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This tour combines the very best of Seychellois luxury accommodation and unique experiences, taking in the must-see islands of Praslin and Mahé, combined with the small but very special Félicité.
Days 1 - 5
Fly into Mahé airport and on to Praslin Island by domestic flight, for a 5-night stay at Raffles Seychelles. Relax in your expansive private Garden View Pool Villa or upgrade to a Panoramic Pool Villa for show-stopping vistas from the top of the hillside out to the ocean. Spend your days exploring the resort and wider island with complimentary bicycles. We would recommend the hilly, but rewarding, ride to Anse Lazio beach, just 20 minutes away, for a picture-perfect paradise of soft white sands, framed by classic Seychellois granite boulders and lush greenery.
Days 6 - 10
Transfer to Praslin jetty for the short 25-minute private boat ride to Félicité Island and Six Senses Zil Pasyon for a 5-night stay. This exclusive resort is the only one on the island and is made up of just 30 pool villas. Take some time out to drink in the dramatic vistas, skim a kayak or paddleboard out into the clear cerulean waters and indulge in the fresh, home grown produce and fish of the island.
It’s well worth taking a day trip to La Digue, just a 20-minute boat ride away, to discover first-hand the home of many of the classic images of the Seychelles that no doubt made you want to holiday here in the first place! Anse Source d’Argent is widely recognised as the Seychelles best beach, however, we prefer the quieter Grande Anse and Petite Anse; from here the more adventurous can also hike to Anse Coco, which has the stunning geological features of Anse Source d’Argent, but without the tourists.
Days 11 - 13
Take the 20-minute helicopter flight from Six Senses’ own jetty helipad to Mahé airport, marvelling at the sparkling turquoise waters on the way.
Continue to Four Seasons Resort Seychelles by private car and check in for a 3-night stay. Here, say hello to the resident giant tortoises near Kannel restaurant, take in a Creole cooking demonstration or discover beautiful coral and scores of fish at Petite Anse Bay, the resort’s own beach, where the waters are shallow enough for all ages to enjoy.
For more unique experiences, head to the rooftop spa for a starlight massage, enhanced by the sound of the Indian Ocean, or explore the island with a trip to the south of Mahé’s local art galleries. If you’re feeling inspired, the resort can book you an art class with local Nigel Henri, to create your own postcard memory of the Seychelles.