Combining the super-relaxed vibes of Praslin and La Digue alongside the livelier energy of Mahe, this multi-centre holiday is a great way to explore the Seychelles. No matter which island you’re on though, you’ll be treated to pristine beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters.

14 nights, From £1,840*

Price is a guide for this multi-centre holiday including all your flights, hotels and transfers.

*Prices are only to act as a guide


5 nights – Praslin
4nts – La Digue
5 nights – Mahe

✈️ UK to Praslin: Praslin is the second largest island in the Seychelles and offers an idyllic and serene atmosphere, perfect for relaxation and immersing yourself in the island’s lush landscapes and unique wildlife. The beaches here are as idyllic as you would expect, with swaying palm trees, soft white sands and crystalline waters. Explore the UNESCO world heritage site of Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, which is home to the iconic Coco de Mer palm trees, once believed to grow in the depths of the sea. The reserve is also home to several species of rare birds endemic to the Seychelles.

🚢 Praslin to Digue: You’ll hop on a scenic ferry ride from Praslin to La Digue for the next leg of your getaway. Time seems to slow down on this almost car-free island, where its super laid-back and relaxed pace allows you to really enjoy this stunning piece of paradise. One of the most popular ways for people to get around the island is by bike, which are readily available at most hotels. One of the island’s highlights is the iconic, picturesque beach of Anse Source d’Argent, famous for its unique granite boulders and tranquil turquoise waters. Other beautiful beaches include Anse Coco and Grand Anse.

🚢 La Digue to Mahe: After your peaceful few days on La Digue, you’ll take the ferry to Mahe, the largest island in the Seychelles. Mahe offers a more vibrant atmosphere with plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in the local culture. One of the most popular spots is Beau Vallon, boasting a beautiful beach, luxury resorts, restaurants and bars, and spectacular sunsets. For a more tranquil, laid-back beach experience, head to Anse Royale or Anse Intendance. Nature lovers will want to take a visit to the Morne Seychellois National Park, which covers about 20% of the island where you can take scenic trails and discover endemic plant species. Victoria, the capital of Mahe, offers colourful markets such as the Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market for you to pick up some unique souvenirs before you head home.

✈️ Mahe to UK: As your Seychelles getaway comes to close, you’ll fly back to the UK feeling fully refreshed and relaxed, having experienced the true beauty, nature and culture of this paradise archipelago.