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Aride Island Nature Reserve

Island: Aride
Tel: +248 4 32 16 00

Description

Aride Island, one of the finest jewels in the Indian Ocean, is also one of the world’s most important Nature Reserves. Blessed with a wealth of natural treasures Aride has remained a wild and beautiful paradise. The island was bought as a Nature Reserve in 1973 by Christopher Cadbury, and today is managed by the Island Conservation Society. Aride is home to one million breeding seabirds of ten species, endemic birds such as Magpie Robins, Fodies, Brush Warblers and Blue Pigeon, Endemic Plants like wrights Gardenia and Turtle beaches and rich marine life. No vessels other than those of the reserve are allowed to land on Aride Island. As such visitors will have to disembark from their vessel and board the islands' boat for transfer onto the island.

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Price Guide

Landing fee (includes guided walk):
~ Adults: SCR500 p.p.
~ Professional Photographer fees: Euro100 per day
~ Filming fees: Euro400 per day
~ Children between the ages of 5-14: SCR250
~ Children under the age of 5: Free


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Special Offers

There are no special offers currently available for Aride Island Nature Reserve

Opening Hours

Sundays-Thursdays: Landing Time 0930hrs - 1000hrs
Fridays & Saturdays by appointment only.

Payment Methods

We accept the following methods of payment:

  • Cash (Major International currencies)
  • Master Card
  • Cheque
  • Visa
  • Eurocard