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Praslin

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Blissfully beautiful

Lying northeast of Mahe, the second-largest island in The Seychelles falls somewhere between the relative hustle and bustle of Mahe and the sleepiness of La Digue. Praslin is a granite island, with a ridge of small mountains running through the centre, tangled velvet jungle, curving hills dropping to crystal-clear seas and gorgeous expanses of soft white sands fringed with swaying palms.

Why visit Praslin?

  • Beach-lovers paradise
  • Snorkelling and diving
  • World Heritage listed Vallee de Mai
  • Spectacular natural scenery
  • Easy access to other islands
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Coco de Mer Beach

Coco de Mer Hotel and Black Parrot Suites

From £113 pp
Silver

Superbly located on the quiet south west coast of Praslin, surrounded by the peace and tranquillity of a tropical forest

Hotel L'Archipel -  Aerial

Hotel L’Archipel

From £133 pp
Silver

Hotel L'Archipel nestle in a colourful hillside garden overlooking the lovely and secluded Anse Gouvernment Beach.

Constance Lemuria Resort - Aerial

Constance Lemuria Resort

From £199 pp
Platinum

Idyllically located on the peaceful Northwest coast of Praslin and nestled between two secluded coves

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The facts:

Getting there: From Mahe the Island of Praslin is reached by high speed catamaran which takes approximately 1 hour. Alternatively flights from Mahe take just 15 minutes.

Best time to travel: Generally the considered best times to visit are March/April or October/November as the weather is most settled. June to September, though usually dry, can be very windy.

Praslin climate:

Praslin Climate Chart