Seychelles

 

We suggest you spend the first day of your holiday exploring beautiful Mahè, at the heart of the Seychelles. The largest of the 115 Seychelles islands, Mahè boasts of 60 beautiful beaches and numerous sandy coves. The famous Intendance beach in southern Mahè offers half a mile of powder white sand and huge breakers. Explore the Anse Major nature trail that follows part of the rocky coastline of northwest Mahè and leads to the small secluded beach of Anse Major. Visit the popular resort beach of Beau Vallon. Also visit the Seychelles National History Museum, the colourful Sir Selwyn Clarke Market, the Tea Factory and the Victoria Clock Tower.

 

Next, you could explore the neighbouring islands of Praslin and La Digue. Each of Seychelles' islands is unique in character and ambience, and as most of these are within easy travelling distance of each other, we recommend that you stay on at least two islands during your holiday. Transfers between the islands are mainly by light aircrafts and most transfers originate from Mahé.

 

Attractions on Praslin include the Black Pearl experience, the Art Gallery at Café des Arts, the George Camille Art Gallery, and Vallée de Mai - a UNESCO World Heritage site. Must see attractions on La Digue Island include the Barbara Jensen studio, the Granite Boulder, the Green Gecko Gallery, and the L'Union Estate. There are many other facilities in Seychelles for activities like big game fishing, diving, snorkelling and fly-fishing