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Seychelles lies in the western part of the Indian Ocean, north of Madagascar and 1,593km (995 miles) east of Mombasa, Kenya. It is between 4 and 5 degrees south of the equator at a longitude between 55 and 56 degrees east. The Country  is an isolated archipelago of outstanding natural beauty comprising about 115 islands.
  The largest of the islands, it is home to the capital, Victoria, the international airport, the fishing and commercial ports, most of the population and most of the hotels including two casinos. Its powdery white, idyllic beaches, lush vegetation, plantations of coconut palms and cinnamon rise to forested peaks with unequalled views of the neighboring islands. Surrounded by coral reefs the clear, calm waters invite relaxation and many water sports. Although it is the nation's economic hub, it has retained all of its natural beauty and charm. Mahé is the most important island of the Seychelles archipelago. This spectacular island is only 27 kilometres long but is dominated by a mountain range that forms the backbone of the island. The highest peak, Morne Seychellois, reaches a height of 905metres and provides a perfect backdrop to the capital city Victoria. Mahé is the largest island in the Seychelles archipelago 90% of the Seychelles population live on Mahé Mahé boasts of 75 beaches Mahé is the economic hub of the Seychelles There are several well organised walks and nature trails Mahé has two casinos Mahé is often described as the most spectacular of all the islands
 is the fourth largest island in the Seychelles, measuring five kilometres by three, and is part of the granitic group. It lies 43 kilometres from Mahé and six and a half from Praslin. The most photographed and beautiful island in Seychelles. The fourth largest island An aura of charm and tranquillity surrounds La Digue. This island is accessible by boat and helicopter; about two and a half hours from Mahé and thirty minutes from Praslin.
  lies 37 kilometres north east of Mahé and is accessible by boat in two hours or by air in 15 minutes. Praslin is the second largest island. Praslin is home to the Vallee de Mai, a World Heritage Site Anse Lazio has consistently been voted one of the worlds best beaches. The coco de mer nut is found in the Vallee de Mai General Gordon thought that he had found the Original Garden of Eden when he first visited Praslin
  A few kilometres from Praslin is the islet of Cousin. Cousin, a bird sanctuary, can be visited by arrangement. It is about one and a half hours from Praslin by boat. The island is owned by the Royal Society for Nature Conservation (RSNC), administered by the International Council for Bird Preservation (ICBP) and it can be visited on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays by a maximum of 20 visitors at any one time. Cousin extends over 27 hectares and is entirely dedicated to nature. In fact, the island was made a nature reserve in 1968, when it was bought by the RSNC as a haven for endangered species of land and sea birds. Furthermore, the Seychelles Government declared it a Special Reserve in 1975, thus offering all the wildlife on the island legal protection. Amongst the species to see are the Seychelles fody, the Seychelles turtle dove, the white-faced tropic bird, The wedge-tailed shearwater, the fairy tern, noddies and bridled terns. The Seychelles brush warbler can be found only on Cousin, Cousine and Aride.
  Aride is a Special Reserve. Aride was purchased by Christopher Cadbury in 1973. Aride is an important sea bird breeding island Wrights Gardenia plant is unique to Aride. Aride, 1.6 kilometres long and 600 metres wide, lying some 46 kilometres from Mahé and 15 kilometres from Praslin, is the most northerly granite island of the Seychelles group. It rises some 152 metres from brilliantly clear water partly surrounded by a spectacular coral reef. The island was purchased in 1973 for the Royal Society for Nature Conservation (RSNC) by Christopher Cadbury, the English chocolate industrialist and President of the RSNC. Aride is the home of the greatest concentration of seabirds in the entire region and boasts the world's largest colonies of both the lesser noddy and the roseate terns. Frigate birds roost on Aride and the red-tailed tropic bird can also be seen. All the reptiles are harmless and Aride has the highest density of lizards anywhere on earth. The island is also famous for the Wright's gardenia or bois citron which is an endemic plant only seen on Aride. Shell collecting and picnics are forbidden. The island is open all year round, but it is necessary to enquire in advance to ensure that landing conditions are good. Visits to Aride can be arranged through local tour operators and the travel time by boat from Praslin is about 45 minutes.

  we sail to Curieuse, the island with the largest colony of giant land tortoises near Mahé and the second largest forest of coco-de-mer palms after Praslin

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