Saint-Anne marine park
Consist of 6 islands, named Ste-Anne, Beacon, Cerf, Moyenne, Round and Long Island. The islands surrounding the marine parks range in size from mere rocks in the deep blue sea to little paradise islands with white beaches and coconut trees. You can spend the day hoping from one exotic island to another. Take the nature trails and discover amazing sights and photoshoot hotspots.
Found in the northwest of Mahe, it became a national park in 1979. The park stretches over a distance of 2.5 kilometres and protects the inside of the bay with thriving underwater scenery. It has a beautiful coral diversity surrounded by hundreds of brightly coloured reef fish, plus it’s a great place to see hawksbill and green turtles. With its calm waters, the park is popular with snorkelers and scuba divers.
This park, designated in 1979, runs parallel to the beach, from Anse des Anglais in the south to Cap Matoupa in the north. Located in the northwest of Mahe, it is well known for its beautiful beaches and whale sharks. The reef on both sides of the bay creates a perfect spot for snorkelers.