If you want to find out how Seychelles attract so many tourists, go to Mahe Island. A heir to Creole and British morals, he is the typical example of an exotic destination. The glory and magnetism of Mahe Island are so appealing that most couples love it as a destination for their honeymoon.
Among the 115 islands, Mahe is the typical representative of the Seychelles - it combines splendid forests, abundant flowers, tropical plants, exotic animals and birds, secluded seashores, inaccessible granite rocks, an attractive underwater world and hospitable local populations.
Adding to the wide range of tourist facilities for every taste and pocket, the unique taste of Creole cuisine and the varied nightlife, Mahe Island becomes the epitome of the tropical paradise. But despite the fact that Mahe Island is the economic and political center of Seychelles and a top tourist destination, it still has not lost a moment of its charm and beauty.
The majestic mountains covered with abundant green vegetation can inspire even the most turbulent tourist heart. And over 75 beaches scattered across the island's coastline will often make you feel like its only inhabitants.
In the middle of its otherwise flat territory, dotted with dense vegetation, crosses a mountain range, the highest point of which is Morn Seychello peak (905 m). It falls within the national park of the same name.
The population and tourist resorts are concentrated along the coast, mostly in the capital of the Seychelles - Victoria. Given that most of the local population and tourism are concentrated in the capital of Mahe - Victoria, it is quite natural to direct your attention to it.
Although it is the largest city in the country, it is actually the smallest capital city in the world. It is located in the north-eastern part of Mahe and bears the name of British Queen Victoria, ruled during the colonial period. And last but not least, one of Mahe Island's most attractive landmarks is the endless beaches with golden fine sand, exotic vegetation and craving serenity.
It is they that have turned tourism into a major industry for the country. The northern and eastern are livelier, with cozy restaurants and pubs, and the south and west expect only pristine beaches where you are likely to be the only beaches.
At first, the list of the most popular local beaches is the Beau Vallon in the northwestern part of the island. It is extremely quiet, the turquoise-green water is much deeper than the rest of the coast, ideal for diving and swimming. After him comes Takamaka, which falls into one of the 22 administrative regions of the island.
But wherever you go, Mahe will capture you and turn you into the greatest admirer of Creole island culture. In the city of Victoria there are also most popular landmarks on Mahe Island. The Clock Tower - one of the most famous national monuments in the Seychelles. Hindu Temple "Arul Mihu Navazaki Vinayagar" - the only Hindu temple of the Seychelles.
Catholic Cathedral "Immaculate Conception" - one of the first churches in the Seychelles. Botanical Gardens - founded in 1901 at the initiative of the Director of Agricultural Services of the Seychelles and prominent naturalist Paul Eune Rivals Dupont. Of course, if you wish, you can also visit the rest of Seychelles - La Digue and Praslin.