Mahe Island SEZ Airport Shuttle
Mahe Island Airport Transportation
Seychelles International Airport (SEZ)
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Mahe Island Airport Shuttles
Seychelles International Airport Shuttles
Before you book your shuttle, know exactly where you’re going, choosing between a variety of smaller beach towns and neighborhoods sprawled across the isle. If you’re headed to Victoria, the main hotspots are the Pier Ward, which offers instant access to the central botanical garden and ferry terminals, and several beachside locales on the northern peninsula, which include De Quincy, Vista do Mar, and Machabee. For something quieter, choose between several upscale resorts and private beaches in the far southern peninsula, including Petite Anse, Quatre Bornes, and Pointe Au Sel.
Take care of your trip by making sure everything stays organized, starting with your shuttle reservation. Print out any confirmation emails for added security, doing the same for any other important bookings, whether it’s a view around the isle via Diving Cruises Seychelles or a spa appointment at the Four Seasons. Be sure to also scan important physical documents, including medical prescriptions, passports, and identification, then storing those must-have items somewhere digital, such as an email inbox or cloud storage service.
About Seychelles International Airport
If you end up staying inside the airport for longer than expected, unwind with on-site goodies. Located in the international terminal are several eateries that include classic American eats, from pizza to burgers, at Le Terminale Coffee Shop, as well as French-style croissants at Café Paradiso, not to mention the all-day breakfast and applauded drinks at The Coffee Club. Shopping opportunities include locally crafted souvenirs at Queen Creole, jewelry at Jouel, as well as beads & garments at KANKAN. If you’re hanging out in the Domestic terminal, there are simple goodies at Buy & Fly as well as cafeteria-style eats at Sky Chefs Shop.
And if there’s one more thing the airport’s location has to offer, it’s a wide array of local attractions and getaways that include views of Turtle Bay from the Seychelles Golf Club, and just next-door to the golf courses, the unique architecture of St. Michael’s Catholic Church. Just east of the airport is sandy relaxation provided by Seychelles Airport Beach, accessible via East Coast Road. Take that road along the shores to reach Val des Pres Estate – Craft Village, a busy bazaar that offers local produce, handicrafts, and a stunning colonial-style plantation that once housed slaves.
Explore what lies beyond the coastal capital by checking out other getaways on the island. Find an amazing lookout at Morne Seychellois National Park, home to the highest peak of all the archipelago as well as the acclaimed Sauzier and Port Glaud Waterfalls, which funnel out the rapid stream of L’Isletta River. Also located within the foothills of the national park is the Tea Factory museum, the famous Mission Lodges, and memorable lookouts from Morne Blanc View Point, all of which is accessible through the medium-difficulty Morne Blanc Trail. Find the best beach for ending the evening as well, choosing between Beau Vallon famous snorkeling and seafood, or the remote quietude of Anse Intendance, located on the far southern peninsula and known for its single bar. And don’t leave Mahé without trying the most popular eateries, from the international menu at Del Place to unforgettable Mediterranean Italian at La Perle Noire.
Lounges at Seychelles Airport