Expedition Dive The Seychelles



An archipelago comprised of 115 idyllic islands that entices visitors with tropical, white sands, turquoise water, and some seriously good scuba diving. 41 mid-oceanic granite islands make up the Inner Islands – these are some of the oldest and most stunning on earth. The Outer Islands consist of 74 exotic coral atolls and beautiful sand cays, offering divers unlimited exploratory experiences on pristine reef systems.

Coral is healthy and abundant, with gigantic gorgonian fans and barrel sponges decorating the reefs. Marine life is prolific – divers can see everything from huge whale sharks and manta rays, to colonies of green sea turtles, and rare macro life.

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With nicknames such as “the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean,” it’s a fair bet that you’ll also find something really special in the Seychelles. With the Seychelles’ enlightened approach to conservation nearly half of the country is preserved as national parks. As a result, the endemic flora and fauna flourishes.

There are two main island groups: The 41 inner granite islands and the 74 outer coral atolls and reef islands. The “main” islands are Mahé, Praslin, and La Digue, which nearly the entire population calls home. At the other end of the scale are the many uninhabited islands only accessible by boat. And, as you have probably guessed by now, the diving is about as good as it gets.
- Dive the Seychelles

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