Weather in Mahe Island. Actual conditions and forecast

Map of wind conditions for Mahe Island area

Map of Mahe Island temperature forecast

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This temperature map is centered around Mahe Island. The map is real-time and interactive.

Rain forecast for Mahe Island area

1. Using the control panel above this map, you can check the rain forecast for Mahe Island for any period within next 10 days.
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This precipitation forecast map is centered around Mahe Island. The map is also real-time and interactive.
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More to see in Mahe Island
Active and inquisitive children who are always ready for another adventure should definitely like Mahe Island. There are not many entertainments for kids even in the capital city Victoria. A couple of football fields where all kids gather together, about a dozen slides and swings – the only things you can find in the city. Then, there are animation teams, playrooms and playgrounds for babies in any large hotel, so be ready that your children would like to equally participate in every adventure with you. However, you can go to the local cinema and watch something there in English. Even though the ticket office has its own rather peculiar working schedule, all the world premieres are on the same day here as the world ones. In the day time, they show various cartoons and family comedies. You can also take your children to the waterfall beside the track which right near the temple in Port Glaud. A walk through the rain forest might not be the longest but definitely fascinating, especially for kids, as well as swimming in clear water falling down from a several-tens-meters-height. If your child doesn’t mind walking on foot, you can simply discover the island together. There is a decent number of places with pure nature where unusual trees grow and diverse animals live (the ones typical for Seychelles, e.g. flying foxes). In addition, there are several routes: from a half-hour to a half-a-day or even longer. In case if your children can ride a bicycle, you rent it … Read further

Mahe Island guide chapters

Travel guide to Mahe Island

There are more than 70 beaches on Mahe Island. Travelers will also find numerous centers specializing in water sports. Local beaches are ideal for sunbathing, but they are also suitable for snorkeling, surfing, and scuba diving. Every day, vacationers are welcome to participate in fabulous excursions, yacht and boat rides. Beau Vallon remains the largest beach of the island. During the daytime, it is a calm place, … Open

Mahe Island for children - what to visit

Your child is already quite a nice swimmer? Then offer them to try snorkelling. Local waters are perfect for it – water is clear, lots of animals and just a few people on the beach. An atoll near the central beach of Beau Vallon Beach is rightly admitted being one of the most peculiar places for snorkelling. Amateur divers usually swim here. Besides, if your children are already eight years old, they can take … Open

Shopping, streets and outlets

Sometimes tourists are offered to buy a souvenir made of a turtle shell. Do not buy it if you don’t have any particular knowledge concerning these animals. For instance, if you buy such a purchase and then it appears that it was made from hawksbill endangered species, you might be sent to prison. Just buy yourself a hand-painted plate with turtles on it, there is a great variety of pottery. One of the … Open

Best beaches

There are many beaches that, despite the widespread influence of civilization, have retained their original beauty. Among them, the so-called Police Bay, a rocky stretch of coast has to be mentioned. Thickets of incredibly amazing exotic plants can be found next to it. Despite the apparent attractiveness, the beach isn’t suitable for swimming; dangerous bottom undercurrents make it available only for … Open

Traditions and mentality of Mahe Island

On the other hand, locals are not actually that serious about marriage. For example, women here can have children from different fathers and no one would say anything against it, including her current partner. It’s actually a matriarchal society. In case of divorce, kids always stay with their mother and, what is more, local laws are quite strict concerning those men who are trying to escape paying alimony or … Open

Cuisine and top restaurants

As for a desert, people usually just eat local fruit. Moreover, you can also have banana pancakes and ladob – a dish consists of ripe plantain and sweet potatoes which are boiled with coconut milk, sugar, vanilla, and nutmeg until it’s creamy. You can have it with local black tea served with vanilla and cinnamon. Locals drink ice coffee or lemon balm infusion. Concerning alcohol, calou – an alcoholic … Open

Climate in Seychelles and weather forecast - best seasons for visit

Winter in the Seychelles starts on a rather conventional concept, mostly due to calendar indicators. Nevertheless, there are some differences from summer weather. For example, the northwestern regular monsoon brings with it a large amount of precipitation. At the same time, the air temperature is in its highest in winter, reaching 27°C in the daytime and dropping only to 26-27°C at night. In general, December is the hottest month on the islands. Most tourists suffer quite a bit of this weather which is characterized by high temperatures and a high humidity which sometimes reaches a hundred percent. In January, the amount of precipitation does not decrease but the air temperature still decreases by 2-3°C. With the arrival of February, the rains become less frequent and the temperature gradually reaches a comfortable level; about 29-30°C in the afternoon. … Open

Atmosphere of Seychelles: politics

The supreme legislative body is the National Assembly. This body consists of only thirty-five deputies. Elections of candidates are held using the mixed type (majority and proportional type). In other words, twenty-five people get to the post in the National Assembly by universal suffrage of the residents of the Seychelles, while the rest of the deputies get to the post in equal numbers from parties, which in the last elections gained more than nine percent of votes. It is worth noting that despite the fact that Seychelles has long been not part of Great Britain, the legislative power is still based on the English common law. Also, some decisions are taken from French civil law and generally accepted case law. … Open

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