Seychelles Has Magnificent Waterfalls

For visitors to Seychelles, lying in the sun and swimming in the ocean at some of the world’s most stunning beaches and staying at Seychelles holiday resorts makes for a wonderful holiday break. However, soaking in freshwater after a good hike up a hill is an excellent alternative.

The Seychelles is known as a tropical paradise in the Indian Ocean, it will wow tourists with its richness of exotic fauna and flora. Residents are familiar with Seychelles’ waterfalls, and a couple has been promoted as a “must-see” for visitors to this archipelago in the Indian Ocean. Visit these natural wonders when you’re on the islands:

The following is a list of the top five waterfalls in Seychelles.

Waterfalls in Port Launay

Port Launay is one of the best places to stay in Seychelles. The waterfalls of Port Launay, on the west coast of the main island of Mahe, certainly hold first place among Seychelles’ natural attractions in terms of sheer size and volume. Along the way to the waterfall, you will pass beautiful tea gardens and several scenic viewpoints. Even from afar, the water glistens downhill from a hill that has been sculpted by the hammering water into shapes. If you come early enough, you can swim and relax in the pond all to yourself.  Cliff diving is also an option, but it should be performed with caution. 

Sauzier Waerrfall 

Sauzier Waterfalls is one of Seychelles’ beauties, with the same access point as Port Launay Waterfall but a shorter journey.

Waterfall on the Cascade River 

It’s not easy to reach the Cascade River Waterfall. The actual trek takes 3-4 hours to complete; therefore, people who do not have enough trekking experience must not do it without professional guidance. Because the trail gets steeper as it goes closer to the river, it is slippery and therefore should be approached with caution. But if you are up to the challenge, this hike is one of the best resort activities in Seychelles. The trek will take you through a beautiful valley, and a swim in the pond will ease any fatigue you may have felt on the trip.

Grand Anse Mahe waterfall 

A magnificent step-like cascade that dips into a pool is in sight. The source of water for these waterfalls is a basin situated between the hills of Bernicia and Cephal, coming all the way down from Salazie in the Morne Seychellois National Park, which is situated off the Grand Anse road on the west side of the main island of Mahe. Because the place is difficult to find, you should seek the assistance of the local population to assist you.

The observation spot is both risky and appealing after navigating over slick granite rocks. On a normal day, a bunch of children performs backflips into a deep pond from the vantage point. A trip to this location offers great photo opportunities, even though the journey might not be for the faint-hearted! The water is also a little chilly, but swimming and diving in the water are refreshing.

Vallee de Mai, Praslin Waterfall 

The Vallee de Mai is renowned as the “hidden treasure” because it is not visible on Google Maps. You will not regret skipping the beaches and going out of your room at Seychelles resorts if you see this secluded waterfall. Stunning rainbows, slippery rocks, large canopies with the sun rays finding their way into rainbows, and the ever relaxing sound of the waterfall will make you want to spend some time here and attempt to capture and immortalize its beauty by taking videos and pictures.

Story Seychelles – The Best Beach Resort in Mahe Seychelles  (H2)

The first thing you should do is book a room at Story Seychelles before heading into the exploration of the waterfalls. It is conveniently located in Beau Vallon Beach, one of the most affluent neighborhoods on the scenic island of Mahè, and is only 10 minutes from Victoria (the capital), 5 minutes from Morne Seychelles National Park, and 20 minutes from Seychelles International Airport. It is conveniently accessible to every Seychelles tourist attraction that you are planning to go to.

Beau Vallon Beach, with its 3 kilometers of white sand beach and blue water, is Mahe’s sole year-round swimmable beach. This Seychelles family resort boasts a natural coral just 50 meters from the beach, making it one of the best Seychelles honeymoon destinations.

If you’re planning a trip to the Seychelles, call Story Seychelles right now to make a reservation. Prepare for a once-in-a-lifetime journey in this tropical paradise. Once you’ve secured your Story Seychelles booking, don’t hesitate to contact their team for any assistance; they’ll go out of their way to ensure that your trip is absolutely amazing.

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