A piece of Seychelles history with spectacular view. There are many interesting trees and plants along the path to the viewing platform.
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After a pleasant drive it was good to get out and wander up to the viewpoint here. You can see the peaks in the foreground and the winding coastline of Mahe meander into the distance - stunning.
A few miles after the Tea Factory on Sans Soucci Road you find a little street which leads you to the Mission Lodge which was a school in the older days. On the way to the lodge you learn about the history and the trees...More
We took the San Soucis road on our way back to Victoria from Port Lunay!! You should not miss it as its an on spot match location on google maps as well as the printed map. There is a car park available. No entry fees....More
It's a lookout, so it's best to visit when the sky is crystal clear, but when you visit there, you will also notice the forest you are going to from the parking lot to the lodge is extremely attractive. When you visit there on a...More
If you are in the area, it is definately worth a visit. Wonder around the remains of the childer slaves shelter and walk to the edge of the cliff for incredible views of the island. Buy a refreshment from the nice lady there and feel...More
Very beautiful views. This is easy to get to and the walk from the car park is very short. Very interesting history.