Mondays / Thursdays
All year round
Activities / Enchanted Walk in the Vallee de Mai
Leave the world behind and enter with us the mysterious realm of Vallee de Mai, the legendary valley where General Gordon of Khartoum became convinced was the original site of the biblical Garden of Eden. Stroll along the winding footpaths of a place so special it has been made a UNESCO World Heritage Site, beneath the shade of ancient, towering palms bearing the most extraordinary fruit of all: the famous Coco de Mer, a double lobed coconut and the world’s heaviest seed in the perfect shape of a woman’s pelvis.
Listen for the call of one of the world’s rarest birds, the Seychelles Black Parrot as you wander the valley and your guide will introduce you to it’s spectacular treasures which includes one of the planet’s tiniest frogs, stick insects, chameleons and six species of endemic palm. Leaving the spell binding wonders of the valley behind, we will take you to one of the most famous beaches on Earth, where ancient granite boulders stand jealous guard over a beach of bewitching beauty, lapped by crystal turquoise waters. . . a fitting close to an unforgettable experience of Seychelles twin masterpieces.
NB: Recommended for all age groups but not for the disabled.
Transfer to & from the hotel
NB: Itinerary is subject to change without prior notice for circumstances beyond the control of Creole Travel Services.
NB: Recommended for all age groups except for the physically challenged and parents with infants.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site