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Diving in Machabee

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When to go to Machabee

Diving in Machabee is possible year-round. In general, the best conditions for diving are 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.

Scuba diving in Machabee

Machabee is located near Beau Vallon, on the northwestern coast of Mahé in the Seychelles. Diving at this location is available for divers of all levels of experience. Divers can discover some underwater granite structures such as granite cliffs and rocks. Among diverse marine life in this area, divers can see many species of reef fish swimming among healthy colorful coral formations. Octopus, lobsters and nudibranches, Napoleon wrasse, giant groupers, turtles, reef sharks and rays can be spotted here. Among listed dive sites the most popular here is the Beau Vallon Reef that offers divers a chance to explore a live coral reef with some live (not bleached) corals. The Chuckles and Vista Bay Rocks are also among the most popular dive sites that offer divers an opportunity to explore coral covered granite reef.