Sunbath at Beau Vallon Beach
From proper sunchars to perfect sunlight, the Beau Vallon Beach will ensure that you are provided with that much required tan. The expansive shoreline further makes sure that the surroundings do not feel much crowded.
Doesn't matter if you are a learner or a pro surfer, the waves and waters along Grand Anse and Anse Intendance are perfect for all kinds of surfers. The rush of adrenaline as you traverse through the waves will make this adventure even more enjoyable.
Enjoy Bird Watching
Various rare species of birds including the Hypsipetes crassirostris, Otus insularis, Foudia sechellarum and Seychelles Sunbird can also be found here resting in their natural habitat, away from the humdrums of the city. Various other locations like the Island of Mahe, Victoria and La Digue also offer numerous spots to indulge in this activity.
Explore Mahe Island
You can spend your mornings along the sandy shores and the day can be dedicated to water sports here. You can also visit the local cafes to relish upon numerous delicacies prepared by some excellent chefs. To spend your nights, you can visit any of its nightclubs and groove on your favourite music.
Visit Praslin island
Most of the area of this island is covered in lush green jungles, thus acting as a home to a wide species of flora and fauna. From beachside water-based activities to in-forest adventures, an array of entertainment options are available here. Other than the activities, Praslin Island is home to various chic cafes and nightclubs, making a visit here even more joyous.
Stroll at Cote d'Or
The relaxed shore of approximately 2.5 KM in length further adds to the experience and makes the place look even more perfect for sunbathing and playing beachside games like volleyball and football.
Snorkel at Anse Lazio
By opting for a session of snorkelling at Anse Lazio, you will be treating yourself with numerous beautiful sceneries of the corals. The vast marine life will work as a cherry on the cake as the schools of fishes float around you. Since Anse Lazio lies on the north western corner of Seychelles, the water here remains clear and offers a better vision.
Enjoy the Walk at Anse Source d'Argent
Various parts of this beach also have pinkish coloured sand due to the abundance of granite, however this factor makes an evening/morning walk here even more beautiful. The beach is also a famous spot among photographers and nature lovers, thus remains crowded throughout the day.
Witness Sunset at Mahe Island
An evening stroll along the shoreline will provide you with the scenery of some of the best sunsets you might have ever seen. The golden colour when reflected in the sea water will make the whole surrounding shine.
Visit Anse Takamaka
The beaches here are known for their lively vibe loaded with vacationers and small vendors selling snacks and drinks. Various water based activities such as snorkelling, swimming and banana boat riding can also be done here, thus making visiting here one of the best things to do in Seychelles in July.
Pray at Tempio Hindu
To attend an aarti and pray to the lord, you can visit this temple early in the morning or around the evening. The temple hosts two prayers and the hymns of which can be heard all throughout the vicinity.
Location: Arulmigu Navasakti Vinayagar Temple, Victoria, Seychelles
Timing: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Admire the Petite Anse Beach
If you are looking for a place which is perfect for beach activities like sunbathing, picnicking or just chilling, then make sure that you visit Petite Anse Beach. One of the finest things to do in Seychelles in July is undoubtedly the admiring the scenic beauty and calm aura of this beach.
Get lost in Victoria Market Streets
The market remains busy throughout the day as the colourful stalls/shops attract flocks of tourists and locals. Around the evening, various small stalls set up and offer local delicacies which are prepared using freshly sourced ingredients.
Location: Market St, Victoria, Seychelles
Timing: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Explore Anse Intendance
Visiting here and exploring its surroundings is surely one of the best things to do in Seychelles in July. The beach usually stays isolated and is mostly frequented by surfers only. The azure blue waters get more mesmerizing around the sunset when the whole surrounding area gets covered in orange colour.
Discover Moyenne Island
To reach here, one would need to opt for a boat ride from the other islands. Once you have arrived, take part in hiking and nature walks as this is one of the best things to do in Seychelles in July.