This twin-centre Seychelles holiday offers the perfect introduction to the breath-taking archipelago.  Spend 5 nights on the stunning Praslin Island, where you’ll discover soft white sands, and the iconic Coco de Mer palms. Then take a short flight to Mahe for another 5 nights, where you can explore spectacular beaches, vibrant markets, and lush landscapes.

10 nights, From £1,685*

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
5 nights – Mahe

✈️ UK to Praslin (5 nights): Praslin is the second largest island in this tropical paradise and famed for its indigenous forests of Coco de Mer palms and stunning beaches, such as Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette. The best way to see the ancient Coco de Mer palms is to visit the UNESCO-listed Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, where you can also spot rare bird species such as the endemic black parrot. The crystal-clear waters around the island are perfect for exploring the colourful underwater life, whether you’re snorkelling or diving.

✈️ Praslin to Mahe (5 nights): Bid farewell to Praslin as you take a short internal flight to Mahe, the main island of Seychelles. Mahe offers a slightly livelier pace to Praslin, boasting pristine beaches such as the popular Beau Vallon and Anse Intendance, and the Seychelles’ bustling capital, Victoria. For a taste of the local culture, head to the colourful markets and sample the delicious local Creole cuisine. Morne Seychellois National Park is a magnificent natural reserve located on the island, covering over 20% of Mahe’s total land area. It boasts lush tropical forests, mountain slopes, and cascading waterfalls. For those up for a challenge, hike to the top of the Morne Seychellois mountain, where you’ll be greeted with sensational views. The park is also home to a large number of fascinating endemic plant species such as the Jellyfish Tree and the insect-eating pitcher plant.

✈️ Mahe to UK: Your Seychelles twin-centre will come to an end board your flight back home to the UK, waving goodbye to its pristine shores as you leave the runway.