Bask in the warm glow of the tropical sun at pristine Cerf Island! It lies in the Ste Anne Marine National Park north of Mahe, and is surrounded by a coral reef and a tropical beach. Named after the French navy frégate ‘Le Cerf’, it’s the only island in the park with a small local population of locals who live on the southern side. The waters around here are teeming with marine life – more than 150 species of reef fish, crabs, sea urchins, starfish, octopus and more! Diving centres are plentiful and snorkelling equipment is readily available for hire as well.


  • Beaches
  • Landscape
  • Wildlife


  • Anne Marine National Park
  • Diverse Marine Life
  • Diving
  • Snorkelling


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