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Full Day Reef Safari Sightseeing Tour

Full Day Reef Safari Sightseeing Tour Packages
Country: Seychelles
City: Victoria
Duration: 8 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Full Day Tours

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Full Day Reef Safari - Mahe Island

Explore the wonders of the St. Anne National Marine Park on this exciting full-day excursion, jam-packed with fun-filled activities.

Set-Sail aboard Anahita as you head off to discover Mahé’s inner islands. Next, hop aboard a semi-submersible vessel as you dip below the waves to explore the depths of the Marine Park. Enjoy feeding the tropical fish surrounding the boat and then get up close and personal with the creatures that inhabit the park’s colourful coral gardens for a refreshing snorkel or swim.

Be treated to lunch and musical entertainment before heading ashore Moyenne Island. Visit the island on-foot as you get to meet the Giant Tortoises that freely roam here, as well as visit old ruins and 'pirate' graves – or simply relax on the island’s private beach. The day ends with a tropical cocktail and a leisurely cruise around the Marine Park before returning to Mahé.

General Pick-up Times from Hotels: North: 08h10-08h30 South: 07h45-08h20 East: 08h30-08h50 West: 08h05-08h40

St.Anne : There is much to see in the Ste. Anne Marine National Park, which is set amid dazzling turquoise waters and is thus, a perfect snorkelling spot. Situated about 5km from the main island of Mahé, this picturesque Marine Park comprises 6 islands just off the coast of Mahe. These islands include Ste Anne, Ile Moyenne, Ile Ronde, Ile Longue, Ile Cachee and Ile aux Cerfs.

Daily excursions, including glass bottom boat excursion, provide spectacular views of Mahé, and introduce visitors to the treasures of this pristine Marine Protected Area, the first such park to be established in the Indian Ocean (March, 1973).

Snorkelers on reefs can enjoy a hosts of corals of all shapes, sizes and colours. Ste. Anne Marine National Park contains one of the largest area of seagrass meadows in the granitic islands and it is not uncommon to see green turtles feeding on them. Visitors might even have the opportunity to swim with hawksbill turtles or watch bottle nose dolphins cruising, for a truly memorable experience.

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