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Need to take a 30 mins boat to reach the island. The prison area is not fancy but the only highlight of the tour were the Aldabra giant tortoise. There were plenty of them and you can easily feed them and get clicked with them....More
Nice swimming in the morning a a beautiful sandy beach. Nice coloured starfish- But from 9.00 to 10.00 am arriving 40 boats at the sandbeach, and you can forget swimming. Guide show you some land turtles from the Seychelles, a poor attraction. before the trip...More
Many giant turtles, peacocks, different birds, butterflies, beautiful beach, clean blue water, all these on a small island which definitely worth visiting. It’s about 40-50 min by boat from Stone Town, but it’s better to have a good guide with you.
Some of the turtles...More
We spent $300 for 2 by arrangement by the hotel the service are including for everything.
We took a long tail boat, It took approximately 30 minuets to get there.
I thought it was not value for money that we spent because we only see...More
Get on a boat- don’t worry, as rough as the sea gets, we all arrive safe and sound. The boats can be negotiated, price wise, on the beach between the park and the ferry terminal. Once there, it’s an amazing walk through tortoises that range...More
If you are really really into big turtles - fine, you will enjoy it. Otherwise I think it is not worth the big amount the transfer costs. It is a small island with a beach, plants, some not very interesting ruins and restaurants.
The giant tortoises on this island are amazing! We were able to feed them and take photos up close. Many are very old, including the oldest at 192 years. We also saw young tortoises and were able to see and touch an egg. The prison...More