Grande Riviere Travel Guide

  • Leatherback turtle (picture by Lorraine O
    Leatherback turtle (picture by Lorraine...
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Grande Riviere Things to Do

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    by Ruud_Buitelaar Updated Mar 4, 2006

    At night, between April and June, small groups of visitors led by a local guide stroll the beach of Grande Riviere to watch leatherback turtles lay their eggs. The huge animals make a great effort to climb onto the beach and dig a hole. Watching them is a unique experience, the more so because some conservancy measures are in place --the beach is only accessible with a permit at night-- and a local group does a commendable job to organize it and raise awareness about the threats facing the turtles.

    Leatherback turtle (picture by Lorraine O
    Related to:
    • Eco-Tourism
    • Beaches

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