Mahé remains unspoiled and undeveloped and exploring the island is highly recommended. The ‘wild south’ in particular features superb scenery combined with spectacular flora and fauna and pristine beaches. A full day trip will introduce you to the Botanical Gardens, Mission Lodge (the ancient ruins of a school for slave children in a fairy-tale setting beneath a `living cathedral' of towering Dragon's Blood trees), Cap Lazare Nature Reserve (home to one of the largest land tortoises' colonies of the islands) and Port Launay, one of the Seychelles' most pristine marine parks.
Mahé is also the hub for island-hops and day excursions to neighbouring islands such as Praslin, Cerf Island, Moyenne Island, Sainte Anne Marine Park and all other islands within the Seychelles.
We offer a selection of some of the finest 4* and 5* hotels and resorts which are located in the south of the island and in the north west. Although there are many modern hotels on Mahé, most have been constructed to blend into the Seychelles tropical scenery, so the island still remains relatively unspolit.