The Seychelles has become synonymous with the most relaxing holiday, romantic honeymooners and sparkling beaches .The attraction of holidaying in the Seychelles lies in its pristine unspoiled beauty with the beautiful coral reefs visible through the crystal clear water, therefore making boating activities topping the list of popular activities.
At Lala’s Boat Charter we have carefully selected a combination of well thought out tours and excursions for a unique experience with your family and friends.
-Cousin - Curieuse – St Pierre - -Sisters -Coco - Felicite - Aride - La Digue.
Explore the pristine waters around Praslin on board your very own charter boat. Get on board Lala and cruise to the bays and islands of your choosing.
Our private charter has no schedule or agenda .It’s your canvas to design your masterpiece of wonder .Customize your itinerary with your skipper so that you can spend the day as you wish ,swim snorkel , sunbathe and island hop in style.
-Cousin - Curieuse - St Pierre - Sisters-Coco - Felicite - Aride - La Digue - Cousin
One of the eco friendliest places on the planet Cousin island is a must see for any Seychelles visitor .Located just one mile off Praslin island this place has lush mangroves, dense forests, fresh water swamps , a rocky coast line and beautiful sandy beaches ,Cousin island become the first sea and island reserve in the Indian Ocean .Thanks to its planning and funding from eco tourism Cousin island is now a safe refuge for countless birds and a real birds watcher ‘s paradise .It is also a nesting site for the hawksbill turtles .Experience guides will share all the secrets of this magical island with you.
Located few hundreds meters from Praslin, is Curieuse island home to the wild giant tortoise .After a fifteen minutes hop you will arrive at Baie Laraire and in the clear water there you may even be able to spot some parrot fish. Alternatively your boat may arrive at the south of the island at Anse Josee.
From 1833 until the 20th century Curieuse was home to a quarantine station for lepers .Today the doctors house a French colonial building houses a small museum and visitors centre.
From the outstanding granite rock beaches, freely roaming giant tortoises, to unspoiled mangroves forest, Curieuse the island where a unique ecosystem awaits.
SAINT PIERRE ISLAND
The unique perspective of the colorful life beneath the surface.
This tiny island epitomizes the Seychelles perfectly. In addition to countless colorful reef fish, you will most likely to see sea turtles here , while high above the island , white tailed tropical birds fly around surveying the sea.
The Seychelles sister island.
The big sisters of the two located north of La Digue is great for swimming and snorkeling. The photogenic of the scenery of the island is considered among the most beautiful in the Seychelles , formed of white sand , crystal clear water , lush palm trees and red granite rocks .
Petite soeur has a very rocky coastline, like Grande soeur there are walking paths here so hiking is an especially rewarding way of exploring the beautiful landscape and enjoying the beautiful views.
A living aquarium with colorful marine life.
Located 1 KM north of Felicite is the picture perfect Ile coco .This small granite island with picturesque palm is under state environment protection .Around the large coral reefs snorkelers can see eels , lots of fish , sea turtles and lots more.
Ocean Pearl off the cost of La Digue
This forested island is located just 4 KM from the northern coast of La Digue .About 3 KM long and 1.3 KM across the island reaches a maximum elevation of 277 meters .The waters to the south of Marianne is considered an outstanding location for diving.
A visit to Aride is an important part of the itinerary for any visitors to Seychelles .A place where you can discover what the islands were like 200 years ago before human settlement .
Aride host one of the most significant seabird population in the Indian Ocean, with more breeding species than any other island in Seychelles , eighteen native birds including five found in Seychelles breed on Aride.
LA DIGUE ISLAND
La Digue is the third largest inhabited island of the Seychelles in term of population .It has a population of 2800 people who mostly live in the west coast village of La Passe (linked by ferry to Praslin and Mahe).
Whether you prefer the long sweeping arcs of pristine white sand or the beautiful Anse Source D’argent which is framed by massive granite boulders , these beautiful beaches will surely take your breath away.
One of the most charming element of this island is the preferred means of transport ( for both locals and visitors alike) this is the bicycle, however there are a handful of taxis on the island.