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Full Day Reef Safari- Round Special
Minimum number :16
This full day excursion offers you an exclusive opportunity to visit Round Island, the most famous of the several islands within the waters of St Anne Marine National Park. In this protected area, which lies only a short boat ride from Seychelles capital, Victoria, you will be introduced to a variety of the Parks sensational sea life through the windows of the semi-submarine vessel.

The guide will bring something to feed the fish for breakfast, so you too can join the fun of hand feeding them. Snorkelling equipment on board the boat will allow you to explore the fascinating kaleidoscope of the underwater world.

Round Island, heavy with rich vegetation, has an area of approximately 2 hectares and can easily be explored on foot in under 15 minutes. For several years until 1942, the island was used to quarantine female lepers and the islands small chapel is now the Restaurant Chez Gabby. Round Island has a worldwide reputation for its tuna steak, marinated in the owner’s secret sauces before being cooked on an open grill. Lunch, a mouth watering buffet prepared in traditional Seychelles style, is served in the shade of ‘Flamboyant’ and tamarind trees. After lunch, time is allocated for swimming, snorkelling or simply relaxing on the beach before returning to Mahé.

Mahé Discovery Tour – Full Day Coach Tour of Mahé
Minimum number :10
This excursions offers you the chance to see all the highlights of Mahé in one day. Enjoy the hustle and bustle of Victoria and its unique market, stop for refreshments at the tea plantation on the slope of Morne Blanc, indulge in the intimacy of some of Mahés most beautiful beaches. Time permitting, there’s a stop at the Botanical Garden, Craft Village and the Modal Boat Building Factory (Price includes all transfers & lunch at a well selected Creole restaurant).
Praslin/La Digue- Full Day Boat Excursion to Praslin and La Digue
Minimum number :10
Praslin, the second largest island in Seychelles lies approximately 1½ hours by boat or 15 minutes by air from Mahé. You will be able to visit the Vallee de Mai, an extraordinary primeval forest which is home to some 7,000 Coco de Mer palms, plus one of the rarest birds in the world , the Black Parrott. There are some spectacular formations of granite boulders to be found on La Digue. You will also be able to visit the copra factory at L’Union , the old vanilla and cinnamon plantation. Lunch is served at a typical Creole restaurant. Time will also be allocated for swimming on either Praslin or La Digue. Excursions are strongly recommended by our fast cruiser ‘Le Cerf’, or you can fly to Praslin on Air Seychelles and take the boat on to La Digue. (Price includes all transfers and lunch)