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Snorkeling Tour

Snorkeling Tour Packages
Country: Seychelles
City: Victoria
Duration: 4 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Snorkeling

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Water world : The saying goes that God made the Seychelles with sailors in mind, and viewing these islands from the ocean is difficult to beat. Start with a trip to Praslin or La Digue on the fast catamaran, Cat Cocos – you might even spot a dolphin or whale. Excursions are available from the main islands of Mahé, Praslin and La Digue to surrounding islands for swimming, snorkelling and beach barbecues. For the more adventurous, there are great thrills to be had on deep-sea fishing or diving expeditions. It’s not uncommon to see up to 800 different species on a dive, including turtles, several species of ray, grouper, parrotfish, hump-head wrasse and a kaleidoscopic array of coral reef fish.

Where you can do snorkelling


Located in the south-west of Mahe: Anse Takamaka is a picturesque combination of clear waters, a large sandy surface and beautiful mountain scenery. It is one of Mahe’s most beautiful beaches, often seen on postcards and it offers possibilities for swimming, snorkelling and even paddle boarding, in the calm shallow waters.


Glacis Beach is actually more than just one beach, boasting two distinct sections separated by rocky formations. Its deep waters are safe for swimming and snorkelling and it also offers superb vistas of Beau Vallon and Silhouette Island.


Located in the north of Mahé, Anse Machabée is a small, often overlooked beach but one that nonetheless offers a visually impressive panorama, beautiful sands and great opportunities for swimming and snorkelling.


Situated opposite L’islette island, one of the Constance Ephelia's two main beaches, Anse L'Islette, is a scenic bay within view of a small island and with waters so shallow it is possible to walk out to the island. Although a very attractive beach, swimmers will favour Port Ternay for deeper waters and great snorkelling. The beach is best accessed from the Ephelia resort.


Anse Bougainville can be found to the south-east of Mahé, close to Anse Baleine and Anse Royale. This protected beach with its tranquil waters benefits from the protection of a coral reef and is safe for swimming and snorkelling as well as conveniently located when it comes to nearby shops and restaurants.

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