Cousin Island Special Reserve is a superb example of eco-tourism. As you step off the boat onto Cousin, you know you are about to have a magical encounter with nature. One of the best protected sites for nesting Hawksbill turtles and the highest density of lizards per hectare in the world. Visited by 300,000 nesting seabirds each year and home to five endemic land birds. Cousin boasts the best protected and most diverse fish population of any reserve in the granitic islands. Cousin Island Special Reserve is managed by Nature Seychelles, a local non-profit organisation and the BirdLife partner in Seychelles.
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We accept the following methods of payment:
Cash (Major International currencies)
Mon-Fri: 10.00am to 12.00pm
Other times - call in advance for special arrangement
All boats must arrive on Cousin Island at 0930hrs for the tour, where the Cousin staff will start with the disembarkation of visitors to the island (boats are allowed to moor at maximum distance of 200m from the island). To visit contact your tour operator, DMV or hotel staff.