Tuesday 16th April 2019
The National Biodiversity Centre is on the west coast of Mahe between Barbarons and Anse Boileau.

The Centre offers the chance to see the biodiversity of plants that flourish on these islands in the western Indian Ocean.

Opened in 2014, the Centre has displays of rare and endangered plants from around The Seychelles. Seeds or cuttings were gathered and the 17 hectare arboretum compliments the Botanical Gardens in Victoria. The trees, shrubs and plants can be viewed in their natural habitat.

An opportunity for visitors to learn about the special features of The Seychelles.