Seychelles Experience

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Welcome to our Direct Sale! Book your East Africa safari with us to view the Great Wildebeests Migration 2017. This is our best value - best seller program, based on 4x4 land cruiser transport. E-mail: jackoafricasafaris@jambo.co.ke

 

Great Wildebeest Migration 2017.

 

Our open departure days for 2017’s high season to view this Great Wildebeest Migration spectacle in Masai Mara, Kenya are as follows: Click here for Itinerary & Quotation and book with us in January thru March 2017 in order to enjoy A SPECIAL DISCOUNT! Any other days of your choice are welcome - we assure you our quickest response.  

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   Special Professionals Travel Program.

 

Jacko Africa Safaris is pleased to welcome you back to our newly re-structured SPECIAL PROFESSIONALS TRAVEL (SPT) PROGRAM. This year - 2017 - we invite professionals of one calling worldwide to travel with us in groups of only 10 – 12 passengers on your tour. A knowledgeable experienced local Tour Director escorts your safari for absolutely free! Enjoy a special discount if you book with us in January through March 2017. Click here for itinerary, description, departure dates, and quotation.

Contact us: jackoafricasafaris@jambo.co.ke for any more information you may need.

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Search for clean water continues…

Here we put our energies to God's service through service to a human person. Jacko Africa Safaris assists in drilling borehole wells for poor communities in Kenya. One of the sponsors below was our client - we invite more of clients to help, if interested, and we are transparent enough to coordinate your wish under our Jacko Community Projects theme.


Click here to enjoy our Pictorial Blog about our Latest Water for Life Project


Click here to read about our First Water for Life Project

 

Seychelles Experience

 

MAHE – PRASLIN – MAHE [6 NIGHTS]

 

Day 1: Arrive Mahe //..

On arrival in Mahe, you will be met and transferred to your selected hotel. Mahe is the heart of the Seychelles archipelago, and is the largest and most densely populated of these beautiful islands. Despite the fact that this is the busiest island it is still easy to find picturesque villages and deserted beach hideaways.  Enjoy your own piece of paradise at your luxurious hotel: Mahe Beach Resort / Sunset Beach Hotel, or similar.  Meal plan {D}

 

Day 2 & 3: Mahe //..

Enjoy the unique, beautiful setting and clear water of Mahe. Swim under the shade of palm trees. On one of these days, choose to go on a Nature Trail Excursion on the Island. Mahe Beach Resort / Sunset Beach Hotel, or similar. Meal plan {B,D}

 

Seychelles ExperienceDay 4: Mahe / Praslin //..

After breakfast, transfer to Mahe Airport in time for your flight to Praslin Island. A short 15 minute plane flight, or 3-hour boat ride from Mahe, lies this wonderful island of Praslin, the second largest island with about 5,000 inhabitants. Some of the plants which grow here are found nowhere else in the world, even within the Seychelles. Once on Praslin, Jacko Africa Representative will meet and transfer you to your selected hotel. Praslin Beach Resort / Coco De Mer Hotel, or similar. Meal plan {B,D}

 

Day 5 & 6: Praslin //..

Spend your days at leisure, in the middle of nowhere, literally the most beautiful islands in the world and still incredibly unspoilt. On one of these days you visit the La Digue Island. Transfer is by boat. You return to Praslin later in the day. Dinner and overnight: Praslin Beach Resort / Coco De Mer Hotel, or similar. Meal plan {B,D}

 

Day 7: Praslin / Depart Mahe //..

Check-out of your hotel this morning and transfer to Praslin Airport for your flight back to Mahe, in time to connect onto your home flight. Meal plan {B}

 

Briefly Seychelles:

The Seychelles is a group of about 115 islands which lie 1000 miles off the coast of East Africa.  Forty two granitic islands - the world’s only mid-ocean granitic islands - and 73 coral islands -including the world’s largest atoll - Aldabra. The Islands are of various sizes and topography, offering an exceptional choice to the modern traveler seeking to get away from it all.

Mahé is the principal island comprising of 142 sq km, with the islands of Praslin, La Digue and Silhouette being the next important. Mahe extends 27 km north to south and 11 km east to west and has a coastline of 127 km. Some 46 islands are permanently uninhabited. Accommodation ranges from small family-run guesthouses and hotels to international 5-star resorts to private islands and villas.

The granite islands rise above the sea surface to form a peak or ridge which, in the case of Mahé, attains an elevation of 3,000 ft at Morne Seychellois, the highest point. Rugged crests, towering cliffs, boulders and domes contribute to the islands great natural beauty. Here and there, in the hollows between the rock reliefs, are pockets of lateritic soil, often very thin and easily eroded.

Mahé possesses white sandy beaches which, for all its coastline distance, are flats of coral and shell known locally as plateaus, although they rarely achieve an elevation of more than 10 ft above sea level. Small streams descending the mountain slopes deposit alluvial material, creating the most fertile soils on the island. The islands are suited only to coconut palm and a few other species.

Some Views during Seychelles Experience...

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