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Activities / Nature Trail: Anse Major
Creole invites you to explore the various hiking trails on the islands of Mahé & Praslin, in the heart of the Seychelles wilderness, offering you splendid plunging views of the lagoon and spectacular 360° panoramas. All our hikes are supervised by experienced and passionate guides, who will be happy to share with you the wonders of the endemic plants and birds of the Seychelles.
This is a wild and scenic coastal walk with views of waves breaking on the granite boulders. The first part of the trail is through patches of open woodland areas, small river valleys and over exposed, rocky ridges. Enjoy spectacular views across the sea over Silhouette and North islands.
The trail continues over Glacis slopes, stretching above and below the path. The vegetation is mostly endemic and indigenous species, adapted to survive in such harsh conditions. Endemic birds such as Bulbul, Blue Pigeon Sunbirds may be seen. To get to the main beach, you must cross a small river outlet which emerges from a brackish water marsh. The sandy beach invites relaxation or snorkeling on the reef.
NB: Timings specified below are subject to change without prior notice for circumstances beyond the control of Creole Travel Services
Days of Operation: Mondays to Sundays
Type: Half day
Length: 2.4 Km
Change in Altitude: 70 m
Departure Point: Dan Zil – Bel Ombre
Starting Time: 08:30 hrs
Finishing Time: 13:30 hrs
Actual Walking Time: 1 hrs 30 mins one way
Not recommended for pregnant women, the physically challenged, children under the age of 6 and the elderly.
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