PHOTO BY Jean-Marie Hullot, cb Some rights reserved
MAHÉ, SEYCHELLES ISLANDS
The Seychelles are a group of 115 islands, only a few inhabited, in the Indian Ocean that lie off the coast of East Africa, northeast of Madagascar. Many of the beaches are untouched by man's influence and are refreshingly uncrowded. They offer clear blue skies and a tranquility you will rarely find. Mahé is the largest and most populous island in the Seychelles, home to 90% of the country's population and its largest airport. A hike along the coastline from Beau Vallon to Anse Major will take about 1.5-2 hours and your reward will be a small deserted beach that's fit for a king. The scenery along the hike is breath-taking. Not all beaches are suitable for swimming depending on the time of year, due to the seasonal winds.
FOTOPEDIA MAGAZINE | 05/25/13TEXT FROM WIKITRAVEL, cba SOME RIGHTS RESERVED.PHOTO BY Jean-Marie Hullot, cb Some rights reserved