By helicopter: Travellers can also book 'scenic flights' to cover the other islands of Mahé, La Digue and the neighbouring Cousine, Félicité, Grande Seour, Curieuse and Bird islands. Zil Air provides these chartered helicopter services from and to most of the inner and outer Seychelles islands.
By boat: Seychellesbookings hosts trusted ferry operators on their website, such as Cat Cocos and Inter Island, and makes hassle-free online bookings and e-ticketing is possible. Cat Cocos runs daily catamaran ferries between Mahe and Praslin islands. For non-residents, the cost can roughly amount to ₹7,000. Inter Island's ferries operate between Praslin and La Digue and cost about ₹1,146. Most of its arrivals at Praslin are scheduled to coincide with Cat Cocos' departures to Mahe.
By car: Taxis are a very popular means of transport on Praslin island, especially for daily rentals or for short trips. And the prices for non-residents are about 20 rupees per kilometre. Cars can be rented out in Praslin, with the rental charge for a small car being around ₹2,700 per day.
By bus: The Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC) operates buses daily throughout Praslin, on almost every motorable road on the island.
Flight from New Delhi to Praslin, Seychelles: ₹51,468 (return fare)
One-way ticket on the Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC) buses: ₹25-40
Taxi starting tariff: ₹455
Hotel stay at Jeanny's Apartment: ₹3,748
A meal at a small restaurant or fast-food joint: ₹566-785
Praslin is dotted with beachside cottages and a handful of Seychelles' plushest properties. These two properties have been picked, keeping in mind the budget and the distance from the administrative district of Grand' Anse.