Exotic island paradise
From Mahé to paradise: On arrival at Seychelles International Airport in Mahé, onward travel is by sailing boat - to the gorgeous little islands in the Indian Ocean for a holiday of pure relaxation. Graced with year-round sunshine and temperatures almost consistently at 30 degrees Celsius, the best time to travel to this heavenly part of the world is any time!
Snorkellers and divers are enchanted by the Seychelles from the first moment they set foot in the islands because of the incredibly colourful underwater world. The Seychelles' coasts are excellent to explore with hoisted sails. And the white sandy beaches with their typical granite rocks make a bathing holiday a holiday dream come true.
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Edelweiss tips for Mahé (Seychelles)
Sightseeing in your Seychelles holidays
On the charming main island of Mahé you will find the "smallest capital in the world" - Victoria with 25'000 inhabitants. Worth seeing is the Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple. View in maps
The second biggest island Praslin enchants with fantastic sandy beaches (like the Anse Lazio), a jungle reserve and the national park. For all kinds of water sport enthusiasts this region is heaven on earth. View in maps
La Digue is the smallest of the three main inhabited islands. Known for the most popular beaches in the Seychelles, such as Anse Source d'Argent with its graceful granite formations in the white sand. View in maps
There are over 100 other dream islands to discover in the Seychelles. For example, the uninhabited island of Cousin - formerly a coconut plantation, today home to many rare animal and plant species. View in maps