Scenic Flight Over Mahe Island
South Mahe Island Scenic (15 mn)
There is no better way to discover the magnificence of Seychelles, and its exceptional beauty than from the sky. You lift-off on your personal voyage of discovery to soar like an eagle across the granite forested mountain backbone of Mahé heading towards the Sainte Anne Marine Park, and a group of small islands a short distance from Victoria, the Capital. Then northwards, circling comfortably around the mountainous Morne Seychellois National Park and over the mystical coastline of Beau Vallon Bay before finally returning to your base.
Popular landmarks to the South: The Airport, Montagne Possee Prison, Anse Soleil and Petite Anse, Anse Takamaka & Intendance, South Point of Mahe, Anse Royale & Anse Aux Pins Bay. Hotels on this Southerly route: MAIA Resort, Banyan Tree, Kempinski Resort, Four Seasons Resort and Double Tree by Hilton.
Mahé is the largest island in the Seychelles archipelago, located in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of East Africa. Its relief is characterized by white sandy beaches, such as those of the famous seaside area of Beau Vallon, and granite peaks, especially the morne Seychellois, surrounded by the rainforest
You need to know
- € 24.50 registred fee to be paid per person
- The health pass is not mandatory for our tourist flights.
- For operational reasons, the days and times of flights may be subject to modification.
- You need to arrive 30mn before the flight for the boarding formalities
- You will be asked for a proof of identity before the flight
- All of our operators have a certification
- For your safety reasons, weather conditions can postpone your flight
You'll fly on Airbus H120
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The Eurocopter EC120 Colibri is a monoturbine light helicopter designed by Eurocopter in partnership with China National Aero-Technology Import & Export Corporation, Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation and ST Aerospace, and assembled in Eurocopter's workshops in Marignane. It has been designed to carry one pilot and four passengers, and has the versatility to adapt to the needs of its customers, be they private purchasers or public agencies, or even military. Since the name change of Airbus Helicopters, it has been renamed H120.