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Vallée de Mai

Listed under Wildlife Reserves in Seychelles.

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The Vallée de Mai is a small patch of jungle on Praslin island, endemic home to the famous, and famously suggestive Coco de Mer, and a colourful array of tropical birds, including the Black Parrot, and other plants. There's an entry feel into the actual park, 15EURs or there abouts, and you can pay extra for a guided tour, which still follows the three kilometre trail, but you just get more information as you go around than is on the information boards up along the route.

Written by  Lindylou.

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