The Sainte Anne Marine National Park lies within Seychelles and was specifically created to protect the wildlife and nature found in the country.
Founded in 1973, the main purpose of creation was to protect the wildlife in Seychelles. The Sainte Anne Island was discovered by an explorer of the French origin in 1747. Lazare Picault then brought in French colonies who settled in on the island.
Spreading over the 4.5km square, the national park is on the northeast of Seychelles, on Mahe. Sainte Anne Marine National Park is made up of coral reefs, flats of sand and six islands of importance. One of the biggest seagrass beds in the country also belongs to the park.
The Sainte Anne Marine National Park can be reached from any of the islands that belong to Seychelles, be it mainland or one of the Seychelles resort islands that has hotels like Berjaya Praslin Resort for instance.
Imagine an island that is dedicated to nature and wildlife. Sounds like something out of a fairy tale, doesn’t it? The Sainte Anne Marine National Park is a magical place to be in, and the views are obviously stunning, as you see endless deep blues on all sides.
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