This marine park has a whole lot going on in the ways of insects, wildlife, and natural scenery. It’s located about 30 kilometers off the coast of Mahe and is extremely bio-diverse and mountainous. Throughout its rugged terrain and mist forest, the park protects over 2,000 species. These include geckos, turtles, skinks, birds, and chameleons. Visitors will find plenty to do here including beach lounging, snorkeling, caving, and swimming. Oh, and don’t forget to get a look at the insect population which includes, snails, slugs, millipedes, and their enemy, the carnivorous pincher plants.