If you’re after glitz, gambling, bustling restaurants, nightclubs, and a beach-party scene, Mahe is where you’ll want to be. There’s a number of activities for people of all ages. On the one hand, it’s extremely family friendly, with many resorts catering to families with kids on the other hand, you can find many adult-centered activities. The island is also famous for its annual carnival, held each year in the heart of Victoria. Most major activities are done on Mahe. With lots of historical sites as well as great food and magnificent beaches, Mahe is full of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. There are lots of different kinds of beaches, making it equally attractive for surfers, snorkelers or people who simply want to relax.
Infamous for traffic congestions Victoria, is the one place where there is actual traffic. It’s better to go into town after peak hours ( avoid 7:30-8:00AM and 3:30-4:30PM )
This is the largest and most developed of the islands, with the international airport located halfway down its northeast coast, Mahé is 59 square miles of mini-mountains, tropical foliage and stunning beaches secluded in coves along its rugged coastline. Almost 90 percent of the nation’s population live and work on Mahé, which has about 1,450 guest rooms.
Visa is required.
|Languages spoken||English, French, Creole|
|Currency used||Seychelles Ruppee|
|Area (km2)||10,000 km2|