Diving In Seychelles
The Seychelles is made up of 115 of the most beautiful islands in the world. The granite islands of the Seychelles are laying on a submerged plateau just 4 degrees south of the equator in a sea rich with fish and coral – the Indian Ocean.
The marine life in Seychelles can be found on the beautiful coral reefs with a rich variety of corals, an abundance of exotic fishes such as the always playful Bat Fish, colourful Butterfly Fish and Parrot Fish among numerous other tropical fish species – and of course Hawksbill Sea Turtles and even the magnificent Green Sea Turtle can be seen resting on the reef or enjoying a meal.
The Seychelles famous granite rocks provide a wonderful underwater scenery. These granite boulders are the home of many different tropical fish and of course Eagle Rays and Giant Sting Rays but are also an attraction to schools of Pelagic fish, Sharks, the occasional Dolphins and seasonally the gentile giants – Whale Sharks. There are some spectacular swim-through’s between the granite boulders, mostly heavily decorated with clams, soft and hard corals. Night time reveals a blaze of bright colored soft corals and various other exotic marine creatures such as Spiny Lobsters, shrimps and crabs.