Month: May 2022

Takamaka Rum Distillery, Mahé  Hours: Open Monday through to Friday from 10.30 till 16.30 and the free daily tours are at 11.00, 13.00 and 15.00.  Amount: Guided rum tastings start at 125 SCR  Location: Pointe Au Sel, Mahé (-4.719223, 55.523018)  Phone: +248 4283737  Go visit the home of the famous Takamaka Rum through a tour […]

St. Paul’s Cathedral  A beautiful little church with a heroic story to tell. It might seem odd that the church was built between 2000 and 2004, but this is where the story gets interesting: it was built in the original place of the Church that was built there before. The site on which the new […]

State House Public Tours State House is back offering tours to the public  Built in 1910, the State House is one of Victoria’s best-known colonial buildings. Within its grounds is the hillside grave of Jean Baptiste Quéau de Quincy, an 18th-century governor who is mostly remembered today for the legendary ease with which he surrendered […]

Sailing in Seychelles  What better way to enjoy and experience it all than under sail, with the wind behind you and the azure blue Indian Ocean in front of you while cruising the inner islands of Seychelles.  Most of the islands are less than 30 nautical miles apart, making it comfortable to sail from one […]

Water Sports Activities in Seychelles With over a million square kilometres of water, it’s no surprise that there are various water activities to try in Seychelles. This island nation has plenty of Water Sports activities for both locals and tourists. All over the islands of Seychelles, most hotels and water sports companies based on certain […]

Flying the world solo: 16-year-old ‘MackSolo’ arrives in Seychelles Why wait? You can achieve your dream even before you turn 18 years old, says a young pilot on a mission to break a world record after landing in Seychelles, one of the countries he is visiting on his solo quest. Setting out to become the […]

(Seychelles News Agency) – Seychelles is celebrating its African heritage through a series of activities that kicked off on Wednesday, May 25, to coincide with Africa Day. This year’s four-day event was launched by the Secretary General of the Seychelles National Institute of Culture, Heritage and the Arts, David Andre, in an evening filled with African […]

Baggage Information    How much luggage can I take to Seychelles?  Luggage allowances are different for each airline. We recommend checking the baggage information with your airline in advance of travelling. You can see which airlines travel to Seychelles, the Latest Entry Requirements and what is the Customs Formalities for Seychelles. Baggage Allowance – Domestic Flights for […]

In some of the stories we’ve heard about these creatures, they’re described as being slow and plodding, and they’re also occasionally obsessed with pizza, ninjitsu, and news reporters.   We are, of course, talking about Turtles!   World Turtle’s Day has been celebrated on May 23rd every year since 1990. This celebration aims to bring awareness […]

First Seychellois on European Trial in Marseille In October 2021 Hoareau was named captain of his school football team in Mont Fleuri. AND NOW is currently on trial at Olympique de Marseille, one of the biggest clubs in France and Europe! This is a first for Seychelles!  September 2021, young Lorenzo Hoareau was called up to the senior […]

(Seychelles News Agency) – SeyBrew, the flagship brand of Seychelles Breweries, has won a gold award in the International Lager category of the African Beer Cup, the company said on Tuesday. The iconic beer brand also clinched third overall in the competition for the title of Best Beer in Africa out of 251 beers by an expert panel during […]

Temple of Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Standing out against its backdrop of lush green hills, this striking Hindu temple is the only one to be found in Seychelles and is a relatively new addition to the town of Victoria, because it was only constructed in 1992. The Temple of Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar was named […]

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