Anse Georgette, Praslin

Anse Georgette Seychelles

Anse Georgette is a secluded beach on the northwest coast of Praslin island in the Republic of Seychelles, known for its stunning turquoise waters and pristine white sand. It’s a hidden gem that requires a short hike through a lush forest, but once you arrive, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views and a peaceful atmosphere.

A brief overview

Stunning tiny beach.

Quickly deepening water, usually without seaweed.

Normal tide – small waves Low tide equals gentle waves.

Great for snorkeling.


Praslin’s breathtakingly beautiful beach near Lemuria Resort.

Suitable for both couples and families, but kids require supervision.

Lemuria Resort rents snorkeling gear to guests.

Visitors have refuge from the sun’s rays thanks to the natural shade on the beach.

Getting There

Anse Georgette is undoubtedly one of the most stunning beaches on Praslin, boasting a breathtaking blend of pristine white sand, turquoise ocean water, and towering palm trees. While many visitors to the beach are guests of the nearby Lemuria Resort, the beach is open to everyone visiting the Seychelles Islands and definitely worth a visit for any traveler on Praslin.

If you’re staying at the resort, getting to Anse Georgette is easy, thanks to the frequent golf-cart transfers provided by the hotel. For non-guests, it’s possible to make the 30-minute walk down to the beach, but you should inform the hotel of your visit in advance as there is a limit on the number of visitors allowed at times. Alternatively, some sailing tours stop at Anse Georgette, giving you a chance to enjoy the beautiful bay scenery.

Entrance fee

There is an entrance fee to access Anse Georgette beach for non-guests of the Lemuria Resort. However, the fee is subject to change, and it’s best to contact the resort beforehand to confirm the current fee.

When to Go?

The best time to visit Anse Georgette is during the dry season, which runs from May to September, and also during the shoulder months of April and October. During this time, the weather is generally sunny and dry, with less rainfall and lower humidity. However, do keep in mind that this is also peak tourist season, so the beach may be more crowded. If you prefer a quieter beach experience, consider visiting during the off-season, from November to March, when there are fewer tourists, but more rainfall and higher humidity.

What to Bring?

To fully enjoy your visit to Anse Georgette beach, it’s recommended to bring sunscreen, a beach towel, swimwear, water, snorkeling gear (or rent it from the Lemuria Resort), a hat or sunglasses for sun protection, and a camera to capture the stunning views.

Tips for Visiting

To make the most of your visit to Anse Georgette, arrive early, respect the environment, bring cash for the entrance fee, check the weather, stay hydrated, observe water safety, be mindful of hotel guests, and take in the stunning scenery while capturing some photos.

Things to Do

Once you arrive at the beach, the stunning view of turquoise waters and perfect white sand will take your breath away, and it’s easy to see why Anse Georgette is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Although the water gets deep quickly due to the lack of offshore coral reef protection, the beach is ideal for swimming and snorkeling. However, children and unconfident swimmers must be supervised at all times in the water.

The beach is also a favorite spot for photographers, with its stunning view from the hilltop serving as a real highlight of any Seychelles vacation. Anse Georgette is a rare gem in the Seychelles, offering untouched natural beauty that is hard to find elsewhere.

Where to have lunch?

If you’re a guest of the Lemuria Resort, there are several dining options available on-site, including The Legend restaurant, the Beach Bar and Grill, and the Seahorse restaurant. However, if you’re not a guest of the resort, there are still several options available nearby, including the Britannia Restaurant, located just a short drive away from the resort, and the Village du Pecheur, located about a 15-minute drive away in Cote d’Or. You can also bring your own food and have a picnic on the beach, but be sure to clean up after yourself and respect the environment.

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