DISCOVER CURIEUSE ISLAND

Curieuse is one of the Inner Islands Group of the Seychelles Islands. It is 2.86 square kilometres in area and is located north-west of Praslin Island, which is the second largest island in the Seychelles. Curieuse is a bio-reserve that is managed by the Marine Parks Authority of the Seychelles Centre for Marine Technology. Discover…

Discover Madagascar Nosy & Islands on board of Galatea

Madagascar, one of the largest islands in the world, enjoys the presence of many nearby islands inviting to discovery. The most well-known island is Nosy Be, that has a very unique biodiversity, with about 100,000 varieties of endemic species! The less popular islands such as Nosy Boraha, Nosy Komba, Nosy Iranja or Nosy Kalajoro are…

La Digue

La Digue is the third most populated island of the Seychelles, and fifth largest by land area, lying east of Praslin and west of Felicite Island. In terms of size it is the fourth largest granitic island of Seychelles after Mahé, Praslin and Silhouette Island. It has a population of 2,800 people, who mostly live…

Le groupe d’Aldabra des Seychelles

Constitué de 4 atolls, Aldabra, Assomption, Cosmolédo et Astove, il s’agit d’îles des Seychelles qui se retrouvent perdus, , sauvages et inhabités au milieu de l’océan Indien à 400 km du Nord Ouest de Madagascar, 600 km à l’Est de l’Afrique et à 1120 Km 605 mn au Sud-Ouest du groupe granitique des Seychelles. En…

Amirantes Island Group

The Amirantes Group of islands is one of the most unpopulated areas of Seychelles. Although it consists of almost half the landmass of the Seychelles, it is home to less than 2% of the country’s population. This island paradise, located in the Outer Islands, consists of over 73 islands, each with their own character and…

Most Beautiful Places to Go Diving in the Seychelles

The best times to dive in Seychelles are typically April to May and October to November. This is when generally when you will find the calmest seas and winds. You’ll also get the best visibility on your dives at these times, with up to 30-metre visibility at many sites. L’ilot on Mahe This is a…

History of the Seychelles

When was the Seychelles discovered? The outer islands of the Seychelles were first discovered in 1501 by Portuguese explorer João de Nova, who discovered the Farquhar islands at this time. Vasco de Gama then discovered the Amirantes during his second trip to India, and the Seychelles was included on Portuguese maps for the first time…

Fishing in Seychelles

No visit to the Seychelles would be complete without venturing onto the sea at least once during your stay. The Indian Ocean, with its warm tropical waters, beckons visitors to explore neighbouring islands, swim and snorkel with colourful marine life and trawl the deep for Big Game. Get the most out of it on board…

Diving in Seychelles

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.   This western…