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Mission Lodge Lookout

Sans Soucis road, Victoria, Mahe Island, Seychelles
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Sans Soucis road, Victoria, Mahe Island, Seychelles
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Reviewed yesterday

The trip to the Mission Lodge Lookout is somewhat adventurous by car with narrow and steep roads but not a problem for experienced drivers. Lookout is truly magnificent! The history of the site (mission House for enslaved children that were freed) is interesting but is...More

Thank Arvid71
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you are touring around in a car and on this road then it is well worth a visit. The views are amazing and the history is interesting. Lots of people were here when we went but don't stay long so you each get a...More

Thank flexible
Reviewed 1 week ago

A place with interesting facts relating to Seychelles history. Beautiful view over the western part of the island. In the middle of forest and smells nicely of cinnamon, as the cinnamon trees are all around, including also mahagony trees. On the way from Victoria you...More

Thank jh0m0lka
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are hiring a car, then you must visit this site, The drive here is amazing through the hills and jungle with amazing views, The history of this place is very interesting and it also has a large selection of trees including Cinnamon, which...More

Thank hypnomick
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are taking a tour of Mahe Island you will come to this sight for sure. May be the highest point on the Island offers wonderful sighting of the Island and waters below. There are some old standing trees with their roots exposed possible...More

Thank SunnyKochhar
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Seychelles is not only paradise beaches that's why if you want to see something different but not less beautiful then beach you should go to Mission Lodge and get you big portion of emotions. The mountains seems of all shades of Blue and Green. Peace...More

Thank juliatraveller2014
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fabulous view and a lovely place to sit and enjoy a packed lunch (take your own food as there is nothing on sale at this location).

Thank Dianne D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This represents a piece of Seychelles history and is well worth a stop if you are driving by. Good view too.

Thank Jon R
Reviewed 16 September 2017

We took a drive up here. Worth the look. The view is fabulous and we found it really interesting to find out a little more about the history of the island, its people, slavery and the Mission Lodge and the village itself. A few signs...More

Thank Teej_W
Reviewed 12 September 2017

Good view from this historical lookout. Apparently The Queen once sat & had tea here. There is free parking & you could have a picnic here. Some information boards telling the story of the Mission.

Thank staceyjeen
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Response from LPowellAssa | Reviewed this property |
I did not drive myself and didn't visit all of the island, but of the roads on which I did travel, it didn't look too hard, especially compared to a large city like Dubai. Note that they do drive on the other side of the... More