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Diving in Beau Vallon
When to go to Beau Vallon
Scuba diving in Beau Vallon is available year-round. Generaly, the best time for diving is from April through May and October through November. The average air temperature ranges between 24-29C/75-84F. The average water temperature is around 29C/84F and visibility extends beyond 30m/98ft. Currents vary according to the tides. The whale shark and Manta rays watching season is between August and October. What to see Octopus, lobsters and nudibranches as well as Napoleon wrasse, giant groupers, turtles, reef sharks and rays can be spotted in the water.
Scuba diving in Beau Vallon
Beau Vallon is a bay on the northwestern coast of Mahé in the Seychelles. Seychelles International Airport is located in 13 km from it. Beau Vallon is one of the best and popular beaches in the Seychelles that offers good snorkeling and scuba diving for divers of all levels of experience. Divers here can discover some underwater granite structures including impressive granite cliffs sculpted by the sea and rocks covered with soft corals and sponges. There is an abundance of marine life in Beau Vallon, including many species of reef fish swimming among healthy colorful coral formations. Most popular dive sites The sites that are worth visiting in the area are wrecks Dredger and Twin Barges, Shark Bank, Fishman's Cove Reef. Among the available dive sites of this location Beau Vallon Reef is the most popular. It offers divers an opprtunity to explore a live coral reef at the average depth of 15m/49ft. The moderate current here can be used by those diverse who like to practice drift dives. The Chuckles and Vista Bay Rocks are also among the popular dive sites of Beau Vallon that offer divers granite reefs covered with corals.