Mahe & Silhouette Island

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Travel 01 Mar 2019 - 16 Oct 2019
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  • 4 nts Doubletree by Hilton Seychelles - Allamanda Resort and Spa, Mahe - King deluxe ocean view room - Breakfast
  • 4 nts Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa, Silhouette Island - King garden villa - Breakfast
  • 3 nts Hilton Northolme Resort & Spa, Mahe - King hillside villa - Breakfast
  • Flights to Mahe via Dubai with Emirates, accommodation throughout, private road and shared boat transfers and prepayable taxes. A Supplement of £25 per person for travel on Fri-Sun for both directions.
  • This holiday is ATOL protected 2713
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4 nts Doubletree by Hilton Seychelles - Allamanda Resort and Spa, Mahe

King deluxe ocean view room - Breakfast

This charming resort lies in the south of Mahé and is bordered by a superb beach, a beautiful lagoon and complimented by the surrounding mountains and lush tropical foliage.

4 nts Hilton Seychelles Labriz Resort & Spa, Silhouette Island

King garden villa - Breakfast

Nestled between pristine shoreline and dense tropical forest, Hilton Seychelles Labriz is a luxury Seychelles resort on Silhouette Island.

3 nts Hilton Northolme Resort & Spa, Mahe

King hillside villa - Breakfast

Your Creole getaway awaits at this hidden treasure - also an inspiration to James Bond creator Ian Fleming. Surrounded by white-sand beaches, tropical gardens and crystal waters, the Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa is a true escape.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Flights to Mahe via Dubai with Emirates, accommodation throughout, private road and shared boat transfers and prepayable taxes. A Supplement of £25 per person for travel on Fri-Sun for both directions.


4 nts Doubletree by Hilton Seychelles - Allamanda Resort and Spa, Mahe

King deluxe ocean view room - Breakfast

Mahe may be the largest and most densely populated island in The Seychelles, but at only 17 miles long and 5 miles wide it is delightfully compact and easily explorable. The joy of Mahe is the variety it offers: glorious coastal scenery ranging from wild granite cliffs to tranquil palm-fringed bays, while inland are high hills and remote rainforest and throughout the island are small towns and a unique Creole culture.

There are over 60 wonderful beaches and coves fringing the island, ranging from sweeping bays of white sand to hidden corners to find for your own Robinson Crusoe experience.

On the stunningly beautiful northwest coast is popular Beau Vallon, which may be more developed than other areas but is still low key with a gorgeous beach spread across a huge bay along with calm, gentle waters. Beau Vallon also has a good range of restaurants so you aren't limited to those in your hotel, however good they may be! It's also a good base for exploring Victoria and for access to the harbour for boats to Praslin and La Digue.

On the west coast is Port Launay Marine National Park, which has a horseshoe-shaped beach of white sands and calm, relatively deep waters forming a natural harbour. As a protected marine reserve the snorkelling is fantastic here and with a glorious backdrop of jungle clad mountains and high granite hills covered in forest, you'll feel surrounded by nature.

For beach hopping and seclusion it's hard to beat the south of the island. Here you'll find small settlements interspersed with forest and winding coastal roads leading to spectacular beaches, such as Anse Forbans, a huge bay naturally divided into three smaller beaches by boulders. The waters are shallow and calm with a natural lagoon formed by a reef some way off the shore. Other beaches close by include Anse Royal, Soleil, Intendance and Takamaka.

Mahe's tiny capital, Victoria, is a bustling centre whose streets are lined with endemic palms and a mix of Creole-style houses, Indian shops and British relics. There's a vibrant market, manicured botanical gardens and modern shopping plazas.


Lying just over 12 miles off Mahe's western coast, Silhouette Island is the third largest in the Seychelles archipelago, yet despite its proximity to the main island, Silhouette is the most undeveloped and most remote of the Seychelles' inhabited islands.

Numerous mountain peaks dominate the seascape and their densely vegetated and forested slopes give way to spectacular beaches whose powdery white sands are dotted with huge granite boulders. Encircled by coral reefs, Silhouette is also a Marine National Park with an extravaganza of marine life including barracudas, rays, lionfish, hawksbill turtles, white-tip sharks and parrotfish, making it ideal for snorkelling as well as diving.

The interior of the island is also a national park, with some of the richest biodiversity in the entire Indian ocean. The island has no roads running across the island so hiking the many attractive walking trails that wind through the primeval forest is the only way to explore. Hundreds of endemic birds, reptiles, plants and trees call the island home, including many rare hardwoods, exotic orchids, incense trees and carnivorous pitcher plants.

3 nts Hilton Northolme Resort & Spa, Mahe

King hillside villa - Breakfast

Mahe may be the largest and most densely populated island in The Seychelles, but at only 17 miles long and 5 miles wide it is delightfully compact and easily explorable. The joy of Mahe is the variety it offers: glorious coastal scenery ranging from wild granite cliffs to tranquil palm-fringed bays, while inland are high hills and remote rainforest and throughout the island are small towns and a unique Creole culture.

There are over 60 wonderful beaches and coves fringing the island, ranging from sweeping bays of white sand to hidden corners to find for your own Robinson Crusoe experience.

On the stunningly beautiful northwest coast is popular Beau Vallon, which may be more developed than other areas but is still low key with a gorgeous beach spread across a huge bay along with calm, gentle waters. Beau Vallon also has a good range of restaurants so you aren't limited to those in your hotel, however good they may be! It's also a good base for exploring Victoria and for access to the harbour for boats to Praslin and La Digue.

On the west coast is Port Launay Marine National Park, which has a horseshoe-shaped beach of white sands and calm, relatively deep waters forming a natural harbour. As a protected marine reserve the snorkelling is fantastic here and with a glorious backdrop of jungle clad mountains and high granite hills covered in forest, you'll feel surrounded by nature.

For beach hopping and seclusion it's hard to beat the south of the island. Here you'll find small settlements interspersed with forest and winding coastal roads leading to spectacular beaches, such as Anse Forbans, a huge bay naturally divided into three smaller beaches by boulders. The waters are shallow and calm with a natural lagoon formed by a reef some way off the shore. Other beaches close by include Anse Royal, Soleil, Intendance and Takamaka.

Mahe's tiny capital, Victoria, is a bustling centre whose streets are lined with endemic palms and a mix of Creole-style houses, Indian shops and British relics. There's a vibrant market, manicured botanical gardens and modern shopping plazas.

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