Day 1: Eden Island
Day 2: Eden Island – Beau Vallon
Beau Vallon is one of the most popular sites for locals and visitors. Its huge bay, bordered by a three-kilometre-long semi-circular beach, offers an idyllic setting for swimmers and sports enthusiasts.
Day 3: Beau Vallon – Praslin (Anze Lazio)
The incredible combination of turquoise blue water, fine sand, picturesque palm trees and impressive granite rocks make Anse Lazio one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. This postcard beach offers options for everyone, whether swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing or photography.
Day 4: Praslin (Anze Lazio) – Curieuse Island – Praslin (Anse Volbert)
Located north of Praslin, the small island of Curieuse is best known for its large population of giant tortoises, some of which are over 200 years old! With its granite relief, the territory of barely 2 km2 offers a total change of scenery.
Day 5: Praslin (Anse Volbert) – La Digue
La Digue has everything of a paradise. This beautiful island is located 6 km southeast of Praslin. It can be reached in 15 minutes by boat.
Its proportions are modest (5 km long by 3 wide), but they present all the beauties of the Seychelles archipelago. Beaches surrounded by granite rocks, hills covered with coconut palms, lataniers and takamakas, small roads frequented by bicycles or ox carts...
Day 6: La Digue – Eden Island
5 km from the coast of Mahé, is the oldest marine reserve in the Seychelles, named for its largest island Sainte Anne. Besides this island and the surrounding lagoon, the park is home to Moyenne Island, Round Island, Long Island, Cerf Island, Hidden Island, as well as deep ocean waters. In total, the park covers 14.43 km², and consists mainly of coral reefs.
Day 7 : Eden Island