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If adventure and adrenaline is what you’re after, venture further and immerse yourself in great variety of motorized and non-motorized Watersports which you can book in our lobby.  There is a wide selection of activities including jet-ski, kayaking, water skiing, banana ride, knee boarding or get your feet in the air while parasailing to get a better view of the bay.


Nothing compare to discovering the beauty of the underworld of the sea with some snorkeling.  The Reef Safari is a full day jam-packed excursion with activities and adventure. Sail the seas, snorkel beneath the waves to another world and taste Creole cuisine.

Baie Ternay Marine Park, Port Launay, Sunset Beach, Anse major, Anse Soleil, Anse Royal, Anse Takamaka are just a few spots to explore.

Deep Sea Diving

Seychelles offers diverse and impressive diving opportunities.  The inner islands have prolific marine life and excellent diving facilities available to access a multitude of dive sites.  The Seychelles archipelago offers some of the best diving in the Indian Ocean. The Islands sit 480 kilometers off the coast of Africa with 115 islands spanning a distance of over 1,100 kilometers. Located just 4 to 10 degrees south of the equator, the country has warm water and air temperatures year round.  The three inner islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue are called the main islands and this is where the vast majority of the tourism and Scuba diving industry is located.

Game Fishing

Game fishing is also possible around the inner islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue.

A definite must to discover Seychelles is to explore the island on a day trip to the beautiful beaches, Market Street market, the Botanical Gardens, which is located in Mont Fleuri. It dates back more than a century and is home to a wide collection of mature, exotic and endemic plants within acres of landscaped and beautifully maintained tropical gardens as well as a population of giant tortoises from Aldabra, some of which are over 150 years old or just stroll through the Museums, Galleries and Cathedrals.

Day Trips

A day trip to Victoria will take you to see the breathtaking Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple, then on to browse through the Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market where there is daily fresh food and produce to enjoy along with making sure to get that special memorabilia made locally here in the Seychelles.  After a stroll through the pretty streets, seeing “Little Big Ben”  and  The National Museum there are a variety of Restaurants to choose from to end a perfect day before heading back to the resort.

Semi Sub

The Semi Sub is just one of a whole lot of great activities to do in the Seychelles.

Hop aboard and join the Semi-Submarine as they cruise along the most spectacular underwater reefs in Seychelles.

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Beach Walk

Or just enjoy your day with a walk through the beautiful Beau Vallon Beach right in your own backyard.

Our team is ever ready to assist you with your request – nothing is too big or small for us.

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Market St

Built in 1840 and renovated in 1999, it remains the bustling heart of the capital and the best place to buy fresh fruits, fish, vegetables and spices.


 4.3 km 11 min drive

Botanical Gardens

 The Victoria Botanical Gardens 1901 The main objective of the gardens is to contribute towards the national efforts in environmental education, plant conservation, landscape management, passive recreation and eco-tourism.


5.9km – 14 min drive

Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple

The Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple is the only Hindu temple in the Seychelles. Built in 1992, the temple was named after Lord Vinayagar, the Hindu god of safety and prosperity.


4.2km – 9min drive

Cathedral of our Lady of Immaculate Conception

One of the first in the Seychelles and the Mother Church of the Catholic Diocese, it was constructed in March 1851 and was devoted to the Virgin of Immaculate Conception.


4.4km – 10min drive

National Museum of History

The National Museum of History was established in 1964.
The museum is charged with the acquisition, preservation and exhibition of historical artefacts for the public benefit including one of the oldest maps dated 1517.


5.8km – 13 min drive

Island Hopping for a day

“Paradise on Earth” and “Garden of Eden”, these are just some of the names associated with the magical island paradise that is The Seychelles. With each island having its own unique identity and special character, no visit to the Seychelles would be complete without experiencing more than just one island.