Shark Bank is a huge rock located 7 km north-west of Mahé, stretching between Silhouette and Mahé. It is home to huge schools of yellow striped snappers, jacks, stingrays, turtles, parrot fish, eagle rays, reef sharks, rays, black and white tip sharks and sometimes even whale sharks. Between 20 metres and 33 metres deep, the Biodiversity that unfolds here is very generous.
Aldebaran is a 30-metre fishing boat that sank in 2008. It attracts a lot of biodiversity, moray eels, lionfish, starfish and batfish. Sometimes you can even see hammerhead sharks and giant groupers. The wreck of the boat is about 26 to 40 metres deep in the water.
Ennerdale is a wreck, the wreck of a tanker that sank in 1970. 25 meters below, you can see distinct parts of the wreck, as well as a great deal of animal and plant life that decided to settle there.
Twin Barges are 2 wrecks/Barges open on a bottom of 16 and 23 meters. Fallen on a sandy bottom they abound in jackfish, scorpion fish (lionfish and stonefish) We can find tattooed moray Eels and Javanese moray eels.Dredger is an artificial wreck on a bottom between 23 and 29 meters. Lots of yellow snappers with jackfish. A family of catfish are found at the back of the wreck, which are full of moray eels…
Dredger is an artificial wreck on a bottom between 23 and 29 meters. Lots of yellow snappers with jackfish. A family of catfish are found at the back of the wreck, which are full of moray eels…
Brissaire Rock & Dragon Teeth is north of Mahé where these 2 small rocky islands are located. Due to the strong currents, they attract various big fishes, including small white and black tip sharks and barracudas. The range of colourful corals brings an impressive collection of fish, up to a maximum depth of 20 meters. They offer you the opportunity to see lobster, turtles, eagle rays and batfish, all at a depth of 20 meters.
Light House is a beautiful drift dive along Granite Rocks. Located in the North West of Mahé, on a bottom between 17 and 32m. We can meet green and hawksbill turtles, leopard rays and sometimes Mobula Rays. A very generous site teeming with fish such as parrot fish.
Bay Ternay Marine park gathers 3 dive sites : Pierre Plate, La Réserve and Anse au Rie. These sites abound on a bottom of 15 to 25 meters of a generous animal and mineral biodiversity. Leopard rays, stingrays, guitar rays, octopus, cuttlefish, and a reef of soft and strong corals.