Félicité is a private island and the fifth largest in the island nation of the Seychelles. Its prime location outside of the cyclone belt offers perpetual summer. The resort, which occupies one third of the total land, is set on the island’s north side facing La Digue, Praslin, Curieuse, Petit Soeur, Grande Soeur, Coco and Marianne Islands.
Direct Transfer by Helicopter The Zil Air helicopter journey to Félicité is approximately 30 nautical miles (55 kilometers) northeast of the Seychelles International Airport (SEZ) on the country’s main island of Mahé. The exhilarating 20-minute flight is over verdant islands, with arrival on the resort’s own jetty helipad. Helicopter transfer available at EUR 919 per way (inclusive of taxes and service charge) up to a maximum charge of 325 kg (including 4 passengers maximum and luggage). The helicopter operates after sunrise and before sunset only. Please call +248 467 1000 or email email@example.com to reserve your seat in advance.
Private speedboat transfers are available upon request and subject to weather conditions on the day of transfer.
Non-Direct Transfers Alternate arrivals can be made by a short private boat trip from neighboring Praslin or La Digue island at the starting rate of EUR 180 per way (inclusive of taxes and service charge).
To reach Praslin Island:
Domestic flights from Mahé airport to Praslin airport can be booked through Air Seychelles for scheduled flights.
NOTE: Supplement charges apply for night transfers between 6 pm to 6 am.
Visa Requirements: To visit the Seychelles Islands, you don’t have to have a visa, but you do have to have some documentation. When you arrive at the Seychelles Airport you must have your return ticket, evidence of accommodation including contact information, and proof of funding for your stay.
These documents will allow you to have a Visitor’s Permit, which will be issued by the Seychelles Department of Immigration when you arrive. A Visitor’s Permit is valid for the first month you are in the Seychelles. However, it can be extended up to three months. If you need to stay more than three months (up to 12 months), you will have to apply for a special visa. Seychelles officials can tell you which documents are necessary. For every three months you want to extend your stay, you will have to pay 1,000 Seychelles Rupees. This means if you need your Visitor’s Permit extended for six months, you will have to pay 1,000 Seychelles Rupees twice.
Airlines flying to Seychelles: International flights connect Seychelles to Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. The airport is also a hub for inter-island travel, with quick, convenient domestic flights throughout the day.
The airport is the home base of Air Seychelles, as well as serving aircraft from other local and international airlines.
Languages Spoken: Creole (local language), French, and good English communication.