Nature Quest offers diving and fishing cruises and excursions over one or two weeks in the remote and unspoiled coral atolls of the Seychelles’ outer islands (Amirantes and Aldabra). Our itineraries take guests through pristine island groups that few have ever visited aboard a Bahia 46 catamaran, offering the luxury of seclusion amidst rugged landscapes and the unique wonders of nature both above and below the waves. The unique flora and fauna of the isolated outer archipelagoes of Seychelles offer incredible diversity to nature lovers and explorers, lending our cruises the characteristics of a true expedition. In addition to spectacular diving around uninhabited islands, Nature Quest offers world-class fly-fishing for bonefish and other highly prized species (milkfish, pompano, trevally, jobfish, queen fish and barracuda) in spacious lagoons and untouched reefs, where abundant and diverse species await, with an average catch of about 20-40 fish a day. To provide maximum on-board comfort and to ensure a truly personal experience, we limit the number of guests to a maximum of six, accommodated in three cabins by a professional three-man crew, including a skipper, diving guide and a chef, who introduces our guests to the wonders of Seychellois cuisine and freshly caught fish.