Timings : 6:30 AM – 5:30 PM, closed on Sunday
Entry Fee : Adult: SCR 200
Children (under 12 years): Free
All non-residents must have a valid ticket to enter any of the 6 islands
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Ste Anne Marine National Park, located just 5km from Mahe, is the oldest marine reserve in Seychelles. It comprises a group of six islands made up of volcanic rock and granite. A popular tourist destination, it is perfect for snorkelling, diving and glass boat bottom excursion. There are also marked regions for swimming, windsurfing and picnic. The reserve is home to over 150 marine species.
Out of the six islands, Cerf Island and Moyenne Island are the most popular with the day-trippers. Most tour operators from Mahe organise a snorkelling tour to these islands. St Anne Island is the largest island and is known for its stunning beaches and is an important nesting site for hawksbill turtles (especially from November to February). Round Island is another snorkelling spot with beautiful beaches while Long Island is being developed into a luxury resort. The smallest island, Ile Cachée is uninhabited and a nesting site for seabirds.
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