There are a number of modes of transport in Seychelles.
Seychelles possesses transportation systems which include: 453km of roads (of which 400km are paved), seaports and airports.
Drive on the left. The speed limit is supposed to be 40kmh in built-up areas, 65kmh outside towns and 80kmh on the dual carriageway between Victoria and the airport. On Praslin the limit is 40kmh throughout the island.
operate on Mahe and Praslin. It is important to agree the fare with the driver in advance.
There is no train service
on the islands.
In terms of sea transport
, the main port is Victoria, and Seychelles has no merchant marine.
Ferries sail regularly between Mahe, Praslin and La Digue.
Less regularly, boats sail to Cousin Island from Mahe and Praslin.
There is a boat to Bird Island from Mahe.
There are fourteen airports
in Seychelles, the major ones including Seychelles International Airport and Praslin Island Airport.
There are Air Seychelles internal flights
between Mahe and:
Des Roches Island
Air Seychelles www.airseychelles.net
takes care of all interisland flights, whether scheduled or charter. In operation since 1978, Air Seychelles has evolved from a purely domestic operation into a professional and highly respected National Carrier, transforming it into an important lifeline which supports the tourism industry of this unique archipelago of 115 islands widely considered to be the most beautiful on earth.