Aride Island Nature Reserve

Aride Island Nature Reserve in Seychelles is an unspoiled island managed by the Island Conservation Society of Seychelles. It is described as hosting one of the Indian Ocean's most important breeding sites for many species of birds. The society actively promotes the restoration and c...

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Dauban Mausoleum

The calmness and serenity of Silhouette Island is an ideal location for the famous Dauban Mausoleum. Peacefully secluded, it nestles amidst rich vegetation with mature coconut trees. Apart from the building being of great architectural significance, it also creates an imposing landmark - and...

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Animal Species of Interest in Seychelles

As an ideal environment for many unique animal species to flourish (largely due to the islands being uninhabited until the 18th century), endemic species have blossomed on Seychelles, with few predators to threaten their existence protecting them from the dangers of natural selection. ...

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Seychelles Delicacies

A holiday in Seychelles is about so much more than the world-class beaches, the clear blue ocean and the most luxurious accommodation on the planet. Visitors to the islands also fall in love with the wealth of traditional cuisine - made from fresh ingredients that are locally sourced, Seyc...

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Seychelles Highest Mountains

Nestling in the beautiful turquoise Indian Ocean, the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles archipelago have a fascinating and unique landscape that includes flat coralline and mountainous granitic islands. There are around 40 mountainous islands, sometimes referred to as the Mah&eac...

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Beau Vallon: Water Sports

Beau Vallon is perhaps the most famous beach on Mahé Island - perfect for families, couples and groups, the safe waters and an all-year-round temperature of 24°C to 30°C help to make it the perfect setting for a variety of water sports. Complemented by a backdrop of lush green veg...

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Eglise de Saint Roch

A historic Roman Catholic church located in Bel Ombre, the Eglise de Saint Roch is in the diocese of Port Victoria on the island of Mahé. It attracts visitors who are interested in taking in the local culture. Formally accepted in 1852 as the Apostolic Prefecture of Seychelles...

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Seychelles White-eye

A rare endemic wild bird species is being brought back from the brink of extinction. The Seychelles white-eye is a warbler-like, perching bird. It was thought to be extinct for 25 years but amazingly, after a small population was rediscovered living in the highlands of Mahé in 1960,...

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Carrefour des Arts

Carrefour des Arts is a celebration of Seychellois traditions and heritage - giving visitors to Seychelles the opportunity to savour the true flavour of the island nation. Located in the capital Victoria, on Mahé Island, the National Arts Council of Seychelles operates the venue. ...

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