The Seychelles’ main Island and home to the capital, Victoria

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          Mahé is the Seychelles’ main Island and home to the capital, Victoria and the international airport. Mahé is an island where virgin forests cascade down lush mountainsides to more than 60 beaches.

          With its bustling port, Mahé is Seychelles’ commercial centre and home to most retail outlets and tourism facilities. Many are concentrated towards the north of the island while the south with its picturesque villages proposes a quieter pace of life. 

          Victoria is full of history, Creole character and delightful nooks & crannies like the busy market, two cathedrals, Botanical Gardens and Esplanade where you are sure to find that local souvenir.  Despite its timeless charm, Mahé possesses a modern yet discreet infrastructure such as at Eden Island with its elegant marina and mall, casino, bars choice of restaurants and vibrant nightlife. 

          Explore the untouched splendour of Mahé’s north coast and discover the Morne Seychellois National Park, where this enigmatic peak dominates the landscape, reaching a height of 2,970 feet and offers a spectacular panoramic view of the island. Visitors can explore 12 well-marked hiking trails. walking through this beautiful native forest and enjoy the magnificent views overlooking the entire Seychelles archipelagoone. The Morne Seychellois National Park is the perfect alternative to the beaches and remains one of the biggest attractions of the island.

          The tropical climate of the Seychelles and temperatures are between 25°C and 30°C throughout the year, making this an ideal destination for sun worshippers and beach lovers.

          The rainy season starts in October and ends in March, with January being the wettest month - during this period, higher temperatures set in. The dry and slightly cooler season extends from April to September bringing winds from the south-east. The transitional months between each season - April to late June and mid-September to mid-November offers dry, sunny weather with little wind.


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          There are direct and indirect flights to Mahe International Airport. The average flying from the Uk to the Seychelles is approximately 10 hours 30 minutes.


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