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Forum Posts

Car rental in Seychelles?

by ashvin82

Hi, I am going to Mahé soon and am looking to hire a car during my one-week stay here. I have been recommended Echo cars (http://www.echocars.sc) but they don't list any price on their website. Are there any other alternatives? Thanks.

Re: Car rental in Seychelles?

by skippinrocks

We rented a car from the Berjaya hotel on Mahe. If you go to their website, you should be able to set something up through them. Also, some of the other hotels have cars available. There is a travel service there called Creole travel that can also set this up for you, but I don't know their website.

Re: Car rental in Seychelles?

by Chocoprincess

Hello I can recommend you a car hire at 35 euro per day if its ok with you send me a private message

Travel Tips for Mahé

Clock tower in Victoria

by Blanula

The erection of the clock tower, using winches and pulleys, took nine days to complete, the last rivet driven in on March 27, 1903.

The clock tower was originally black and oil lamps were fixed on the four sides. Four decades later the Victoria City Council decided that it should be painted with a lustrous silver and it has been in that colour ever since.

It is in the centre of Victoria in the middle of a roundabout. You cannot miss it.

Sey Brew

by MikeAtSea

Well not quiet a cultural tip - but in some countries a beer is part of culture isn't it. Since the first bottle rolled off the production line of Seychelles Breweries Ltd in June 1972, SeyBrew Lager has been the favourite beer of Seychelles. SeyBrew is brewed with the finest malt and hops imported from Europe, Australia and South Africa. And after a hot day it is the best drink on the islands to squench your thirst!!

tiny fish-markets everywhere

by globetrott

Fish is sold all over the island of Mahe and that way you will find a small "fishmarket" in almost every village of the island. It is always interesting to see these colorful fishes, that are mostly on display somewhere, where cars can make a stop.

Secluded beach

by kyoub

If you are looking for a secluded beach where you can swim, this is it.
Anse Soliel is a pretty little small bay with a wide sandy beach, The water is clear, a good place for snorkeling or swimming. There is also a wide variety of fish here if you want to try your luck at fishing.

Un drole de coco !

by Muya

Strange story for a strange nut...
Indeed, the coco the mer nut is the only fruit shaped like a woman?s intimate part. But the story doesn?t stop here?Actually, there is a male and a female tree, and the fecondation between the two gives the fruit called ?cocofesse?, carried by the female tree. As you can see on the picture, the flower of the male tree is also special ! In the first months of its existence, the nut contains a sort of white transparent jelly, which could be compared to man?s semen?
For a long time, people have attributed aphrodisiac virtues to this nut and numerous kings would pay a lot to get them. Charles Gordon, a british general, even compared it to the forbidden fruit of the Bible, growing in what he believed to be the Garden of Eden. This garden was actually the Vall?e de Mai on Praslin, only place where the coco de mer now growths.Actually, some can still be seen in Mah? (at the Botanical gardens of Victoria or the King?s Garden), but only a few.
The coco de mer tree, endemic to the Seychelles, can measure up to 35 m and reach the old age of 8 centuries !
A nut usually weights10 to 15 kg and is 30 cm long but each nut is different. You can bring a cocofesse back home, but they are protected by the Governement, so be careful to get it legally... The price of such a particular nut goes from 1200 to 2000 rupees ! And don?t forget to ask the paper certifying you can get the nut out of the country, otherwise, you?ll get a fine !

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