Why you should try birdwatching

Birdwatching may not be for everyone, but it's enjoyed by many. In Seychelles, locals and tourists alike go out to see endemic and native land birds, seabirds, migrant birds, and vagrants. Here are some reasons why you should give it a try.

Explore Seychelles: 5 reasons why you should visit a nature reserve

An excursion to a nature reserve offers sun, fun, well-being, and a sense of responsibility towards the environment. Many tourists say this when asked how they would sum up their day at Cousin Island Special Reserve. They also mention seeing wildlife they've never seen before and enjoying Mother Nature's beauty. It is also a chance to get some fresh air and vitamin D. There's no doubt that a visit to a nature reserve is one of the top things to do in Seychelles. This World Tourism Day, celebrated every 27 September, let's remind ourselves why nature reserves are a must-see for everyone.

A race against time and tide to save turtle eggs on Cousin Island

Not all heroes wear capes. Our staff on Cousin Island decked out only in t-shirts and shorts, and often barefooted, certainly fit this adage. They keep to a grueling schedule, ushering visitors onto the reserve for the island's widely acclaimed ecotourism program in the morning, and working on varied conservation activities in the afternoon.

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Since 1998.

Seychelles Nature, Green HealthClimate Change, Biodiversity Conservation & Sustainability Organisation

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Roche Caiman, Mahe

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Centre for Environment & Education

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P.O. Box 1310, Mahe, Seychelles

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Email: nature@seychelles.net