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List of official Trails in Seychelles In Seychelles, you can find both official and unofficial walking trails. Official trails are typically indicated with clear signage, and their paths are well-maintained and marked. On the other hand, unofficial trails lack directional signs, and their paths may not be regularly maintained. Therefore, before embarking on any trail, […]

Morne Seychellois Nature Trail Seychelles – Mahe Island This trail guides you to the highest peak in Seychelles. This high-difficulty level path predominantly involves steep ascents, traverses streams, and passes through old cinnamon plantations. It serves as a habitat for a diverse range of endemic species. Length: 2.3 km Duration: +- 3 Hours Difficulty: Very-High Location: Located on […]

Natural History Museum in Seychelles (Currently Closed for renovations)  The Seychelles Natural History Museum stands as a shining symbol of the nation’s abundant natural and historical heritage. This museum weaves a captivating narrative of Seychelles’ plant life, wildlife, geology, and anthropology, offering an immersive exploration of the island’s exceptional biodiversity. This cultural institution represents a […]

The National Museum of History of Seychelles The National Museum of History  has the responsibility of acquiring, safeguarding, and presenting historical artifacts for the public’s benefit. Its exhibits showcase the rich history of Seychelles and feature ethnologically significant objects that offer a glimpse into traditions and ways of life from bygone eras. The primary mission […]

In the heart of Eden Plaza is Café Eden With tranquil panoramic views of the Eden Island Marina, discover the magic of Café Eden was opened with the hopes of creating a warm and welcoming place at which interesting individuals would meet in Eden Plaza on the main island of Mahe, Seychelles. Café Eden is […]

The Seychelles Nature Trail 2023 has been officially launched and is now open for registration. What are you planning to do on 13th May this year?   Well if you like nature trails, this is the perfect event for you. The first ever Seychelles Nature Trail Event is happening on Mahe, and aims to develop green […]

Copolia Nature Trail Seychelles – Mahe Island Copolia Nature Trail Seychelles is one of the few spectacular mountaintop hikes in beautiful Seychelles with an absolutely fantastic bird’s eye view of the mysteriously exotic blue Indian Ocean overlooking the east coast of the main island up to the country’s International Airport. You can also spot the […]

13th February 2023

LA DOMUS Seycelles 3

La Domus A magnificent and majestic building, the Domicilium is the residence of the Catholic Priests and a symbol of the early years that young Christian missionaries ventured on the shores of our regal islands to spread the gospel. Brother Gélase was a Capuchin missionary from the province of Fribourg in western Switzerland, and arrived […]

The Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Fountain The Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Fountain was unveiled on the 5th of January 1900 by lady Sweet-Escott, the wife of the queen’s administrator, Ernest Bickham Sweet-Escott as a celebration of Queen Victoria’s reign. The Fountain is of pure artistic value and is made of porcelain, decorated with intricate and […]

Zonm Lib – Free Man The Zonm Lib (Free Man) or also Liberation Monument represents a major political milestone in the history of Seychelles. It is a powerful symbol of the people of Seychelles who revolted against colonial oppression on June 5, 1977.  The metal statue used to stand behind the People’s Stadium on 5th […]

Liberty Monument  Unveiled in June 2014, the Liberty Monument is cast in solid bronze and was designed by Tom Bowers, and it shows a man and a woman standing strong, holding the Seychelles National Flag overhead. When the statue was unveiled, the president at the time, James Michel said that it represented “the unity of […]

The first hospital constructed in Seychelles was a wooden building located in the center of the Capital Victoria (Etablissement Du Roi). It was constructed sometime in the 18th century, (after 1778) not far from what is now the old Bel Air Cemetery, up what is now called Revolution Avenue. The Hospital was relocated to a […]


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