Set sail and embark on this 13-day expedition cruise to discover the most beautiful islands of the Seychelles against a backdrop of turquoise waters and coconut lined shores.
4-26 Dec 2019
Departure/Arrival Port : Mahé, Seychelles
Leaving from Victoria, the archipelago’s capital, the first port of call will be Poivre Island, an idyllic coral atoll where sea turtles can be found swimming in the lagoon. One of many opportunities where you can dive or snorkel and marvel at the magical underwater life. Other spots along the cruise include Astove and at the heart of the sublime coral reef in the Alphonse lagoon.
Next stop is the highlight of the trip, the port of call at Aldabra, a gigantic coral atoll declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lined with mangrove and sandy beaches, this is the home to the largest colony of land turtles in the world. From here, Let the sea set you free to explore the far reaches of the Seychelles, the most remote and rarely visited islands like the Farquhar Atoll or the islands of St. Pierre and Marie Louise, renowned for their many colonies of birds such as noddies and angel terns.
Before returning to Mahé, the ship will chart a course for the coral island of Desroches and the sublime beaches of La Digue, some of the most beautiful of the Seychelles.