The Saint Anne Marine National Park in Seychelles is definitely a seaside park with very charming scenery. There are beautiful bays and horrible blue waters, and there are well-preserved coral reefs under the water. It is also a very famous snorkeling spot in Seychelles and it is definitely worth a visit.
If you want to experience various water sports in Seychelles, it would be better to come to Saint Anne Ocean Park. The water is great, blue and blue, and there are many water projects. They are very safe and exciting. The price is definitely higher than that of Southeast Asia, but it is good value for money! !
Saint Anne Marine National Park is very close to Victoria, the capital of Seychelles. It is located in the Indian Ocean. The scenery here is very beautiful. It is really enjoyable to come here and it is a recommended place.
Staying at St. Anne Beachcomber, the hotel offers free late check-out until 6 pm, great! Participate in the free snorkeling on Mayan Island provided by the hotel. The water depth is 4-6 meters. The tropical fish are big and there are many kinds. It is said that small sharks are often seen near the hotel. You can see whale sharks in the deep dive. It is recommended.
The Dophian Nemo booked at the front desk of the hotel is a smaller agent than Creloe's and Mason's, but it is also very famous. If you don’t need a pick-up, you can cut down to 150 euros per person. The meeting point is Ferry, east of Victoria. Charter, the sailing club has the same pier, and parking is free. If you come to Victoria, you can also park at the paid parking lot in the city, which is only a 5-minute walk from Little Ben. There are about 6-8 people in a boat, with two crew members, and English and French services are provided (that is, the boat veteran speaks these two languages). Before I left, many people said St. Anne was boring. In fact, I think it’s okay. If you haven’t participated in hopping in P or L, you can make it up here. I didn’t hop on P island due to time issues and went back to M island. St. Anne. The basic content is to look at the birds, the pier (a lot of boats), Eden island (from the water), a small island in St Anne, snorkeling, watching fish, turtles, corals, sea cucumbers (a big one...) and BBQ. Pay attention to safety when entering the water. A boat came on the opposite side of the way we were going. The two boat bosses murmured in Serbian language. They turned around and told me that someone was drowning on an island we went to in the morning...