Cousin Island Special Reserve is open to visitors Monday to Friday excluding Public Holidays. Opening hours are from 0930am until 1230pm. The island is closed to visitors in the afternoon. For VIP trips in the afternoon, Cruise ship enquiries, and Media, filming and commercial photography contact our Mahé office Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +248 4 601 100.
Entry to Cousin Island Special Reserve is SCR 600 for all non-residents including children.
Entry to Seychellois and residents is free (ID must be produced).
*Educational and other large groups should contact the Nature Seychelles office prior to making a trip.
How to get there
Cousin Island does not organise trips to the island. Visits to Cousin are undertaken by local tour operators. You will need to find a local operator who can bring you across for your excursion. Approximately, 200m before Cousin Island, visitors are transferred to one of the island boats, skippered by one of the Reserve’s specialist boat handlers. From there, you will make the final journey to the island. This prevents the accidental introduction of alien species that could harm the native biodiversity.
Tour structure - How is it organized?
Visitors are taken to a small shelter featuring some interpretive material and are broken into smaller groups according to their preferred language: English and French are spoken by the Wardens. The tour takes visitors to special features of the island and typically lasts for one and half hours. After the tour is over, visitors gather in the shelter and are ferried back to their boats.
Please visit http://cousinisland.net/visit for more information about ecotourism on the island.
How to buy Ticket/s
Please fill in the form below giving us your details and you will then be taken to a bank payment page where you can effect payment.