Visit Cousin Island
The island is open to visitors five days a week (Monday to Friday), between 10:00 a.m. and midday. Cousin Island was purchased in 1968 by the International Council for the Protection of Birds (ICBP), now Birdlife International. The objective was to save the last remaining population of the Seychelles warblers.
Visit Aride Island Nature Reserve
Welcome to the website of the finest seabird island in the western Indian Ocean. A visit to Aride Island is an essential part of the itinerary for any visitor to Seychelles to discover what the islands were like 250 years ago before human settlement. Read More...
Seychelles Islands Foundation
Aldabra and Vallee de Mai are both unique, and represent the rich natural heritage of Seychelles. At these sites SIF conserves:
The world's largest raised coral atoll.
The world's largest giant tortoise population.
Some of the world's most spectacular seabird colonies.
The largest intact coco-de-mer forest and many other endemic trees, plants and animals.
Unique birds, including the last surviving flightless bird of the Indian Ocean, the Aldabra Rail, and the endangered Seychelles Black Parrot..
Seychelles Sustainable Tourism Label
The SSTL is a sustainable tourism management and certification programme designed specifically for use in Seychelles. It is voluntary, user-friendly, and designed to inspire more efficient and sustainable ways of doing business. The SSTL is presently applicable to hotels of all sizes Read more...