Supported by the Seychelles Tourism Board, diving in Praslin is made safe and so much easier to access now. Therefore, this experience is a must-have.
The underwater views in Praslin are mind blowing to say the least, and deserve a visit when you are in town. With granite boulders and ample marine life, the diving will indeed be a unique experience.
The clear waters in Praslin diving spots mean you will have better visibility underwater, which in turn means you will see more than what you might see in muddy waters. Praslin is home to seven diving sites, all of which are open to amateur divers too.
How to Dive
If you are staying at Berjaya Praslin Resort for example, you can ask the staff to point you in the right direction to one of the many diving schools near the hotel. Praslin Seychelles offers stellar services to divers, and whether you are a beginner or a pro, there is an unforgettable experience for you.
Most of the diving sites in and around Praslin are not deeper than 20 metres, and will take you about an hour if you are on a speedboat. Once you dive in, the marine life you must keep an eye out for are the sharks, eagle rays and turtles.
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