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6 of the best places to swim with turtles

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Coco Island, Seychelles

Coco Island, enclosed in warm crystal clear waters, is a natural aquarium. The island is surrounded by a wealth of coral reef and home to an abundance of underwater life including rays, dolphins and whale sharks. The island is also the perfect place to swim amid Hawksbill sea turtles. The Seychelles holds the largest population of Hawksbills so they can often be sighted swimming around the shores of Coco Island.

After a day of exploring the underwater world, anchor at the picturesque island of La Digue, the smallest of the three inhabited islands in the Seychelles. Relax on deck, sip on tropical cocktails and soak up the laid back atmosphere of the quite island.

Picture courtesy of Facebook.com / Jan-Peter Lahall

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