Half Day Guided Snorkeling Tour

If you’d like to discover and learn about the fascinating marine creatures of the reef, we can offer you a guided snorkeling tour with one of our guide. Ideal for novice snorkelers you will be able to swim with the fish and explore the wonders of the reef with one of our knowledgeable guides […]
  • Duration3 Hours
  • Maximum Seats1
  • LocationSeychelles, Mahe

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Half Day Guided Snorkeling Tour 0 0 1 Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 3 Hours

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If you’d like to discover and learn about the fascinating marine creatures of the reef, we can offer you a guided snorkeling tour with one of our guide.

Ideal for novice snorkelers you will be able to swim with the fish and explore the wonders of the reef with one of our knowledgeable guides by your side.

Snorkeling tours are conducted by experienced, educated staff, well-informed in the reef fish and corals .Guides tow a life ring behind them, which serves as both a reference and additional floatation, should you become tired. This is something you would like to have close by if you are new to snorkeling.

This tour starts directly from the beach, depending on your level of experience, both beginner and more advanced tours are offered.

The tour consists of four 45 minutes sessions.

Start Time:10:00 am

Finish Time:13:00

Start Time may be subjected to tide movement.

Before entering the water your guide will teach you how to inflate and deflate your buoyancy aid (snorkeling vest), use of the whistle for emergencies, hand signals to communicate to each other or the shore party and how to breath comfortably through the snorkel mouthpiece and ensure the mask makes a good seal with your face so that it does not leak. Entry and exits from the water depend on each location but you will be briefed on this too.

The tours location depends on the time of the year:
From October to April:

North East Monsoon the North coast is not ideal for snorkeling tours are conducted on the South East coast:

Tours Locations:
  • Anse Soleil
  • Baie Lazare
  • Anse Gouverdment
  • Takamaka Beach
  • Anse Royale Beach (Fairy Land)

From May to September: South East Monsoon the South coast is not ideal for snorkeling, tour are conducted on the North coast.

Tour Locations:
  • Sunset Beach
  • Vista Domar Beach
  • Port Launay
THINGS YOU SHOULD BRING:

Sun block lotion, Towel, Swim Wear, Hat, safety shoes, snorkeling equipment

Important Information:
  • Snorkeling can be a strenuous activity. Please use caution and inform our crew of any medical conditions
  • Weather conditions: We cannot predict the weather conditions for snorkeling even for the best season. For safety reasons, tour and activities are dependent on SEA & WEATHER CONDITIONS.

We reserve the rights to CANCEL or POSTPONE the tour or any activities if we deem there is an absence of a safe operating environment. We monitor closely weather changes through the Meteorological Department and will recommend all tours booked 1 day in advance for any postponement or cancellations due to bad weather.

Locations

Beau Vallon

Beau Vallon

Beau Vallon is a bay on the north western coast of Mahé in the Seychelles. Beau Vallon Beach is a very frequented and maybe the most popular on the island. It is known as a base for diving and snorkelling due to its clear waters and coral reefs.
Mahe Island

Mahe Island

Mahé is the largest island (157.3 km²) of Seychelles, lying in the northeast of the nation in the Indian Ocean. The population of Mahé was 77,000, as of the 2010 census.
Anse Royale

Anse Royale

Anse Royale is one of the largest bays on Mahe island, with calm and clear turquoise waters and an immense panorama of white sand and palms from any point on the beach with beautiful views in all directions. Anse Royale has a great deal to offer as a base for independent travellers, with grocery shops and a local

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