The diverse marine environment of the Seychelles makes for
brilliant diving, with the famous granite rocks providing wonderful
underwater scenery and the pristine coral reefs are filled with
exotic fish. There are chances to see Hawksbill and Green Sea
turtles as well as the occasional dolphin or even whale sharks.
Wrecks including the famous Ennerdale are home to eels, barracudas
and a number of sharks. The calm waters mean there is normally good
visibility and warm temperatures.
Above the waves, we know the best islands to stay on such as the
private paradises of North Island, Fregate Island or the UNESCO
world heritage site, Praslin. More than half of the Seychelles are
set aside as nature reserves with many trails through the lush
vegetation to explore - where you have the chance to see millions
of sea birds or even giant tortoises.