A boat ride is the beginning of an exhilarating nature tour of Cousin Island. From the plateaus of a native forest to the top of Cousin Island, animated Seychellois wardens based on the island take visitors on trails for an intensive one-and-a-half-hour personal guided tour.
On Cousin Island Special Reserve the bird life is abundant and close at hand. 5 decades of conservation have dramatically increased the bird populations, making this island a birder's paradise.
The Nature Seychelles coral reef restoration program is about to take a major leap forward by looking at novel genetic and reproductive techniques that will help the reef bounce back faster.
We're excited to announce that the turtle nesting season is underway on Cousin Island Special Reserve. This is the busiest time of year for our staff, who are continuing the long-term monitoring of this species, which began in 1970.
A toilet seat, electrical wiring complete with a socket, a bag full of dirty diapers, snorkelling gear, and a diving suit are some of the items volunteers picked up from the annual beach clean-up organized by the Seychelles Parks and Gardens Authority (SPGA) and Nature Seychelles’ LEAP (Locally Empowered Area Protection) project at the Baie Ternay Marine National Park on Saturday.