Eden Island to Mahe. Lush tropical forests and a pristine and vibrant marine ecosystem offering superb water and land based activities.


Explore this Exotic World

Revel in the paradisiac beaches of the Seychelles. Discover its breathtaking scenery, culinary delights and rare wildlife.

Eden Island


Fly into Victoria, Eden Island Marina is a great location to embark. Captain will be waiting to greet you at the airport and accompany you to the yacht. Once everyone is settled on board, depart to Praslin Island.

Praslin Island


Home to the unique Coco de Mer tree, which can be found in its World Heritage National Park, the island of Praslin is pure escapism.
Visit to the Vallee de Mai, a valley under UNESCO protection. A walk in the Vallee is enchanting. The path wanders in the near obscurity created by the enormous palm leaves of “Cocos de mer”. The trunks are 40 m high and sway gently in the breeze, making a strange rustling sound as they rub against each other.

Curieuse Island


In the afternoon depart to Curieuse Island. This island is part of the Marine National Park and is practically uninhabited, apart from about 300 giant land tortoise which have been given a new home on the island as part of a tortoise rearing project.
Excellent spot for snorkelling with magnificent underwater scenery.

La Digue Island


Morning depart for La Digue. Rent a bike at La Digue and visit this quiet and beautiful island. With its tracks winding under tall palm trees, houses with roofs of palm leaves, small coprah factories, fine white sandy beaches and large polished rocks, La Digue might be the most beautiful island in the Seychelles. No cars, only bicycles or carts drawn by oxen.

The Sister Island


Visit of Sister Islands. Since 1968, the island has been a nature reserve and bird sanctuary with rare species and some giant tortoises.
Lunch on board.

Denis Island


Denis Island is a wonderful place to relax. The island is surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches which shelve gently into the sea. If you would like to be active then Denis has a wide variety of activities. The lodge has a good dive centre and you can arrange to go on dive or if you prefer – fishing.

Bird Island


Morning departure towards Birds Island.
Swimming and snorkelling off Bird Island is magical. Totally surrounded by the softest of white powdery sands, the island is home to at least twenty different species of birds, including millions of sooty terns nesting between May and October.

Silhouette Island


Morning cruise to Silhouette. Hills covered by tropical trees are reminiscent of Mahe, coconut trees at the beach side evoke Praslin and its incomparable beaches with its granite rock formations give the impression of being in La Digue. A trail through the lush vegetation reveals the beautiful and exceptional tropical forest.



By far the largest and most developed of the Seychelles islands, Mahé is home to the country's capital, Victoria, and to about 90% of the Seychelles' population. You can explore it in a pleasant two-hour stroll. Highlights include a silver-painted replica of London's Little Ben - itself a miniature of Big Ben - and the islands' Natural History Museum.
Explore the island or just relax before a long cruise to Desroches Island.

Desroches Island


Wake up in Desroches Island and spend the day here. Considered to be one of the last true paradises on Earth, Desroches Island is blessed with a prolific abundance of marine life and exquisite coral reefs and is committed to protecting the unique fauna and flora of the area with ongoing research, rehabilitation and monitoring programs, focusing especially on nesting sea turtles, giant tortoises, sensitive marine habitats and forest rehabilitation. Desroches offers exclusive access to Poivre and is ideally located in close proximity. These atolls are recognised as some of the most pristine and untouched islands in the world and are blessed with an exceptional array of pelagic and reef fish species. This undisturbed paradise offers fantastic, onshore fly-fishing opportunities for catching Bonefish and Permit.

Poivre Island


Often called ‘the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean’, Poivre Atoll is situated right in the heart of the Seychelles and is one of the few coral atolls in the world. Famous for its attractive semi-lagoon, it’s another natural paradise – truly spectacular.
One of the best jigging spots for Dogtooth Tuna in the Amirante chain is found 3 nautical miles from Poivre at a spot appropriately called “Kennels”. The current record is a beast of approximately 75 kilograms!

Alphonse Island


The Alphonse group of atolls are considered as one of the most pristine, untouched edens of the world, making it a nature lover’s paradise. The warm, shallow waters of the lagoon are home to a myriad of colourful fish and fascinating sea life while the depths of the ocean open up a whole new world of underwater fauna and untouched corals.

Marie Louise Island


Early morning sail to Marie Louise Island.
Beach and fishing all day on the small sandy island.
Overnight sail to Mahe.

Mahé Island


Wake up in Mahe. From idyllic sandy coves surrounded by granitic rocks, to lush mountainous tropical rainforests and colourful coral reefs, the rich colonial charm of this island can be found everywhere you look.
A visit to Mahe is nothing without a trip to the beach and with over 60 to choose from you’re truly spoilt for choice. A popular choice is Beau Vallon Bay, on the north-western side of the island, here you’ll find a designated anchorage area which benefits from a beautiful panoramic view of the bay. With gorgeous white sands and deep sea it’s perfect for a spot of swimming or snorkelling.



Enjoy your final morning at anchor swimming, relaxing or fishing. Late morning sail to Mahe ready to disembark.