A small attractive beach divided by
almond trees and granite boulders
After lunch I wasn’t in the mood to swim yet. The sun was still too high and harsh for my sensitive Asian skin 🙂
“Fairyland Beach is slightly different from other beaches around the island; it’s busy and full of young people and families.”
But according to our tour guide, we only had a few swimming-friendly beaches left in our route. So we stopped at a small parking area at the edge of the road and he pointed us to a path that led into the Fairyland Beach.
It was high tide and the little remaining coastline was full of people. The anti-social me didn’t like the crowd but the day was ending and I didn’t want to regret not swimming at all!
I think we were too close to the shore and too scared to go further so we didn’t see any underwater creature. Sad 😦
I wished a fairy could carry me out into that piece of land. It’s the little island behind me (behind the other shiny island-like head) in the photo below. It looked like a perfect secluded spot for me.
The Fairyland Beach is a great place to stop for a dip only if you enjoy the company of other people. As for me, I liked the beaches I saw earlier in the trip.
Nonetheless, it’s still spectacular Seychelles. What am I complaining about?!
|Discover Seychelles!||Mahé Island Tour||8||Grand Anse|
|1||Savoy Hotel pick-up||9||Pineapple Studio|
|3||Turtle Farm||11||Anse Intendance|
|4||The Viewpoint||12||Kaz Kreol Restaurant|
|6||Tea Factory||14||Eden Island|
|7||Port Launay Marine Park||15||Machabee|