Ecotourism gems of the Seychelles

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Ecotourism gems of the Seychelles

The Seychelles archipelago is a perfect sanctuary for various birds, fishes and mammals, protected by the government. Discover our ecotouristic roadmap.

For years, the government, as well as citizens and various local associations have been involved in protecting fauna and flora, turning the archipelago into a world famous model for sustainable development. Make the best of a stay on Cousin Island, known for sheltering a nature reserve worthy of the most beautiful national parks since 1968: Seychelles magpie-robin, giant turtles and gallinules carefreely roam this land of green preserved resources.
Not far from there, mingle with giant land turtles for a day on Curieuse Island, another preserved site in the area. Amid lush vegetation, you'll come across an endemic type of coconut in the archipelago: the famous “coco-fesse”, or double coconut. On the northeast side of Mahé Island, the Victoria capital city includes the Roche Caiman sanctuary, offering nature lovers the possibility to come across amphibians, birds and other prevalent species in this naturally humid habitat. Greening has never felt better!

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