Top 10 snorkeling spots in Seychelles

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Creolepay’s Top snorkeling spots in Seychelles:

here are our list of top 10 snorkeling spots in Seychelles to explore and enjoy. Each of them have their own vivid nature to get fascinated. Please refer to our snorkeling tips in Seychelles before going for snorkeling.

coco island, Praslin island:

coco island of Seychelles has great fish varieties and corals, it comes first in the list of top 10 snorkeling spots in Seychelles. Its great choice to start snorkeling in Seychelles. It’s an isolated small island 6 to 7 kilometers from Praslin island having great coral reefs. The waters of this island are crystal clear so that you can have great snorkeling experience.

Grand Soeur Sisters island:

if you want both beach and snorkeling experience, Grand Soeur Sisters island comes first in the list of top 10 snorkeling spots in Seychelles. It’s better to check the weather before going to this island, because the one might experience high waves in bad weather. October to april are best month to visit this island and June to September are high tide month, so you should think double before going to this island.

Port launay, mahe island:

Port launay marine park tops the list of snorkeling spots in Seychelles, when it comes to snorkeling in mahe island. This marine park is safe zone for marine life so you can experience exceptional variety of fishes and other creatures here.

Anse Lazio, Praslin island:

Anse Lazio holds the record of most visited beach in Seychelles. Its has an gorgeous array of coral reefs. You can experience nice corals in this spot along a nice beach experience. This beach famous for its fine white sand and crystal clear waters.

Anse Source d’Argent, la digue island:

Anse Source d’Argent beach of la digue island holds the record of one of the most photographed beaches in the world. It comes to the top in the list of snorkeling spots in la digue island. You can plan for a beach picnic and a snorkeling experience with your family when you choose Anse Source d’Argent beach. This beach is protected by rich coral reefs, so you can swim calm and enjoy your great snorkeling experience.

Ste.anne marine national park, mahe island:

Snorkeling at Ste.anne marine national park is common in all excursions in mahe island. It holds the record of being oldest protected coral reefs and marine park, that’s the reason it’s included in all excursions. The mafaous hawksbill turtle nests in these islands, so you can see one if you are lucky.

The vista bay rocks, beau vallon, mahe island:

The vsita bay rocks are located to the north-western part of beau vallon bay area. Moray eels can be found from these areas. One can find large size old lobsters here. It has an array of reefs and granite rocks to explore.

Curieuse island:

This island located to 2 to 3 kilometers from Praslin island. The water are blue here and it is similar to vista bay rocks in beau vallon area in terms of reefs and granite formations. This island holds the record being oldest protected marine park like port launay national park. This marine park holds rich marine life to explore.

Channel rocks, Praslin island:

This place exactly in between Praslin and la digue island. It acts as a bridge to both island, so you can find a rich diversity of marine life which lives in both islands here. The waters are both deep and shallow. You can even encounter sharks in this region.

Anse marron:

Anse marron’s natural pools are not to miss hotspot of can have a fantastic snorkeling experience in these natural pools.

These are our collection of top 10 snorkeling spots in Seychelles. Each of them have their own vivid nature to get fascinated. Please refer to our snorkeling tips in Seychelles before going for snorkeling. Enjoy your snorkeling experience in paradise island.

refer to our Do’s and don’ts in snorkeling at Seychelles for precautions before you go to snorkel.

refer to our Marine life to see while snorkeling in seychelles, to know that species you can when snorkeling.

please refer to our list of snorkeling spots to know where to snorkel,

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