Since the Treaty of Paris in 1814, Seychelles became a British Colony until formally reaching independence in June 1976
Seychelles' granitic islands are considered the oldest and hardest granite in the world. The majority of the islands are uninhabited with many dedicated as nature reserves
Although some of the fruits available will be familiar to you, there exists an exotic tropical array of products that we invite you to discover for both their taste and texture
Seychelles remains a melting pot of cultures and the 'Carnaval International de Victoria' showcases the harmony and diversity that is a model for the World
Inter-Island Boats Limited and its flotilla of high-speed Cat Cocos catamarans – Isle of La Digue, Isle of Praslin and Isle of Mahe – is island hopping at its finest.
The Coco de Mer Class is a fully air-conditioned cabin with a tropical flair equipped with its own plasma screens for our client’s entertainment and information.
A fully fledged snack bar and a gift shop are also available as you cruise between the islands in the comfort of your seat.
The Island Hopper Class is not only the occasion to enjoy the sunshine but also relax in the open air and enjoy panoramic views of Seychelles. Complete with tables and cosy bar stools, a bar is open to you throughout the crossing serving refreshments and tasty snacks.
Passengers can expect to be welcomed on board via a private entrance once they booked Inter-Island’s own Business Class, The Lazio Lounge. The all-inclusive services include welcome drinks, cold towels, a trolley service of newspapers and magazines as well as a personalised service for breakfast or afternoon tea. A superior luggage service is also available for your consideration.