paradises, which are home to excellent beaches and a plethora of exotic flora and fauna.

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Day 4
Aldabra Atoll, Seychelles

The Aldabra Atoll is the world’s largest coral atoll and, as a result of being difficult to access, it has been virtually untouched by humans. Four islands enclose a shallow lagoon, which provides an excellent environment for the world’s largest population of giant tortoises, with 152,000 residing within the atoll. Aldabra’s status as being naturally significant has subsequently resulted in it becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Day 6
Cosmoledo Atoll, Seychelles
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Day 7
Farquhar Islands, Seychelles

Belonging to the Outer Islands of the Seychelles, the Farquhar Group is situated in the southwest of the island nation – 700km from the city of Victoria, on the main Seychelles island of Mahé. This isolated group of islands consists of one island, two atolls and a submerged reef. These rarely visited islands will reward visitors with a number of stunning landmarks including many beautiful lagoons.

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Day 8
Amirantes Islands, Seychelles

The Amirante or Amirantes Islands of the Seychelles is formed of a group of coral islands and atolls that belong to the country’s outer islands. Made up of a total of 11 main islands and numerous atolls, reefs and sand cays make up the Amirantes Islands with the main island, Desroches, providing a home to no more than 50 permanent residents. These islands are beautiful natural paradises, which are home to excellent beaches and a plethora of exotic flora and fauna.

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Day 10
Praslin, Seychelles

Praslin is the second largest island of the Seychelles and is most renowned for its highly-prized beaches including Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette. These beaches offer a unique sense of secluded paradise, with pure white sands and glistening tranquil waters. As well as beaches, the island is also home to a number of tropical forests which provide an ideal habitat for birds such as the endemic bulbul and the Seychelles black parrot.

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Day 11
Aride Island, Seychelles

Aride Island is one of the northernmost islands of the Seychelles and is home to a unique nature reserve. It provides a home for a total of 1.25 million seabirds including the world’s largest colonies of lesser noddy and tropical shearwater, as well as the largest Seychelles population of roseate tern. The island is also home to five endemic species including the Seychelles warbler, Seychelles fody, Seychelles magpie-robin, Seychelles blue pigeon, and the Seychelles sunbird.

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Day 12
Mahe, Seychelles

As the largest island of the Seychelles, Mahe is home to 90% of the country’s entire population. With over 60 beaches and coves within which to be able to relax and unwind, Mahe is the perfect tropical destination. Beyond these gorgeous beaches, you will also be able to discover a natural world of waterfalls, jungle, mountains and scuba diving opportunities. Wildlife and marine life around the island can be spectacular, with more than 1000 fish species being recorded and vast selections of corals.