Indian Ocean

Seychelles

Сейшельские острова

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Seychelles islands map, charter itinerary

Indian Ocean

Experience a breathtaking beach holiday and immerse yourself in an underwater wonder world. Let the snow-white sand and emerald waters transport you into a Zen like state, getting rid of all of your stress and help you merge with nature. An amazing underwater world of coral "buildings" and unusual residents awaits you. Here you can find an amazing diversity of sea life, with corals and over 2,000 different species of fish including colorful reef fish, dolphins and tuna. Those adventurous enough will have the opportunity to swim with a whale shark or a turtle and even get the chance to feed the stingrays. Traveling to these uninhabited islands will be an unforgettable experience. The adventure of a lifetime is waiting for you!

Seychelles

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Seychelles islands map, charter itinerary

3 Days on Seychelles

Mahe island, seychelles

DAY 1 - Mahé

Mahé, is the largest island and cultural and economic hub of the Inner Islands. The island measures 28km long by 8km wide (154.7 sq kilometres), and is the international gateway to Seychelles. It is home to the international airport and the nation’s capital, Victoria.

The island is home to almost 90% of the total population reflecting Seychelles’ diverse ethnicity and descent from African, Indian, Chinese and European populations, and is the seat of government and the chief centre of commerce.

With a backdrop of imposing 1000m granite peaks, Mahé is an extraordinary treasure trove of flora that has evolved over centuries of splendid isolation. Rare endemic plants found nowhere else in the world adorn Mahé’s mist forests in mountain strongholds, such as the Jellyfish Tree, the carnivorous Seychelles Pitcher Plant and the Seychelles Vanilla Orchid.

Mahé is the transportation hub for island-hops and day excursions to neighbouring islands and all other islands within Seychelles. All scheduled domestic flights by Air Seychelles originate from Mahé to the serviced islands.