After our visit to the coco de mer forest inVallée de Mai we continued in western direction to the coast again. Here we turned right to Grand’Anse and along the air strip. Yes, Praslin can be reached by airplane as well. A few miles

Anse Georgette
Anse Georgette

further we reached the Lemuria resort where the road ends.

I remembered reading something about day passes for Anse Georgette beach, a limited number of those passes and disappointed people, so we told the guard at the entrance gate we were there for lunch at the Lemuria. Which was actually true, because we were getting pretty hungry.

The Lemuria is a huge  and luxurious resort at the most western tip of Praslin island. Our lunch consisted of one pizza, a sandwich and 2 drinks and was the most expensive lunch so far. But truth be told, it tasted very good.

With full stomach and armed with our map of the island we then headed for this beach that was supposedly very beautiful. With a temperature of around 30 degrees Celsius we walked through the green golf course of the resort. I think it’s the only golf course in the Seychelles. Behind the last golf hole we discovered a small path through the bushes leading to Anse Georgette.

Anse Georgette Beach
Anse Georgette Beach

We were stunned by the beauty of this beach. Palm trees, white sand, a perfect blue ocean with waves curling and crashing on the beach. Behind us tropicbirds were nesting in the trees. Simply amazing. Anse Georgette is my secret tip for you. Visit this beach, you won’t regret it.