Morne Seychellois National Park
The Seychelles sit midway between Madagascar and the Maldives. The archipelago’s geography is a blend of both. On the mountainous main island of Mahé, an emerald forest tumbles down from a 906m-peak to create the
. Rosewood and cinnamon scent highland tracks. Kestrel falcons, known in Creole as katiti after their melodic cry, serenade the handful of visitors lucky enough to stroll these feral forests. All told, nearly half the nation is protected by pioneering environmental measures.