Activities at Cousine Island Resort

What can you do on a tropical island like Cousine? Well, enjoy the beaches, the pristine nature and the tranquillity. The perfect beach lining the island’s east coast stretches for almost a kilometre: an open invitation to sunbathing, swimming, snorkelling and beach strolls. The waters around Cousine Island hide magical underwater life and fantastic snorkelling sites. Mask, snorkel and fins are available at the reception. Should you desire to venture further, excursions to other Seychelles’s islands or diving trips can easily be arranged on your request. Between November and March, visitors enjoy the great chance to witness a captivating nature event. At this time of the year, Hawksbill Turtles crawl up the beach to lay their eggs. Approximately 50 to 60 days later the eggs hatch and the newborn turtles start their struggle for survival. One of the world’s most endangered bird species, the Magpie Robin, is also at home on Cousine Island. The worldwide population has declined to 100 birds, 27 of which live on Cousine. Other endemic bird species include the Seychelles Brush Warbler, the Sunbird and the Seychelles Fody. Throughout the year, thousands of seabirds seek out Cousine Island to nest. Among them are the Noddy and the White Tern. A network of small trails criss-crosses the island. The paths are perfect to discover the island’s spectacular tropical nature. On your request, a park ranger will accompany you and point out interesting facts about Cousine’s flora and fauna.
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