Marie Antoinette Restaurant
A great place to snap colonial architecture at its best. True to its French colonial heritage, the Marie Antoinette Restaurant is the home to the famous Creole heritage cuisine.
Pineapple House is in the heart of Victoria, this classic Creole architectural building is home to the famous Seychellois Artist George Camille. Experience an explosion of Creole colours and manifestation of Seychelles arts, creativity and imagination. A must see place in Victoria.
Bel Air Cemetery
Visit the resting place of the Legends of the Giants and Kings. Snap some of the old relics of settler cemetery and be enthralled by their stories.
Adventist Church, Domus, Anglican Church and Hindu Temple
Appreciate the belief systems of the Seychellois people. Experience the serenity of these idyllic places of worship. Be marvelled by their different forms and structures that define their architectures and history.
Sir Selwyn Clarke Market
Explore the hub of Seychelles life. Indulge in the colours, smells and sounds of Seychelles.Sir Selwyn Clarke Market is the place for shopping for all things Seychelles. Savour the best of Creole cuisine in Le Bistrot du Marche.
Release the art connoisseur in you, by stopping at Camion Hall, a showcase of arts &crafts and memoirs indigenous to Seychelles.
Built in 1903, this miniature ‘Big Band’ is the oldest historical and most popular feature in Seychelles. Testament of the colonial area and located in the centre of Victoria, be sure to have your cameras out to take the perfect picture.
Erected in 2014, a poetic depiction of the 1863 ‘flood’ engraved for posterity. Read the names of those who lost their lives and take a snap shot of the surrounding which includes the Taxi stand, the Freedom Square and be acquainted with the history of Victoria and its surrounding business districts.
National History Museum
Established in 1964, the Museum will host you to a variety of botanical, zoological and anthropological secrets of the Seychelles. It is a magical place that reveals that natural beauty of the islands from the time of its discovery to the present.
Cooperative Des Artisans
This cooperative hosts an array of local ‘hand-made’ products. Explore and enjoy artefacts of wood, fibre, shells and pottery works displaying the true Seychellois craftsmanship.
The Fiennes Esplanade & Kiosks
Enjoy a leisurely walk down colonial memory lane at the Fiennes Esplanade, a reclaimed portion of land inaugurated by Sir Eustace Edward Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (1864-1943) who was our governor from 1918 to 1922. Take a picture or find time to shop for last minute memorabilia or gifts for loved ones.
Opened in 1970, the People’s Stadium is a multi-sports arena. It plays hosts to entertainment and sporting events. Its car park is used by truck operators and commuters to Victoria. Here you will board the bus to the last place on our schedule:
Board our bus and be prepared to be charmed by the chirping songs of the birds that make these gardens their home. Leisurely walk across to the giant land tortoises and feast your eyes on the rare fruit bats of the Seychelles. Get up close and personal with the rare Coco de Mer trees that adorn these immaculate gardens. Botanical gardens are a treasure cove of Seychelles flora and faunas.
Operates: Monday to Saturday
Departs: 7am from Hotel
Returns: approx 1pm
– Adult TBA €
– Children TBA €
Note: Some places may be closed on certain days, we will visit another place for a similar experience.
- Pick up from Hotel
- Driver/Tour Guide
- Entrance fees
Upgrade Options: Creole Lunch optional at 25 Euro per head. Same price for children
What to Bring: Sun screen, Cameras
What to wear: Comfortable walk wears and shoes, light cotton clothes