Sailing NESI Catamaran around Seychelles Islands
DISCOVER SEYCHELLES A FLEXIBLE ITINERARY, TAILORED TO YOU.
NESI explores SEYCHELLES magic islands of incredible natural beauty, pristine beaches and vibrant marine ecosystem offering world-class fishing and scuba diving.
Mahe → Praslin → Félicité → Curieuse → La digue
Mahe → Silhouette → Bird island → Denis island
Mahe → Platte island
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Seven days tailor made itineraries.
With six marine national parks among its picturesque islands, the Seychelles are a year-round paradise for scuba divers and snorkellers alike. Swim among whale sharks and hawksbill turtles, or snorkel through a kaleidoscope of colourful corals and tropical fish. At the popular Shark Bank diving spot, dive among stingrays and puffer fish.
Take to the waves
The Seychelles are just as beautiful above water as beneath the surface. Make the most of the views with your choice of water sports, such as parasailing, waterskiing, kayaking and exploring Beau Vallon bay by jet ski.
Of the more than 100 islands in the Seychelles, there’s bound to be one that’s perfect for you. The island of Mahé, the commercial heart of the archipelago, is home to the capital city of Victoria as well as lush forests, mountainous peaks and more than 60 beaches. Explore the spectacular granite rock formations and stunning natural flora and fauna—including some of the world’s rarest birds—on La Digue, where bicycles and ox carts are the preferred modes of transport. Praslin is home to the Lemuria Championship Golf Course, the only 18-hole championship golf course in the Seychelles. Venture farther by chartering a yacht, catamaran or clipper: Spend a few days sailing around the Outer Islands to explore coral atolls and sand cays.
Seychellois cuisine deliciously blends African, Chinese, English, French and Indian flavours with rich Creole influences. Sample classic dishes like spicy grilled octopus in a sauce of chilli, ginger and garlic; fish baked in banana leaves; and thick seafood curries. Finish with dessert made from tropical fruits such as jackfruit or bananas.
History of tea
A drive along the Sans Souci mountain pass will bring you to Mission Lodge, a panoramic viewpoint where Queen Elizabeth II once took tea. Farther along the road is Tea Factory, a plantation along the slopes of Morne Blanc. Take guided tours of the tea production process, which has been going on here since 1966; sample organic brews; and purchase your choice of tea infusions from the thatched tavern.
Held annually in Victoria, the vibrant Carnaval International de Victoria brings together performers from around the globe for three days of cultural dances, processions and parades. In October, celebrate the flavours, sounds and smells of the Creole world at Festival Kreol, the largest and most important event in the Seychelles.
For art lovers
You can visit the studios of local artists such as Michael Adams, Gerard Devoud, Tom Bowers and Andrew Gee. The Kenwyn House, in Victoria, showcases an impressive collection of local artwork, as well as locally crafted fine jewellery, all available for purchase.
Back to Eden
Located off Mahé’s northeastern coast, Eden Island is an exclusive development and luxury marina. Shop for souvenirs after a leisurely seafood lunch, sip cocktails while watching yachts sail through the harbour or experience a taste of island nightlife on a bustling Friday evening.