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Silhouette Island National Park

Unlike the archipelago’s other major islands, Silhouette is formed from a volcano, its mountainous interior thus accommodates a completely unique and often endemic biodiversity; its 5 peaks (all over 500 metres) constitute some of the most dramatic scenery in the archipelago. So precious is the island’s flora and fauna that the National Park covers 93% of the landmass and there are no roads to speak of.

Silhouette is one of just three islands in the Seychelles where the critically endangered (there are thought to be less than 100 in existence) sheath-tailed bats occur and is certainly their largest roost. Beautiful orchids and pitcher plants are familiar sights.
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