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Aldabra was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982 as a prime example of a raised coral atoll and is significantly less disturbed than most other atolls in the Indian Ocean and elsewhere in the world.
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Vallée de Mai was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1983 as an outstanding example of low- and intermediate-altitude palm forest characteristic of the Seychelles.
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SIF is helping to preserve the two Natural World Heritage sites of outstanding beauty donated to humanity by the people of Seychelles. These natural sites contain unique ecosystems and species of outstanding example of a major stage in the evolutionary history of Earth.

Donating to the preservation of the Vallee De Mai and Aldara will give you the personal satisfaction of knowing you have directly contributed to providing essential funding for conservation initiatives that have been identified as needing the most support. If you would like to make a donation or get further information then please contact:

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  Free e-brochure for Vallee de Mai!
A new electronic brochure is now available for the Vallee de Mai. Free to download, this app will enhance your visit to this World Heritage Site. With a forest guide, information on visitor facilities and how to get there, this brochure is the perfect accompaniment both before and during your visit. Download it now!
 Extinct snail re-discovered at Aldabra!!!!!!!!!!
 President of Sri Lanka visits the Vallee de Mai
 Celebration of World Environment Day
 SIF AGM held on Aldabra
 Resolution of the name of the Giant Tortoise
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