Magpie Robin on Cousine Island in The Seychelles.
Magpie Robin Seychelles: Conservation Efforts and Ecological Impact
The Seychelles Magpie Robin, scientifically known as Copsychus sechellarum, is a rare and captivating bird species endemic to the granitic islands of Seychelles. This medium-sized bird, reaching approximately 25 cm (9.8 in) in length, displays striking black plumage with a distinctive white shoulder patch. This species is critically endangered, with a population that had dwindled to just 25 individuals by the 1970s, highlighting its precarious existence in the wild.
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Beach Soccer Tournament Stadium
FIFA Beach Soccer Tournament 2025: Key Highlights and Predictions
The FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup in 2025 promises to be an exhilarating event as it will be held in the stunning location of Victoria, Mahé Island, in the Seychelles. This marks the first time that an African nation will host the tournament, adding a unique charm to this prestigious competition. Beach soccer fans can look forward to a captivating tournament set against a paradisiacal backdrop surrounded by crystal-clear waters and coral reefs.
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Anse Source d
Anse Source D’argent
Anse Source d’Argent, located on La Digue island in the Seychelles, is renowned for its breathtaking scenery. It is a tapestry of stunning white sands framed by towering granite boulders and shaded by lush palm trees.
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A bird flying over Aride Island in Seychelles
Aride Island
Stretching across 68 hectares, this relatively small landmass manages to play host to an astonishing diversity of seabirds, more than any other island in the archipelago. This biodiversity has not gone unnoticed, prompting the establishment of the Aride Island Nature Reserve, dedicated to preserving its unique environment and the myriad species that call it home.
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Seychelles Coconut Crab.
The Gentle Giants of the Island: Unveiling the Secrets of Coconut Crabs
In the remote corners of Seychelles, a marvel of nature ambles across the island’s floor with a quiet dignity. This is the domain of the coconut crab, the largest land crab in the world, whose remarkable lifestyle and mysterious habits have fascinated scientists and nature lovers alike. Let’s explore the enigmatic life of these impressive creatures.
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Happy woman visiting the beach after a shopping spree.
Shopping in Seychelles: Your Ultimate Guide to Local Markets and Boutiques
Seychelles is not only a haven for beach lovers and honeymooners but also a unique destination for shoppers. Amidst the backdrop of lush tropical greenery and cerulean waters, the shopping scene in Seychelles offers an eclectic mix of colorful local markets, exclusive boutiques, and quaint shops that reflect the islands' multifaceted culture and history.
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A painting of the famous Seychelles artist George Camille
Seychelles Art
Discover the vibrant world of Seychelles art, from its rich cultural heritage and traditional crafts to dynamic contemporary expressions.
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A Group of people dressed for a carnival
The Magic of Seychelles Carnival 2024
Each year, the Seychelles Islands transform into a melting pot of cultures, colors, and rhythms, hosting one of the most anticipated events in the international calendar—the Seychelles Carnival. This vibrant celebration, set in the heart of the Indian Ocean, invites the world to the picturesque streets of Victoria, offering a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural diversity.
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National Botanical Garden in Seychelles
Seychelles National Botanical Gardens
Nestled in the heart of paradise, the Seychelles National Botanical Gardens offers a serene escape into nature's embrace. A verdant oasis sprawled over 15 acres on the main island of Mahe, this botanical treasure is more than just a garden; it's a vibrant testament to the rich biodiversity and natural beauty of Seychelles. For those fortunate enough to wander its lush pathways, the garden promises a journey through exotic flora, endemic species, and tranquil landscapes, making it a must-visit for anyone exploring the botanical garden in Seychelles.
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A View from Mahe Island, Seychelles.
Coastal Charms of Mahe Island: Experience the Seychelles Beaches
Mahe, the largest island in the country, is ringed with stunning Seychelles beaches, each offering a slice of paradise. The island's coastline is a patchwork of bustling shorelines and hidden coves, all set against the backdrop of lush tropical greenery and the azure Indian Ocean.
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