Waterfalls in Seychelles
Take a relaxing dip in stunning waterfalls
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Seychelles is well-known for being a tropical paradise. Travelers flock here to spend their time on a secluded beach or to learn about local heritage. But, there are some places such as museums or waterfalls in Seychelles that attract a certain brand of tourists. Morne Blanc Trail and Anse Major are nearby places to visit in Seychelles.
Seychelles is renowned for its breath-taking coastal scenery. So, a waterfall doesn’t seem as tempting as a white-sand beach. But, these cascades in Seychelles are just as rewarding for those looking to explore the interior charm of these islands in the Indian Ocean.
Along the West Coast Road on the island of Mahe, a lovely restaurant in Anse L’Islette bay is a starting point towards Sauzier Waterfall. It is also known as Port Glaud Waterfall in Seychelles. A short hike of 10 minutes through local farms leads visitors to this picturesque waterfall. The small lagoon under the cascades is too tempting for a relaxing dip, especially in humid weather. The waterfall is only a short distance from Port Launay. Visitors can easily climb the waterfall to take photos and explore the scenic forest. There is another waterfall on Mahe Island’s west coast off the road of Grand Anse. Adjacent to Constance Ephélia on Mahé Island in Seychelles, this waterfall is a 1-km walk from the main road. Located in the heart of the dense jungle, it tumbles into a freshwater pool ideal for swimming in. Taking a quick waterfall shower is a good way to rejuvenate yourselves.
Vallee de Mai National Park, one of the two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Seychelles, on Praslin Island is home to a small waterfall. The waterfall plunges from two meters high into slippery rocks. Seychelles has a few other waterfalls. On Cascade River, off the hill of Mont Sebert, at Bel Ombre and Le Niole, and at Sans Soucis in the hills of Bel Air.
The best time to visit waterfalls in Seychelles is during the rainy season when cascades are at full glory. There are no specific timings to visit waterfalls in the Seychelles. It is advisable to visit waterfalls in the daytime.
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FAQ's of Seychelles
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Yes, the waterfall is completely safe to take a relaxing dip.
The island of Mahe has two waterfalls along the west coast road near Grand Anse.
There are no specific visiting hours. It is advisable to visit in daytime.
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