Seychelles - Mahe
16 July 2022 - 26 August 2022
7 Night holiday at the new Mango House Seychelles
Return flights to Mahe on Air Seychelles Return resort transfers 7 nights accommodation in a King Premium Room with Ocean View Breakfast daily Complimentary kayaks, paddle boards & snorkelling equipment All taxes, levies & surcharges (estimate)
30% discount included - book and pay 30 days prior arrival Upgrade to Half Board from R22 800 per person
This airfare is indicative only and subject to seasonal surcharges and best available Air Seychelles fare at time of booking
Packages are subject to availability at the time of the reservation. Passport & visa costs (if applicable), travel insurance & items of a personal nature are not included. Prices are subject to change without prior notice due to airfare increases and currency fluctuations. Rebooking and cancellation fees apply. All prices are per person sharing unless otherwise specified. Standard terms and conditions apply. All discounts and/or special offers have already been included in the package price.
|Base Price:||ZAR 55 390|
|Package Taxes:||ZAR 4 610|
|Total Price:||ZAR 60 000|
Mango House is a contemporary and intimate home with an abundance of stories to be told, thanks to its original owner Gian Paolo Barbieri, the world-famous Italian fashion and life photographer whose curiosity for travel led him to the Seychelles.
Barbieri built three homes on Mahé and Mango House was his last.
Rooted in the South of Mahé, this 5 Star member of LXR Hotels & Resorts sits in its very own bay of Anse Aux Poules Bleues providing the backdrop to multi-layered experiences, creative ingenuity and expansive views enveloped in the rugged nature of the Seychelles.
A legacy left behind can be rediscovered and echoes off the walls—a legacy that gave birth to luxury within the Southern wilderness of Mahé.
South West Coast, Anse aux Poules Bleues, Mahé.
6 King/Twin Premium Room with Ocean
View (Size: 45m2)
Relax in this stylish guest room with one king size bed or 2 double beds.
The room features a balcony, ocean views and floor-to-ceiling windows and a walk-in shower in the bathroom.
Sleeps up to 2 adults.
2 1 Bedroom Cliff House Suites with
Ocean View (Size:
This spacious 1 bedroom suite with one king bed and one pull-out sofa is located on the beachfront and features a large terrace with a day bed, a living room with a dining table, a personal bar and a guest bathroom.
Sleeps up to 3 adults with a pull-out sofa.
2 1 Bedroom Beach House Suites (Size: 90m2)
This 1 bedroom suite with one king bed and one pull-out sofa is located on the beachfront and features a large terrace with a day bed, a living room with a dining table, a personal bar and a guest bathroom.
Sleeps up to 3 adults with a pull-out sofa.
4 Family Bay House Connecting Rooms (Size: 115m2)
These stylish connected guest rooms have two double beds and one king bed. Each room features a balcony or shared large terrace, ocean views, and floor-to-ceiling windows and bathroom with walk-in showers.
Sleeps up to 4 adults over both rooms.
2 1 Bedroom Bay House Suite with
Plunge Pool (Size: 106m2)
Sleeps up to 4 adults.
1 2 Bedroom Cliff House Panorama Suite
The 2 bedroom Cliff House Panorama suite with one king bed , two double beds and one pull-out sofa features a large terrace with a day bed and a living room with a dining table. The suite also features two balconies with clifftop views of the bay, a personal bar and a guest bathroom.
Sleeps up to 5 adults with a pull-out sofa.
1 4 Bedroom Bay House (Size: 215m2)
Sleeps up to 8 adults.
1 3 Bedroom Bay House with Plunge Pool
This room type guarantees full use of the Bay House, with a 1 bedroom pool suite on the ground floor and 2 Grand Terrace rooms on the first floor. This room offers 2 king size beds and 2 double beds; a spacious retreat for large families or those seeking large spaces to hide away in.
With distinct views of Anse Aux Poules Bleues Bay, the villa comes with its own private butler personal bar and private pool.
Sleeps up to 8 adults.
1 3 Bedroom Ocean House with Plunge Pool
The rooms have a great view of the ocean from the private terrace and pool. With a separate living area, 3 bedrooms and stunning terraces this home is spacious, contemporary and reverberates with the distinct heritage of the South. The personal bar allows for a tailormade selection at an extra cost organized by the assigned private butler.
Sleeps up to 6 adults with a pull-out sofa.
Sensational flavours and the scenery to match. From Japanese to Creole to brasserie-style, unique tastes are on the menu across Mango House’s five curated outlets.
The resort operates on a Bed & Breakfast basis with the option to upgrade to Half Board or Full Board.
Half Board includes:
Full Board includes:
Enjoy Italian dining in a brasserie-style ambience. Entrust your taste buds to chef Carmine’s blind tasting menu and savour soulful sharing plates with friends and family.
Open for Breakfast (07h00 – 10h30), Lunch (from 12h30) and Dinner (until 23h00).
Unwind with fresh sushi and charcoal-grilled robatayaki in a dreamlike atmosphere near the secluded beach. Savor Sukiyaki wagyu beef perfectly prepared and Azido’s menu of nigiri, sashimi, and moriawase.
Open for Dinner (16h00 – 22h00).
Named for the sun’s daily journey, the poolside bar mixes fun and sophistication. A pool cocktail programme features fresh tropical juices, rums, sugar cane, and spirits alongside craveable poke and build-your-own bento boxes.
Open for Drinks and Snacks (10h00 – 18h00).
Evoking the sensual dance of the Seychelles, Moutya pays homage to our authentic Creole Cuisine that has been delicately inspired by generations of local cooking techniques and dishes. Moutya explodes with a spice journey of flavours and scents, a rustic gem found nestled overlooking the beach cover of The House.
Open for Lunch (from 12h00) and Dinner (until 22h00).
Inspired by South Indian-Creole culture, this resort lounge celebrates the diversity of the Seychelles against a backdrop of gorgeous bay views. The signature gin tea martini and the delectable five-spice rum sour highlight a locally inspired cocktail menu infused with an extensive selection of rums and gins.
Open for Drinks (16h00 – 23h30).
At Mango Pips children can enjoy a variety of island activities unique to Seychelles. With arrival gifts, daily adventures and souvenir photos they will feel welcome and at home throughout their stay.
Mango Pips offers a schedule of activities that changes each week. Whether crafting with coconut husks, building sandcastles, treasure hunting, painting, discovering yoga, or learning about marine life, your little ones are sure to have wonderful memories to bring home.
Anpe translates to ‘in peace’ in Creole and this is the promise of Mango House’s wellness spa. Take in views from the glittering ocean while relaxing mind and body with personalised treatments from skilled therapists. Anpe offers a curated menu of massages, facials, and nail treatments. Expert care will leave you feeling relaxed, radiant, and at your best.
Complimentary throughout the resort.
WATERSPORTS & ACTIVITIES (* some at a supplement)
All information in this Fact Sheet is applicable from 1 April 2021 to 31 October 2022 and is subject to change without prior notice.
Please note that some services may not be available due to weather conditions, hotel occupancy and/or operational requirements.
One hundred and fifteen coral and granite islands rising up out of the Indian Ocean – this is the Seychelles! An Indian Ocean holiday dream come true - calm azure waters, deserted beaches, tropical paradise and turquoise lagoons. This string of islands offers sparkling white sandy beaches and coral reefs bustling with sea life. The flora and fauna are unique, the mountains are covered in lush vegetation, and the landscape offers a stunning and multi-faceted panorama.
HISTORY OF THE SEYCHELLES
The first European to pass through the Seychelles was Portuguese Admiral Vasco da Gama in 1502, followed by the English in 1609. A transit point for trade between Africa and Asia, the islands were used by pirates until 1756, when the French took control, laying down their "Stone of Possession" (visible today at the museum in Mahé) and naming the islands after Jean Moreau de Séchelles. Britain and France fought over the islands from the late 18th to early 19th century, with Britain finally gaining control in 1814. Achieving independence from Britain in 1976, the Seychelles today is a true success story of people who claim origins from all over the world and live together with an unusual and inspiring degree of harmony in diversity.
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE SEYCHELLES
Seychelles’ 115 islands fall under two distinct groups; the outstandingly beautiful granitic islands, the world’s only oceanic islands of granitic rock, and coral islands fringed by white sandy beaches and encircled by coral reefs teaming with fish.
The three most popular islands in the Seychelles archipelago are Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue. Home to 98% of the Seychelles' population, these three are clustered in the archipelago’s northeast area known as the Inner Island group. Mahé and Praslin are Seychelles' largest islands (nearby Silhouette Island is larger than La Digue, but less populated), and all three are granitic (versus coral). The Inner Islands also include other popular islands to visit on your Seychelles holiday, such as Denis, Bird, Silhouette, and North.
Seychelles’ enviable climate is always warm and without extremes. In this tropical haven, the temperature seldom drops below 24°C or rises above 32°C making Seychelles a year-round island holiday destination for sun worshippers and beach lovers. During the north-west trade winds that occur between October and March, the sea is generally calm and the weather warm and humid, in January and February the islands receive their life-giving rains, rejuvenating the rivers and streams. From May to September the weather is cooler and drier with livelier seas - particularly on the south-eastern coasts.
TIME DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SEYCHELLES AND SOUTH AFRICA
The Seychelles is 2 hours ahead of South Africa.
CURRENCY IN THE SEYCHELLES
The currency in use is the Seychelles rupee (Rs). Although tourist prices are often quoted in Euros, you can also pay in Rupees and often also in US Dollars. ATMs (which accept foreign cards) are available at the airports, in Victoria, and scattered around the larger towns on all three main islands. Almost all hotels, restaurants, shops, and even small curio stalls take major credit cards, with a preference for Visa and MasterCard
WHAT TO DO IN THE SEYCHELLES
For visitors who can tear themselves away from their resort, the Seychelles offers a wide variety of things to see and do; from the prehistoric rainforest of Praslin’s National Park to the 70 beaches of Mahé and endless water sports. You could take an excursion to Mahe’s capital, Victoria, to admire its colonial mansions and meet the giant tortoises at the botanical gardens. You can also visit tiny islands such as beautiful La Digue, perhaps joining local fishermen in their boat for a day’s angling in the abundant waters.
You will find proud national monuments, beautiful Creole houses, artists' studios, national reserves and marine parks, as well as breath-taking natural wonders above and beneath the waves. There are guided nature tours to enjoy some of the rarest species of flora and fauna on earth. Not forgetting the mellow Seychelles nightlife where you can take in a casino, some local bars and fine restaurants offering unforgettable Creole and international cuisine.
The first port of call for most visitors to the Seychelles is Mahe. This is the largest island of the Seychelles and the largest granitic island – 27 km long and 8 km wide. Forming the backbone of the island is a spectacular mountain range that includes Morne Seychellois, the island’s highest peak. Around the peak is one of the island’s beautiful national parks, offering good hiking and stunning scenery. More than 60 idyllic beaches fringed with swaying palm trees can be found along the shoreline, offering a host of activities including diving and fishing. There are several interesting sights to see, particularly in friendly Victoria.
Praslin is the second largest island of the Seychelles, 44 km north east of Mahe and can be reached by plane or ferry. This island is a popular tourist destination with several hotels and resorts, as well as the famous beaches of Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette. The beautiful Vallee de Mai is known for the unique Coco de Mer.
La Digue, Seychelles
La Digue is a small island accessible by ferry from Praslin. Here cars are shunned in favour of bicycles and ox-carts. A timeless oasis, hidden away in the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean, La Digue is the Seychelles of yesteryear. Home to some of the most beautiful beaches, La Digue also boasts the friendliest people and most tranquil, serene and relaxed atmosphere.
Seychellois - the common name used for the population of Seychelles - speak both English and Creole.
Throughout Seychelles the voltage is 220-240 volts AC 50 Hz. Seychelles uses the British standard square three-pin, 13 amp sharp electric plug. International visitors are advised to bring their own adaptors.
DIVING IN THE SEYCHELLES
Seychelles offers diverse and impressive diving opportunities. The Inner Islands rest on a shallow plateau with prolific marine life and excellent PADI diving facilities are available with access to a multitude of dive sites. The Outer Islands to the south of the archipelago are all coralline or sand cays and mainly uninhabited, presenting the experienced diver with excellent opportunities to explore where few have gone before. If you are a certified diver, travel with proof of certification and discover this miracle of nature.
WHAT TO WEAR IN THE SEYCHELLES
As the Seychelles are warm throughout the year it is recommended that you pack light comfortable relaxed clothing. Most resorts are quite casual, so light clothing should be adequate at most times - you may also want to take a thin rain jacket in the event of the occasional rain shower. Don’t forget your beach wear plus sun screen and sun glasses.
WHAT TO PACK FOR YOUR SEYCHELLES HOLIDAY
SEYCHELLES TRAVEL TIPS