Paradise on earth

The Seychelles

 115 granite and coral islands extend from between 4 and 10 degrees south of the equator and lie between 480km and 1,600km from the east coast of Africa in the western Indian Ocean. 
Of these 115 islands, 41 The Inner Islands constitute the oldest mid-oceanic granite islands on earth while a further 74 form the 5 groups of low-lying coral atolls and reef islets that are the Outer Islands.

Seychelles is home to no less than two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the legendary Vallée de Mai on Praslin where the wondrously shaped Coco-de-mer nut grows high on ancient palms and the fabled Aldabra, the world’s largest raised coral atoll

Mahé

Mahé is the largest island in the Seychelles archipelago. Its terrain is defined by white-sand beaches such as those in the popular resort area of Beau Vallon, and granite peaks.
 The island is also home to Victoria, Seychelles' capital, known for Creole architecture and a colourful covered market with wares like fishes, fruits and clothing and souvenirs

Climate

The Seychelles' climate is one which is always warm and does not reach extremes of heat or cold. The temperature rarely drops below 24°C or rises above 32°C. All but the remotest southern islands lie outside the cyclone belt making Seychelles’ a year round destination for sun and beach lovers.


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Highlights of Mahe island tours