If you are the kind of traveler to traverse the less explored, then we’ve got the perfect vacation for you. Spend 3 nights in the Seychelles and discover a private island sanctuary fringed by untouched beaches and turquoise clear waters. An island where nature reigns and we are but visitors. Learn about the amazing history of the Giant Land Tortoises. Snorkel with the remarkable marine life in the surrounding waters & discover the many species of birds that call Bird Island home.
Experience authentic island living in this private nature reserve and bird sanctuary where simplicity is the key.

A Bird lover’s paradise

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION

Mahe International Airport

DEPARTURE TIME
Please arrive at least 2 1/2 hours before the flight.

INCLUDED
All airport transfers on private basis
 1 night accommodation on Mahe in Avani Seychelles Barbarons in Beach Access Rooms 
Mahe – Bird Island – Mahe airfare
3 nights accommodation on Bird Island in Bird Island Lodge in Standard Bungalows on full board basis
All taxes
Standard ground handling fees
Overseas Medical Insurance

 

NOT INCLUDED
Main sector airfare
Guide and driver gratuity
Meals and Beverages if not mentioned
Expenses of a personal nature

1

Day 1

Mahe 
Day at Leisure 

  • Arrive at Mahe airport, meet with our representative and transfer to your accommodation.
  • Mahe is the largest and the most populated island on the Seychelles with over 60 beautiful beaches, a densely forested interior and small towns with a unique Creole culture making it an ideal place to go exploring.
  • Spend the evening at the buzzing beach of Beau Vallon (approximately 30 minutes from your hotel) or by the pier on Eden Island.
  • Dinner and overnight in Mahe.
2

Day 2

Bird Island 

Day at Leisure

  • Breakfast at the hotel and check out, transfer to the airport to catch your flight to Bird Island.
  • Bird Island is a true masterpiece of nature, right at the edge of where the Seychelles bank drops to depths of more than 1500 meters. The island is home to a fantastic array of birds which may be watched and photographed from arm’s length! Sea turtles lay their eggs on the white powdery beaches and the world’s oldest land turtle.
  • Dinner and overnight on Bird Island

3

Day 3

Bird Island 

Day at Leisure 

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Embark on a guided Nature Walk,starting just after breakfast, you can learn all about the flora and fauna, the nesting and courting habits of the birds, the Hawksbill turtles that visit between October and February and the thousands of hatchlings that race for the sea from December to May.
  • Dinner and overnight on Bird
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Day 4

Bird Island 

Day at Leisure 

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Spend your day Dolphin & Whale Watching, during the calmer months of October to November, whales migrate past Bird Island and during this time the lucky few may be privileged enough to see Southern Right whales, Humpbacks and Short-finned Pilot whales. On occasion and with a bit of luck, guests can also observe the pods of dolphins that swim in our waters. Seeing these amazing sea mammals is a once in a lifetime experience, and gives you an understanding of just how remote you are in this massive ocean!
  • If you’re a water baby don’t miss the perfect opportunity to borrow some gear and jump into the water
  • Dinner and overnight on Bird Island
5

Day 5

Bird Island
Departure

  • Breakfast at the hotel and check out.
  • Catch your flight back to Mahe to travel back home!
The amazing view from the sky of Bird Island resort. The small pearl like island surrounded by the blue waters
The view from the spas at the Four Seasons in Mahe seychelles, the bay stretched out in the distance, the blue sea and the green trees
The aldabra turtles native to the Seychelles in their pen's in the shade on a sunny day
A hammock on a beach in the seychelles, light streaming through on a sunny day and trees giving shade
A graphical map of Bird island telling you where the rooms, etc are on the island and the runway
The interior view of the rooms at bird island lodge.
A swarm of birds, something that gives bird island it's name and distinct features

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