4. Stop by the local bars and restaurants
There is also the option to do the Belle Vue hike in the daylight and make the most of the casual, quirky, boutique bar Snack Bellevue, built halfway up the trek. The bar features on TripAdvisor’s ‘Top 10 Best Seychelles Restaurants’, and if you can move past the plastic tables and laidback attitude and embrace the uniqueness of this eatery’s position then you might fall in love with it just as I did. It is positioned at the top of the road portion of the hike and possesses some of the most incredible and breathtaking views of any restaurant I’ve ever been to. It is a popular choice for sunset dinners, and its quirky casual nature and reclusive position create an intimate dining experience whilst you watch the sun set over the nearby islands and surrounding ocean.
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