Praslin is the second largest island with approx. 12 x 5 km.
The main transportation is either a rental car or the public bus. The bus fare is 12 Scr per way (no matter if 1 station or from start to end)
Some beaches cannot be reached directly by bus, such as Anse Lazio. The bus will go until Anse Boudin and from there you need to take a walk over the steep hill for about 20 minutes on a paved road. There is a bus timetable, but the times are not always accurate, the bus is rarely on time.
(Just ast the reception for a timetable), or download it here as a PDF directly onto your phone
Sightseeing on Praslin
Valle de Mai 19,5 ha big national park and UNESCO world heritage where you can see the famous Coco de Mer
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 8 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.
guided tours are available daily at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Entrance fee: SCR 350
Fond Ferdinand the "little brother" of Valle de Mai. Entry is only possible within a guided tour.
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9.30 a.m., 11 a.m., 12.30p.m. & 1.30 p.m. / Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. & 11.30 a.m. / closed on public holiday
Price: SCR 125
Anse Georgetteamazingly beautiful beach, which you can reach by a nice hike over the mountain. Alternativly you can pass trough Lemuria Golf Course, but you will be required to get a permission in advance (you accomodation should be able to help you with that)
Anse Laziothe most famous beach of Praslin
Boatexcursion to "Tortoise Island" Curieuse, snorkeling in front of St. Pierre and visit the bird conservation island Cousin Island -> Boatexcursions
Do an Island tour by bus machen, der Bus bleibt an der Endstation meist nur 5-20 Minuten stehen und fährt dann direkt wieder zurück (kostet dann natürlich wieder 12 SCR), gut geeignet wenn das Wetter mal nicht unbedingt nach Strand aussieht
Islandtour Praslin with a guide - he knows all the hightlights, view points, and of course the flora and fauna and history of Seychelles -> Inseltou