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Sailing Anse Source d'Argent.


Grand Anse Beach on La Digue.


The rare black parrot.


The legendary Vallée de Mai on Praslin Island, the wondrously shaped Coco- de-mer nut grow high on ancient palms.


Vauxhall Bridge Road has stood as both a memorial to Queen Victoria and to celebrate the Seychelles' status as a Crown colony in 1903. Explore the diverse ecology


Kot Man-Ya is the place for nature lovers and flower enthusiasts. Home to giant tortoises, guinea pigs, geckos and many more animals to entice children of all ages, the site also contains over 200 varieties of tropical plants and orchids. Te Botanical Gardens, located in Mont Fleuri, date back more than a century and offer five acres of beautifully maintained and landscaped gardens filled with mature and exotic plants, including many spice and fruit trees.


Praslin Once believed to be the Garden of Eden, Praslin is


home to lush vegetation and the ancient forest Vallée de Mai. Here towering palms, including the Coco de Mer grow as they have for time immemorial while one of the rarest birds in the world, the Seychelles black parrot, flits


thehubwinnipeg.com The female Coco de Mer nuts. Spring 2017 • 53


Photo by Raymond Sahuquet.


Photo by Gerard Larose.


Photo by Gerard Larose.


Photo by Raymond Sahuquet.


Photo by Chris Close.


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