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Coco, Sister, Felicite Sightseeing Tour

Coco, Sister, Felicite Sightseeing Tour Packages
Country: Seychelles
City: Praslin Island
Duration: 8 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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Full Day Coco/Sister/Felicite

Discover the raw beauty of these two island gems on our excursion into their sparkling domain, as we depart from Cote D’Or, Praslin Island, famous for sublime snorkeling before taking you on to stunning underwater sites of neighbouring Félicité. This is Seychelles’ underwater world at its very best, offering a treasure trove of vibrant marine life as well as extraordinary panoramas of the ocean and surrounding islands. Sister, a private owned island, is known for its tall palms that grow amongst the spectacular granitic rock formations, idyllic beaches of pure white sand, and crystalline water that allows you to have a clear view of the abundant fish life that teems close to the shore.

Cocos Islands, also called Ile Aux Cocos, are a group of small islets in the Seychelles archipelago. They can be found 7 km north of La Digue and lies in close proximity to La Digue's other neighbours, Félicité Island and the Sisters Islands. It has been a marine park since 1996 and is a spectacular spot for snorkeling and diving and a popular venue for day excursions from both Praslin and La Digue. No accommodation is offered on this island.

The Seychelles' Sister Islands The islands of Grande Soeur and Petite Soeur are often referred to as the Sister Islands. The big sister of the two is almost 100 hectares in size, and rises up to a maximum elevation of 113 metres above sea level. This island is also a popular spot for a beach barbeque, while many boat trips stop here for lunch.

Félicité Island is a heavy forested granitic island 4 kilometres (2 mi) east of La Digue in the Seychelles. It is the fifth-largest island in the Seychelles archipelago, measuring 2.68 square kilometres (1.03 sq mi).Until the 1970s it was a coconut plantation that had a population of about 50. In the late 19th century, Félicité was home to Sultan Abdullah of Perak, who was exiled there by the British. In 2007.

Félicité and four granitic neighboring islands are considered "satellite islands" of La Digue. These four islands are routinely visited by tourists:

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