Timings : Monday - Friday (excluding public holidays): 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
The island is closed to visitors in the afternoon
Entry Fees : Non-residents (including children): SCR 600
Residents: SCR 300
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Cousin Island is a protected nature reserve conserving sea birds and endemic land birds. It is also an important breeding site for hawksbill turtle. A granitic island located 2km from Praslin, Cousin Island is one of the most popular places to visit in Seychelles. The island can only be visited through local tour operators.
Entry to the island is done on a warden boat (changeable 200m before reaching the island) to prevent pest infestation. The 75-minute guided tour is conducted by the reserve's warden who explains the biodiversity and highlights of the island. The tours are available in English and French. There are no accommodation, stores, amenities or barbecue facilities on the island.
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