A large number of reefs within the inner granitic islands of the archipelago of Seychelles could be entirely lost, unless concerted action is taken soon to control crown of thorns, warns Dr. Udo Englhardt, the expert on on the management of crown of thorns in a...
Anse Volbert (also known as Côte d’Or) is one of the island’s most popular beaches in Praslin. The calm waters are suitable for swimming with small children. Sun-seekers and snorkelers visit this beach which is not crowded. A visitor can enjoy surfing, windsurfing, scuba diving, fishing, and sailing, with plenty of rentals and excursions available. This is one of the main resort areas. There are hotels and restaurants lining the beach. There are parking spaces all over the adjacent road, and the bus also stops along this beach.
One can visit the shore at any time, free of charge. More information on this beach can be found on Seychelles Tourism Board’s Anse Volbert page.