Seychelles is one of the most exquisite islands in the western Indian Ocean, with its pristine beaches, variety of marine life and lush vegetation, it is a dream destination for tourists. Seychelles is known for its raw beauty and biodiversity, thanks largely to the conservation programmes of this island republic. Seychelles is unique to other island destinations, largely due to having the world’s best beaches, breathtaking rock formations, lush forests, clear seas and unique Creole culture. The Seychelles archipelago comprises about 115 islands and its main islands are roughly 1,000 miles (1,600 km) east of Kenya and about 700 miles (1,100 km) north east of Madagascar. Seychelles can be divided into two distinct island groups – the inner and the outer islands.

The inner islands

The inner islands, called the Mahé Group consist of Mahé, Praslin and La Dique which are the economic and cultural hub of Seychelles. There are more than 40 mountainous granitic islands in the inner islands, which feature unique rocky granite formations, pristine white beaches and hilly, lush tropical vegetation.

The outer islands

The outer islands are made up of over 70 islands which are flat, coralline islands. These islands have very few residents, are generally waterless with a flat geography, rising only a few feet above sea level, with elevated coral reefs at varying levels of formation.
The Amirantes in the Outer islands is an island paradise consisting of 20 islands, atolls and islets, the perfect place to investigate on a live-aboard Catamaran or spend days fishing. Only 2% of Seychelles population live on these islands, making the Amirantes the perfect authentic ocean island experience.
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Mahé Island
Mahé Island is a tropical island in the Seychelles archipelago that is the tourist, economic and cultural hub of the Seychelles. The capital, Victoria, is situated on this island.

Victoria, capital of Seychelles
Victoria (sometimes called Port Victoria) is the capital city of Seychelles and is found on the north-eastern side of Mahé, which is the main island of the Seychelles archipelago.

Eden Island, Mahé
Eden Island is an exclusive development located 300m from the capital and largest city on Mahé, the main island of the Seychelles archipelago. It is simple to access by air, road and sea and is the starting point for our Seychelles Charters trips. It has a number of luxurious villas and stylish apartments for accommodation, and this man-made island has secluded beaches, restaurants, bars, swimming pools, a gymnasium, child-friendly play areas and a world-class shopping centre.

Snorkel the bays of Anse Major and Baie Ternay
Discover the mystical creatures of the Seychelles from underwater in Anse Major and Baie Ternay.On either side of Anse Major, granite rocks cover the floor of the ocean, making it the perfect hiding spot for fascinating marine life. You will most likely see variations of colourful angelfish, including the emperor angelfish. In Baie Ternay, the Marine National Park, countless marine animals and plants can be found in their unspoiled environment. There are 69 species of coral reefs on this beach, providing a colourful view for snorkelers. On top of this, the beach is home to many shark and whale species. You will also be able to see stingrays and young turtles in their natural habitat. These snorkeling beaches are not to be missed by any wannabe or pro-snorkeler.

Port Launay
Another Marine National Park, Port Launay is an excellent swimming beach. Wade out into the calm blue waters to cool off after a day of picnicking on this beach. You can also see various splendid shells along the shore. As tempting as it may be, remember that it is a National Park, so these shells are for looking, not taking. This beach and its inhabitants are sure to leave you breathless by its exquisite conditions.

Anse Royale
The administrative district of the Seychelles, Anse Royale, is located in the capital of the archipelago – Mahe. This is a wonderful spot to enjoy some Takamaka rum, the Seychelles own brew. This is one of the biggest bays of the Seychelles with an abundance of places to traverse. This district is also a great model of island life in the Seychelles, giving you an insider’s look at what it’s like to live in the Seychelles. Unwind with some Seychelles homebrew on one of the many Anse Royale beaches and enjoy the last day of the charter.

Praslin Island
This dreamlike island is home to a minute portion of the Seychellois population, making it a quiet and relaxing place to take in the beauty of our wondrous world. Some of the beaches in Praslin have made the list of the top 10 beaches in the world and Praslin is deserving of this achievement. If you desire a change of scenery from beaches, there is plenty else to explore on the island as it is comparatively undeveloped. Praslin island boasts a 18-round championship golf course for those who wish to enjoy a day of sports in the sun. The island also offers a range of hiking opportunities for view-seekers and adventurers. There’s nothing not to love about Praslin.

Anse Lazio, Praslin
Anse Lazio is one of the most exquisite and breathtaking beaches on Praslin Island. Spend some time swimming and snorkeling in the crystal-clear water, relax under the shade of a Takamaka tree or walk the pristine beach with its golden sand and large granite boulders. Ranked as the sixth best beach in the world by Tripadvisor in 2015, this is a must-see on any sailing trip.

Sundowners at the Honesty Bar at Anse Lazio
The Honesty Bar is set overlooking a small cove and is a great place to kick back after a day at the beach. What makes this bar so unique is; there are no employees on duty! You heard it right. No waiters or waitresses, no barman on duty…you simply help yourself, then pay for what you took. Now that is honesty.

Anse Petite Cour
Hidden in the north coast of Praslin, you will find a tiny beach that is almost surreal because of its enchanting beauty. This spot is wonderful for snorkeling. Typical marine life you can expect to see includes, but is not limited to, butterfly and surgeonfish. This magical mini-heaven will leave you charmed and wanting more.

Anse Volbert
Anse Volbert is by far the most popular beach on Praslin island, for good reason. This gorgeous beach offers a wide range of activities too – surfing, snorkelling, fishing and swimming are among the list of things to do. If you are not the sporty type, not to worry – you can enjoy a good book in the shade on the beach while sipping a coconut cocktail. If even this does not tickle your fancy, various shops are also available near the beachfront for you to browse and buy some souvenirs for your family at home. This beach will not fail to impress you.

La Digue Island
This island with the third highest population in the Seychelles is sought-after for good reason. With endless picturesque beaches, hills of tangled leafy greens and towering trees, untarnished by development, it’s no wonder this island is considered the most beautiful in the Seychelles. Here, you will truly be able to take a break from the hype of city living. The tranquility of La Digue will leave you fully rested and rejuvenated.
The preferred mode of transport by most of the La Digue inhabitants is the good old bicycle. Rent a bike and experience the island in all of its natural glory or opt for a horse ride through the ravishing landscape of the mountains.

To have the most memorable stay at La Digue, certain places are essential sights to see. The versatile and vibrant town leaves nothing to the imagination. Beaches like Grand Anse and Anse Source D’Argent should be part of your “must-see” list because of their perfection. Explore the miles and miles of white sandy beaches and virescent mountains.

Ste Anne Marine Park
Saint Anne Marine Park was created to preserve wildlife in 1973. The smell of cinnamon wafts through the air here because of the presence of cinnamon plants. The park also has an abundance of coconut palms, including Coco de Mer, the laugh-inducing coconut shaped like a bottom which is endemic to the Seychelles. You will be astounded by the diverse and beautiful ecosystem of Saint Anne Marine Park. Fall asleep to the soft sound of gentle waves, surrounded by luscious flora and fauna.

Tourists from all over the world visit Saint Anne each year to experience some of the best snorkelling opportunities available. Swim beside bottlenose dolphins, stingrays, green sea turtles and so much more. All motorised boats or jet skis as well as fishing or the removal of any corals or shells are strictly prohibited in the park in order to protect the marine life in the park.

Curieuese Island
This curious island, previously known as Ile Rouge because of its flaming-red soil, was not always as peaceful as it is today. In 1771, fires tore the island and its wildlife apart. However, this did help farmers cultivate the famous Coco de Mer, which can only be found in 2 places in the world – one of them being the Curieuse island. Later, this island became a leper colony which aided in preserving the Coco de Mer plant as well as many other vulnerable parts of their ecosystem. Zigzags of forests with meandering trails make the island a beautiful hiking destination.

Explore the island and Giant Tortoise Reserve
An abundance of enormous tortoises roam the Curieuese Island, captivating their foreign audience. Their majestic presence is most obvious in the colourful canopies where you can explore and discover a range of plants and wildlife. Take a walk among gigantic tortoises and breathe in the fresh ocean air in this serene island.

Cocos Islands
Cocos Islands is made up of 3 smaller islands – Ile la Fouche, Ilot Plate and Ile Cocos. The islands are well-maintained and popular for their natural aquarium, showing off colourful marine life and coral reefs through its crystal clear waters. Cocos Islands is incomparable to any other island in the world, especially for snorkelling fanatics.

Snorkeling at Cocos Islands
This is another incredible snorkeling spot. At the edge of the island, the water is especially clear, which makes it easy for you to witness some incredible marine animals and plants in their natural, untamed condition – these include sea turtles, spotted eagle rays, blue damselfish and acropora coral. For well-versed snorkelers and amateurs alike, St Anne Marine Park and Cocos Island are unmissable destinations.

Your luxury charter comes with an experienced skipper so there is no need for you to have any sailing experience.

Your charter is personalized to your specific needs, the itinerary here on the website is a guideline of popular destinations and attractions. We will work with you to tailor your charter to give you the most amazing Seychelles experience.

Our experienced chef assigned to your charter will freshly prepare the most delicious meals daily, based on your specific dietary requests. Once you have made your booking, we will send you menus to choose from; we can also personalize the menu to suite your specific needs.

All our yachts are modern, air conditioned, with hot and cold showers, as well as a flat screen TV and music system. All our catamarans are professionally and regularly maintained to ensure a safe and hassle-free sailing holiday.

You will need to pay a 50% deposit to confirm the booking and the balance is due 45 days prior to your arrival date.

Full board includes three meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner, afternoon tea snacks, coffee, mineral water, fruit juices and soft drinks). Alcohol is not included in the rate on the website, but we will source and quote you to ensure you have your favourite beers, wine, champagne or liquor for afternoon sundowners.

We can provisionally book a yacht for 48 hours if you are booking 8 weeks prior to your trip. There is a lot of demand for our yachts because our service is known to be the best on the Islands. Call us if with any concerns and we will help you with any queries you may have.

There are none, children are welcome.

The captain may decide to change the itinerary if there is bad weather.