Seychelles is an archipelagic island country in the Indian Ocean at the eastern end of the Somali sea. The Islands of Mahe and Praslin are extremely popular amongst tourists. Despite the global epidemic of Coronavirus, Vallee de Mai in Seychelles re-opens itself to tourists as a beautiful and beloved holiday site to enjoy all year round.
Our list of favourite attractions to enjoy in Seychelles – all accessible by car – include Eden Island, the Takamaka Distillery in Mahe, Praslin’s Fond Ferdinand National Park, and Anse Lazio Beach. Booking a holiday in Seychelles is an exciting and thrilling experience. You can make it even easier by booking a car rental to get you to all your favourite sites during your stay. At Kreol Services, we offer Mahe and Praslin car rentals that are reliable, well-maintained, and of the best quality. We will also deliver your rental to the airport, hotel, or jetty of your choosing, making your holiday that much more stress free.
Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve is a beautiful nature park and UNESCO World Heritage Site on the island of Praslin. It consists of a well-preserved palm forest made up of the island endemic coco de mer. Also unique to the park is its wildlife, including birds, mammals, crustaceans, snails, and reptiles. The Reserve is a favourite holiday destination of the Praslin Island. The Reserve recently reopened to all visitors after closing for three months due to Covid-19.
You might be wondering about the steps needed to visit the island. All you will need is to show proof of a complete dose of the vaccine with a two week span from the last vaccine. A negative PCR test taken less than 72hours prior to travel will also be required. From here, you will have the freedom to enjoy your holiday as usual. You will have to make a booking for Vallee de Mai, so when you do, don’t forget to hire a vehicle in Praslin for easy and affordable travelling.
Tourists are once again able to enjoy this beautiful destination. Seychelles has taken many Covid precautions to welcome visitors back to the island to enjoy a pleasurable and safe holiday. Operating according to Covid precautions, physical distancing and hand hygiene facilities are in place. Visitors are also required to wear a face mask at all times. With just a little bit of extra documents to carry and preparation to be made, visitors will be able to resume a joyful and memorable stay at the picturesque destination.