Victoria (the Mahé Island)

The capital of the Seychelles Islands (the Mahé Island). There is the National Museum, the Clock Tower, which was modelled after London's Big Ben, a botanical garden, colonial houses with colourfully painted façades, shops offering souvenirs and a local fish market.  

  • Seychelles, Clock Tower - Victoria, Mahe Island
  • Seychelles - Hindu Temple, Victoria, Mahe Island
  • Seychelles - Saint Anne, Mahe Island
  • Seychelles - Giant Tortois, Valle de May, Praslin Island
  • Seychelles, Seychelles terns - Valle de May, Praslin Island
  • Seychelles - Valle de May, Praslin Island
  • Seychelles, Anse Takamara - Mahe Island
  • Seychelles - Coco de Mer, Valle de May, Praslin Island
  • Seychelles -  Port Glaud, Mahe Island
  • Seychelles -  Valle de May, Praslin Island

Saint Anne (the Mahé Island)

This private island with 2 sandy beaches and crystal clear sea can be found near the northern shore of the Mahé Island and it is a popular destination for romantic weddings taking place in snow-white sand.  It takes about 45 minutes to get there from the harbour by boat.


Belle Ombre (the Mahé Island)

A village located in a nice environment full of restaurants and shops in the South-West of the Mahé Island. There are 4* and 5* hotels there set in the original tropical vegetation with beaches full of palm trees.  It takes about 20 minutes to get there from the airport.


Port Glaude (the Mahé Island)

This small fisherman's village on a slope overlooking a small bay is located in the South of the Mahé Island.  Take a nice walk to get to the nearby waterfall. 


Praslin Island

An island with beautiful beaches such as Anse Lazio and Anse Georgette, which are ranked among the TOP 10 beaches of the world.  The island is the start-up point for trips to the surrounding islets. The shore of the Praslin Island consists of picturesque bays and beautiful long beaches. It takes about 60 minutes to get from the Mahé Iasland to the Praslin Island.


Vallée de Mai Natural Reserve (the Praslin Island)

Thanks to its unique fauna and flora, this attraction has been inscribed on the UNESCO's World Heritage Site List.  Vallée de Mai is famous for its one-of-the-kind palm trees with „Coco de Mer“ coconuts.


La Digue Island

The most photographed island in the world with beaches that are considered to belong to the most beautiful beaches ever; The Anse Source d´Argent beach with granite rocks, fine white sand, palm trees and crystal clear water has been ranked among the TOP 10 beaches of the world.  The island takes up the area of almost 10 km2. Because of its size, the tourists are advised to explore the island on bikes or on foot.  You need to pass Praslin Island to get to La Digue from the Mahé Island by boat. Mahé – Praslin approx. 30 minutes, Praslin - La Digue approx. 20 minutes.


Desroches Island

The smallest of the Seychelles islands offering accommodation for tourists. It takes up the area of 6 km x 1 km and it takes about 35 minutes to get there by plane from the Mahé Island.  The island is an ideal place for sea fishing and diving.


Silhoutte Island

The third largest island north of Mahé, long white sand beaches with palm trees; It is a scarcely populated and hilly island (altitudes up to 700 m above sea level), popular with tourists thanks to its primeval forests inhabited by rare animal species. In 2010, 97% of the island area was declared as the National Park. It takes about 15 minutes to get from the Mahé airport to the harbour. Then, one must go by fast boat to get to the Silhoutte Island, which takes approx. 45 minutes.


Cerf Island

The island with the total area of 1.5 km x 1.0 km is located 3 km north of the Mahé Island. It has no road transport and it takes about 30 minutes to get there by boat.