Seychelles

Mahé is the largest of the 115 islands that make up the paradise-like island nation of Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, a popular destination for newlyweds. The island boasts the country's only international airport, Victorica – Seychelles' small capital city with a colourful market, and the green highest point of Seychelles, Morne Seychellois. White sandy beaches, turquoise sea with colourful fish and coral reefs, good food and drinks and beautiful tropical vegetation are the must-have ingredients of a proper tropical getaway.

Weather averages in October

  • Day 27°C
  • Night 21°C
  • Rain 0

Mahé is the largest of the 115 islands that make up the paradise-like island nation of Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, a popular destination for newlyweds. The island boasts the country's only international airport, Victorica – Seychelles' small capital city with a colourful market, and the green highest point of Seychelles, Morne Seychellois. White sandy beaches, turquoise sea with colourful fish and coral reefs, good food and drinks and beautiful tropical vegetation are the must-have ingredients of a proper tropical getaway.

Weather averages in October

  • Day 27°C
  • Night 21°C
  • Rain 0

Cheap flights

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Paradise on Earth

The Seychelles are one of the most romantic destinations in the world, loved for their marvellous beaches, numerous resorts and extraordinary nature. The cluster of 115 islands lies in the Indian Ocean, parallel to the coast pf East Africa and it a mixture of inhabited ports as well as never inhabited coral atolls. Tropical break at its best! Mahe is the biggest of all the islands and is also the international entry point to the paradise islands. Approximately 90% of all Seychelles residents live on it, therefore it is also the island with the most traffic that is home to the most resorts and activities. 

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The majority of the destinations is easily accessible as the roads are well signaled, hence it is a good idea to rent a car and explore the island carefree. Head to the different beaches at pristine spots, enjoy swimming and diving in the amazing bays, where you can enjoy seeing the extraordinary marine flora and fauna. It goes without saying that beaches are the main attraction, but you can also dedicate some time to the other beautiful features. See the dynamic island of Morne Seychellois with its thick and lush forests, covering 20% of the island and enjoy its trekking routes. 

The Seychelles are one of the most romantic destinations in the world, loved for their marvellous beaches, numerous resorts and extraordinary nature.

There are plenty of accommodation types available on the Mahe Island - resorts with beaches and water sports options that are best suited for families, lavish villas with infinity pools and bay views for all romantic guests, while there are also less prestigious resorts with more affordable prices. The island of Mahe offers truly everything for your perfect break, but of you have time, head also to the other islands, such as Praslin and La Digue. If money is not a problem, there are private islands to rent available, where you can experience exclusiveness on an entirely new level. 

Sights in the Seychelles

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National Botanical Gardens

Huge botanical gardens with exceptional plant and animal species.

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Bel Air Cemetery

The island’s first official cemetery and its oldest historic building.

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Clock Tower

A copy of London's Big Ben, erected in memory of Queen Victoria.

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Spice Garden

The beautiful Le Jardin du Roi restaurant and garden enchant with numerous spices.

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Morne Seychelles National Park

This beautiful national park covers 20 % of Mahé’s total area.

Airports

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Seychelles Airport

Seychelles International Airport is the largest airport in the Seychelles, located on the east side of Mahé Island, not far from the capital Victoria. The airport is easily accessible by car via the Providence Highway.

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