Raffles Seychelles has a new highlight in store: Guests of the luxury resort can now explore the twelve-kilometre-long island of Praslin in a “Mini Moke”. The cult vehicle from England is a combination of Mini and off-road vehicle – without doors and without a roof, but as blue as the sky and as cool as the British.
Adventure-seekers not only get from A to B safely with the small but fine trendsetter on four wheels – the legendary vehicle is also easy to handle and, thanks to the small wheels, ideal for eventful sightseeing on hilly roads and dirt tracks or along hidden beaches between lush palm sharks and mountains overgrown with mango trees.
From the Coco de Mer to Anse Lazio
If you are determined to explore the most beautiful corners of the island, you can get the insider tips at Raffles Seychelles. The tour could then lead towards Cote d’Or, for example. Here, guests can browse in local shops and pick up souvenirs. Then it’s off to Vallée De Mai, which is not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site but also home to the Seychelles Coco de Mer palm tree. A short hike through the tropical vegetation is worthwhile here.
Back in the “Mini Moke”, the path leads along the coast past countless granite rocks. For a successful finish, guests stop at the famous Anse Lazio and enjoy the picturesque sunset on the beach. Raffles Seychelles consists of 86 villas, all with private pools. The Flexible Rate starts in June at EUR 800 per night with breakfast and at EUR 942 with half board (plus 15 percent taxes and fees).
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