Mahe is the largest and most developed island of the Seychelles archipelago. An area of 28 x 8 km is home to approximately 72,000 people, which is 80% of the total population of the state. Nearly ⅔ of the buildings are built on bulk land, as housing needs and infrastructure are very acute for the islanders. The epicenter of life is on the north and east coasts.
Mahe is in great demand among tourists, as the optimal balance between the benefits of civilization with noisy discos, asphalt roads, comfortable hotels, fashionable restaurants and natural beauties is found here. Mountains covered with emerald jungle pass into gorgeous beaches, framed by slender rows of coconut palms.
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Tourists come to the island of Mahe to enjoy exotic nature: picturesque views, beaches, animals, plants and colorful marine life.
It is problematic to get vivid impressions exclusively from the hotel window, so you should go on excursions, the choice of which is very wide.
It is the second largest island of the Seychelles archipelago, located about 47 km from Mahe. Praslin is known worldwide. In the 19th century, pirates regularly landed on its shores, so it is possible that a real treasure is buried somewhere. Continue reading
Phuket Airport is an important transport hub that serves thousands of people daily. In terms of the number of passengers carried, it takes 2nd place in the Kingdom of Siam. Here, planes take off and land, flying both within the country and around the world. Here are some tips to keep in mind.
The building was renovated in the summer of 2015, the infrastructure and appearance were improved. It offers travelers 3 floors and 2 terminals: local (right) and international (left). Arrivals are served on the 1st floor, departures – on the 2nd, offices are located on the 3rd. Continue reading