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Mahe

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Gateway to the stunning Seychelles archipelago

Mahe may be the largest and most densely populated island in The Seychelles, but at only 17 miles long and 5 miles wide it is delightfully compact and easily explorable. The joy of Mahe is the variety it offers: glorious coastal scenery ranging from wild granite cliffs to tranquil palm-fringed bays, while inland are high hills and remote rainforest and throughout the island are small towns and a unique Creole culture.

Why visit Mahe?

  • Beautiful array of beaches
  • Magnificent natural landscapes
  • Access to other islands
  • Creole culture
  • Bustling Victoria
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Tropical Hideaway

Tropical Hideaway

From £37 pp
Bronze

This small newly built complex is just five minutes walk to Beau Vallon Beach where miles of soft, white sand and calm, turquoise waters await you.

Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino - Terrace and Beach

Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort & Casino

From £73 pp
Bronze

Situated on one of the most beautiful beaches on Mahe Island, Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Beach Resort boasts lush tropical gardens and pristine white beaches.

DoubleTree by Hilton Allamanda - Aerial

Allamanda Resort & Spa

From £96 pp
Silver

This charming resort lies in the south of Mahé and is bordered by a superb beach, a beautiful lagoon and complimented by the surrounding mountains and lush tropical foliage.

CaranaBeach - Aerial

CaranaBeach

From £136 pp
Silver

This new boutique hotel overlooks a dramatically picturesque beach.

Constance Ephelia - Beach

Constance Ephelia

From £171 pp
Gold

Situated on two of Mahe's most beautiful beaches and overlooking the marine national park of Port Launay, this beautiful landscape is the stunning backdrop for this haven of luxury.

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The facts:

Getting there: Mahe is just over 10 hours flying with British Airways direct from the UK.

Best time to travel: Generally the considered best times to visit are March/April or October/November as the weather is most settled. June to September, though usually dry, can be very windy.

Seychelles climate:

Seychelles Climate Chart