Visit the largest island in Seychelles! Mahe, in the northeast of the nation, houses most of the Seychelles population and charms you with its grandiose landscapes and lush vegetation. Mahe’s forests have rare endemic plants found only in the Seychelles, such as the Jellyfish tree, the carnivorous Seychelles Pitcher Plant, and many unique species of orchids. Pristine and unspoilt, southern Mahe has deserted beaches as well as underwater gardens. Visit the Craft Village, the Creole Institute, go for a walk, or embrace Mahe’s lively Creole culture if you ever get bored of beaches with sand as white and fine as talcum powder!


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