The azure blue waters of Seychelles are undoubtedly the island’s greatest appeal. Explore the rich and diverse marine life and coral through one of many Seychelles snorkelling excursions.
Anse Royale is one of the most popular Mahé beaches as the bay is protected by a coral reef. Snorkelling is great around the nearby Souris Island and it's also a perfect spot to relax in the still waters of the Indian Ocean.
Anse Soleil is a perfect Mahé beach to bask in the sun, float in the calm waters or snorkel the surrounding reef which is alive with sea life. Although quite tricky to get to, this picturesque beach is a must-see for all visitors.
Anse Souillac is a tiny cove well-worth a stop. This is the right place for a quiet and relaxed day on the beach. The bay is located in the west of Mahé, mostly deserted and thus ideal for undisturbed Seychelles snorkelling and swimming.
A sweeping white sandy beach, Baie Lazare is situated in a beautiful bay, which allows for calm waters. The beach is situated on the south west coast of Mahé and is a historical location. Lazare Picaults, the French voyager landed here in 1743 and made it an island of France
A paradise for snorkelers and divers, the Baie Ternay marine park is admired for its astounding seashore fringed by calm turquoise shallows and abundant marine life. With no direct coastal road access, this park retains its exclusivity and natural beauty.
An idyllic piece of beach, lined with vegetation and known for crystal clear waters. An ideal spot to stop over for an enjoyable day of snorkelling in Seychelles, Cap Ternay is often frequented by yachts as an anchorage point.
A small half-moon beach, Port Launay lines the Marine National Park and is very popular with swimmers and snorkelers. What’s more, it is a popular anchorage for yachts as it's protected from the prevailing winds all year long.
As the name of the beach suggests, the sunsets here are breath-taking. This picture-perfect beach, with white sand and typical granite formations, is also highly recommended for swimming and snorkelling during the day.