The Seychelles, first discovered by Vasco de Gama in 1503, was later inhabited by the French and the British. They established the cinnamon, pepper, and coconut plantations. After this age of trade, in the late XXth century, Seychelles developed into a lost paradise in the modern world. Spread over the Indian Ocean, more than 100 diverse islands form the Seychelles archipelago.

Silhouette, the 3rd largest island, is one of the 43 Inner Islands close to Mahé and, as a handful of other smaller islands, remains a living museum of natural history. Be amongst the lucky few to experience one of its reserve islands and get back to the nature!

Mahé

  • Sleep at the Fisherman’s Cove, the first legendary and proudly Seychellois hotel – Beauvallon *****
  • Elegant and refined dinner at Botanica Restaurant – Beauvallon
  • Simple sleeping at Auberge d’Anse Boileau***, dining in creole style Chez Plume
  • Hike in the Morne Seychellois National Park
  • Relax at the Copolia Lodge *** and discover its trails and amazing views
  • Discover Ste Anne Marine Park

Praslin — La Digue

  • Sleep at Domaine de l’Orangeraie ****
  • Bike to Union Estate, swim at Anse Source d’Argent & lunchon the beachside at Lanbousir
  • Visit Unesco site Vallée de Mai
  • Sleep at Mango Lodge and enjoy the view of Curieuse & Praslin Côte d’Or **
  • Discover Anse Lazio and have lunch at Bonbon Plume
  • Visit the Chateau des Feuilles *****, the only Relais & Chateaux of the Seychelles
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