If you have the opportunity to come in March during the Mahé Carnival, you will be able to admire different countries of the world to showcase their culture and achievements by marching on colorful carnival floats in the lively streets of Victoria.
Why not enjoy beach-hopping during your catamaran charter in Mahé? The beach of Anse Major is a hidden treasure far from roads or hotels. The only way to get there is by walking on the Anse Major trail or by a fisherman's boat. The tranquility and beauty of the place are inspiring. Surrounded by lush jungle that covers the slopes of the island. The beach had a glint of gold in the sun's glare, the gentle waves of the Indian Ocean crashing on the granite rocks that framed the beach. The ocean was an intense blue, where she met the distant sky in the infinite horizon.
The famous Stewardship Beach in South Mahé offers half a mile of white sand beach. There is no barrier, so the waves are much larger than most other beaches around the island, making it more suitable for surfing rather than swimming most of the time. During the southeast trade winds, waves can reach fearsome heights, but in the northwestern season, the trade of the sea winds is quieter. This beautiful beach is also a popular place for sunbathing.
The Seychelles archipelago is a coral formation and boasts the world's largest coral atoll, Aldabra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as pristine beaches with little or no habitation across these islands distant. This kind of diversity, as exciting as it may seem, leaves the traveler with an interesting dilemma - what to visit and for how long? Where do they stay, and how can they do it? Much of this depends on the individual, but for someone who wants to see and experience this unique adventure through its tropical diversity, the island experience on a Seychelles sailing trip is a fantastic way to get the most out of Seychelles.
Located eight kilometers northwest of Mahé, Shark Bank is considered the best dive site in Seychelles and a must-do when catamaran charter in Mahé. A granitic plateau interspersed with vast blocks of granite planted in the scenery with endless astonishment of a rich and diverse marine life. Diving at Shark Bank and be amazed by the beauty of white reef sharks. Swim with huge benches of fish that look like sparkling clouds that revolves around you in this underwater dream adventure. Shark Bank is famous for the large number of gray stripes that populate it. Close encounters with some of the most majestic creatures of the sea, colorful fish to take your breath away.
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