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Cerf Island holidays

Cerf Island is named after the French ship “Le Cerf” which was commanded by Nicolas Morphey, the man who colonised Seychelles in the name of the King of France. It is the second largest of the St. Anne Marine Park islands and is covered in lush vegetation, is home to giant tortoises, and has a perfect location for snorkelling. Meandering paths enable you to explore this fascinating island, discovering the coved coastline for which it is known and loved.

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