7-night Seychelles Yacht Charter
St. Anne Island is a 10 minute boat road from the island of Mahé in Seychelles off the coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. St. Anne was discovered in 1742 by Lazare Picault and established the first French settlement. St. Anne neighbors the following islands: Cerf, Round and Moyenne. The island is Seychelles' largest Marine National Park set amidst lush tropical gardens surrounded by white sandy beaches and glistening blue water.
Visitors can hike through St. Anne National Park, snorkel the reefs, swim with turtles and dolphins or island-hop the neighboring islands! It’s a luxury destination for everyone!
Curieuse is a small two-mile long island in Seychelles. The island is surrounded by turquoise waters an is home to the Coco-de-mer palm. Wildlife enthusiasts will be interested to know that as part of the Marine Park the island has a population of about 250 Giant Tortoises, brought over from Aldabra in the 1980s, and a breeding scheme has been in place there for several years.
Big Sister Island is locally known as Grande Soeur northeast of Praslin located off the coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. ‘The Sisters Islands’ is a group of two islands: Big Sister and Little Sister. The Sisters Islands neighbors the Félicité and Coco Island. Big Sister Island is surrounded by live coral and pristine blue waters.
Visitors are few in numbers making the local inhabitants such as the schools of fish and sea turtles, approachable. Visitors who arrive on this island can trek the tropical vegetation with a panoramic coastal scenery, snorkel the prolific marine life, and explore nature's haven.
The four tiny islands of the Ile Coco Marine National Park are among some of the most beautiful in the Indian Ocean. They are often shown on brochures depicting the stunning beauty of the Seychelles. Coco Islands brings you to waters that offer the best snorkeling in the area.
La Digue is a delightful island oozing with refreshing old world charm. Transportation by bicycles and ox-carts preserves peace and tranquility. For nature lovers, the gigantic granite boulders or the near extinct Black Paradise Flycatcher is reason enough to explore this fascinating island.
Cousin Island is a small granitic island southwest of Praslin located off the coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. What was once stripped from its native vegetation, Cousin Island is now a nature reserve since 1968. And since then, the island accommodates over 250,000 bird nests every year. The Seychelles Warbler has grown in large numbers on the island saving the species from extinction.
Guided tours are offered to visitors for day trips to this magnificent sanctuary.
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