Anse Major Trail, Mahe, Seychelles Part 2/2
On the way, for part of the trail, there is tree cover. But there are some patches which are not covered by trees. The trail is very well marked and there is no chance of getting lost.
Anse Major Trail, Mahe, Seychelles Part 1/2
This is another trail in Seychelles. At the end of it you are rewarded with a beautiful beach, which is almost like your private beach.
You can take a bus no 21 from main bus station and get down at the last point. After that there is a inclining road for about 200 meters and then you reach the starting point.
The steps take you to the long trail, but it is not straining your leg muscles. There is not much of inclination, and most of the time, it is a straight path. On your left side you see the cast ocean and some islands at distance. If you start very early in the morning, which you must, then you the can see the changing shades of the already blue water.
There is a water stream coming down from the mountains, which crosses your path half way. The water is safe to drink. Apart from that stream, there is no other water source on the way.
On the way there are some observation points, which are worth spending some time. At the end of the trail, there is a beautiful beach. Though it is a small one, but still good for family get together.
Next to the beach, there is another small beach, which is popular among tourists and locals too. In case you are too tired to walk back, you can hire a small water taxi from there.
It is necessary to carry enough water and food with you. A hat is also required, in case the day is too hot.