Timings : 6:30 AM – 5:30 PM, closed on Sunday
Entry Fee : SCR 200
Located about 5 km from the capital city Victoria, Sainte Anne Marine National Park is made up of six small islands. From dazzling turquoise, crystal clear water to stunning biodiversity, there is a lot to explore here. A fantastic snorkelling destination, this picturesque place is rich in its natural beauty and the oldest marine reserve in Seychelles. Its striking beauty makes it a unique place to visit and also makes it stand apart from other islands in Seychelles. This marine park was developed to protect and preserve the biodiversity and wildlife of the Indian Ocean. People come here for snorkelling, glass bottom boat excursions, scuba diving and several other fun activities.
Glass Bottom Boat Rides
Glass bottom boat ride is a fun way to enjoy the aquatic life without getting underwater. This ride provides the participants with an opportunity to experience the diverse ecosystem of the Indian Ocean. However, the glass bottom boats are only allowed in specific locations.
For those who want to explore the sea bed closely, there is no better option than snorkelling. The best snorkelling points lie between Moyenne Island and Sainte Anne Island. Equipment is also available for guests who are interested in this activity. Kindly note, water sports and fishing are strictly prohibited to protect the existence of the corals and other species living here.
Kayaking allows nature lovers to soak up the vast blue sea and its marine life. Kayaks are available for guests willing to experience the charm of the azure water at their own pace.
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