If the name Seychelles conjures images of snorkelling up, then you are more than ready to put on your gear and head to one of the numerous key spots in the region. Meet schools of exotic fish around the Îlot Saint-Pierre and admire beautiful ocean floors in the Sainte-Anne National Park. As for scuba diving enthusiasts, add some sense of history to the proceedings and explore the Aldébaran, north of Mahé: this large wreck lies on a seabed over 40 metres deep. Alternately, you could go to Shark Point and swim amid grey or silvertip sharks. Do not miss the Marianne Island, not far from the Digue shorelines, as it is one of the most preserved locations in the region, where you can observe ray fishes and barracudas… A spectacular show!
Sainte-Anne Marine National Park