Embark on an unparalleled Freediving Liveaboard Retreat as we set sail to the pristine Seychelles Outer Islands, specifically the breathtaking Amirantes. Immerse yourself in the wonders of the deep blue, forging a connection with nature and marine life like never before.
"Where the ocean becomes a canvas for self-discovery, and each breath unlocks a new realm of tranquility."
On this 7 day retreat you will take home with you incredible memories of magnificent manta rays, awe-inspiring sharks, and graceful turtles in their natural habitat. Picture yourself exploring untouched and pristine islands, where the beauty of the marine world meets the serenity of secluded shores. Beyond the thrilling freediving experiences, our retreat offers moments of tranquility with guided meditation, rejuvenating breathing exercises, and soul-nourishing yoga sessions. Join us for an unforgettable voyage where adventure, mindfulness, and the magic of the Seychelles converge to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Drone shot of manta rays in Seychelles. Taken by Sophie Walsh
Drone shot of d'arros island.
Our retreat includes
STAY & AMENITIES
7 days/6 Nights sailing on a 52ft lagoon catamaran.
Highly experienced crew to ensure a wonderful experience (Skipper, chef and two freediving instructors)
Sailing from Mahe Island to Desroches, Poivre, Ile Sud, D'arros, St. Joseph and African Banks.
Freediving Line Training
Fun Diving with turtles, sharks, manta rays
Paddle Boarding & Snorkeling
Breath work & Meditation
Underwater photography for memories
Creol cuisine prepared by our local experienced chef.
Herbal teas, coffee, water & fresh juices
Fresh Fish & Sashimi
Price per person: 3500 Euro
How far is the Amirantes from the main islands in Seychelles.The Amirantes are around 230km from the Inner Islands (Mahe) It will take around 18-22 hours of sailing to get to the Amriantes from Mahe Island.
Where to do fly into?You would need to fly into Mahe Island. From Mahe, we will then sail to the Amirantes on the Catamaran.
What do we need to bring?Swimming costumes, freediving equipment, sustainable suncream, hats, sunglasses, rash vests, reef shoes, sea sickness tablets/patches, sustainable body soap, cameras, drones, light clothes.
Will we have connection / phone signal?As we are almost in the middle of nowhere, you will not have any access to phone signal / connection. However we do have a satellite phone on board which is used for emergencies.
What level freediver must you be to join the retreat?We encourage all freedivers to be atleast an AIDA level 2 freediver or anything similar to this level. This is so you are able to maximise your freediving experience.
Is freediving dangerous?Freediving, or breath-hold diving, can be dangerous if not practiced with proper knowledge, skills, and precautions. It's completely understandable to have concerns about the safety of freediving, as with any adventurous activity. On this retreat, you will be guided by two professional freediving instructors who will brief you on locations, animal behavior and all round safety.