It will all start in Victoria which is the Capital of Mahe the main island of Seychelles. The Victoria port of entry, Airport, or any designated hotel is where to pick up and drop off will be. Victoria, the world’s smallest capital with a population of nearly 20 thousand, consists of the following as the main attractions right in the middle of its heart: Exciting things to do in Mahe – Seychelles.
The Clock Tower, the Indian temple, Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clark market, museums are only a few.
Thanks to many years of isolation, Mahe island has an exceptional natural environment and very well preserved flora. The botanical garden is where nature lovers will not be disappointed as it is the home of many endemic species. The Coco de Mer, the fruit bat, breadfruit, and orchid garden just to name a few.
The North part is beau Vallon beach most popular on the island.
Numerous nature trails winding through them. Copolia trail, Mission lodge, tea factory, and Grand-Anse beach are the main ‘stops’ that we will make along the way before we finish at the port.
Pick up from Hotels and you will drive to Victoria, the first stop (in town). This is where you will visit the Museums, Market place, Indian temple (all within the town). You will be spending around 1 hour 30 minutes visiting the Capital.
A Short drive to Mont Fleuri (bordering district) to stop and visit the Botanical garden.
To reach Beau Vallon it is another short drive of about 20 minutes. This is where visitors will be able to see the most visited beach in Seychelles.
After this you will drive to the Mountains to visit the Mission Lodge, tea factory, drive down to Port Launey beach were the biggest resorts Constance Ephelia can be found. Grand Anse beaches a must to see and we will come down via La Misere viewpoint and back to Victoria.
10:00 AM: Pick up from hotel
11:30 AM: Explore Victoria Market
01:00 PM: Visit Port Glaud Lagoon
03:00 PM: Drop off at Hotel
The tour will allow you to discover Mahe island with a local licensed guide who will provide information on the history, geography, culture, and all other aspects of Seychelles and living in Seychelles. The tour includes a visit to the capital Victoria, and the Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke Market. Island Exploration offers clients customized tours according to their interests and requirements.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Seychelles In March
Q. What is the typical range of hotel accommodation rates in Seychelles?
A. Mahe is the main island in the Seychelles. It offers a wide range of hotel accommodations from budget to five-star hotels. You can stay at as low as INR 1,000 a night to INR 8,000 a night on a twin-sharing basis.
Q. What kind of clothing should we pack for Seychelles trip?
A. Being a tropical country and a warm island, woolens are a big NO. Regular cotton and a lot of towels and a good number of beachwear must be carried.
Q. Is the consumption of liquor allowed on the beaches in Seychelles?
A. Though being an open society, the consumption of liquor on beaches is not allowed. You may enjoy a bottle or two of beer at the poolside or on the beach.
Q. Is Seychelles safe enough for tourists?
A. The government of Seychelles through the Tourism Department has strict regulatory control over the activities of travel agencies and guides. The local police are cooperative and the island of Seychelles is relatively crime-free.
Q. What is the temperature in Seychelles in March?
A. The weather in Seychelles in March is really pleasant which makes traveling around much easier. The temperature during this month hovers at around 28 degrees Celsius.
Q. What are some places to visit in Seychelles in March?
A. Some of the most amazing places to visit in Seychelles in March are Praslin Island, Silhouette Island, Anse Lazio, and Mahe Island.
Q. How long is a flight to Seychelles?
A. It takes around 10 hours for a flight to reach Seychelles.
Q. What are the best things to do in Seychelles in March?
A. Some of the best things to do in Seychelles are rock climbing, scuba diving, snorkeling, zip-lining, and much more.