Aride Island – The Seabird Citadel of the Indian Ocean

Aride is the northernmost granitic island in the Seychelles and is 68 hectares in area. It is perhaps the most unspoiled of all the islands and is known as the ‘seabird citadel’ of the Indian Ocean. The island was discovered in 1756, however it was not until 1770 that it was put on the charts by a French expedition… [click to read more]

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