Explore the wilder side of Mahé in the untamed south of the island, experiencing village life, spectacular beaches and a beautiful nature reserve.
Your day starts in historic Victoria, at the morning market, where you'll get a flavour of one of the world's smallest capitals. You'll then take a scenic drive up into the mountains where you'll have the most amazing views of the island's beaches and rolling hills. You'll stop at Mission Lodge - the site of an old school for slave children, and now home to some very rare Seychellois birds. Then wind back down to the coast passing through little hamlets, to the stunning reserve at Cap Lazare, where you'll lunch on the beachfront amongst heavily scented frangipani trees. The afternoon is yours to wander through the manicured gardens, see the large population of Giant Tortoises and explore the crystal clear water and its aquatic life.
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