Curieuse Travel Guide

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    Seychelles Bulbul

    by kyoub Written Feb 11, 2005

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    There are a few bird species on the island, mostly the Seychelles sunbird, bulbul, and fairy terns.
    There is hopes of establishing the Black Parrot here because it is almost extinct on La Digue.

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    Newborn turtles

    by kyoub Written Feb 10, 2005

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    Aldabra giant land tortoises are seen here. There is a breeding program and they will show you turtles from newbornes to full grown,

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    Picnic

    by kyoub Written Feb 10, 2005

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    Lunch was served in the shelter.
    The crew brings everything needed for lunch, from the hotel. The fish is grilled after they arrive on the island.
    Everything was very good.

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    Our boat

    by kyoub Written Feb 11, 2005

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    The beaches of Curieuse remain exceptionally beautiful, especially in the south and east where the calm, sheltered waters are obe of the best anchorages in the Seychelles.
    The Tra-la-la is waiting here for us to come back aboard.

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    Tra la la boat

    by kyoub Written Feb 10, 2005

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    The island is one km off the north coast of Praslin.You can arrange the baot trip out to the island with most of the hotels on Praslin.
    They usually go to Cousin and Curieuse on a one day tour.
    We stopped first at St Pierre for snorkeling, on to Curieuse Island where we had lunch, then on to Cousin Island.

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    Palms

    by kyoub Written Feb 11, 2005

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    Cousine Island covers 61 acres. It is lush with palms, encircled entirely by a coral reef, two well marked trails cut through the undergroth from the long, golden beach of Grand Anse.

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