RESPONSIBLE TOURISM: MAKING THE CASE FOR SMALL ISLANDS

[Roche Caiman, 4 June 2009] In an enthusiastic response to a worldwide call for responsible tourism, the Seychelles chapter of the Worldwide Day for Responsible Tourism was launched with a great deal of interest from sector players, government and conservationists alike on June 2, 2009.

COUSIN ISLAND REACHES NEW HEIGHTS

Not content with the conservation successes of Cousin Island - “one of the world’s great conservation success stories” according to the latest issue of World Birdwatch, the magazine of BirdLife International - Nature Seychelles has been steadily improving the management of the Special Reserve.

WE WILL NOT ABANDON SEYCHELLES

[ROCHE CAIMAN DECEMBER 23rd 2008] “We will not abandon you.” This was the message given by the CEOs of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) Graham Wynne and Michael Rands of Birdlife International when they visited Seychelles in mid-December 2008

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Since 1998.

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