Stand Up Paddle Surfing in the Seychelles
Why not give Paddle Surfing a try when on holiday in the Seychelles...
Stand up paddle surfing (SUP), or in the Hawaiian language Hoe he'e nalu,
is a unique form of surfing ideal for warm waters like that of the
Seychelles. Hoe he'e nalu directly translated into English - hoe means
paddle, he'e means to surf or slide and nalu means wave.
main difference between Paddle boarding and surfing is the
equipment—paddle boarding requires a paddle and a longer, wider board.
The paddle allows surfers to propel themselves and catch waves a bit
more easily. When a wave is approaching, the paddle is used to get to
the crest of the wave and is then lifted from the water when the surfer
actually catches it.
Anse Royale Mahe Island Seychelles
not bring your own stand up paddle board when you come to Seychelles
on holiday. If the waves are not breaking, you can always explore the
breathtaking coast line of Mahe with your stand up paddle board.
Island Seychelles has many bays to practise your stand up paddle
boarding such as Beau Vallon bay in the north, Anse Royale bay on the
east coast and Anse La Mouche bay on the west coast. These are just
three examples of the most amazing bays that are available on Mahé
Island for you to explore.