Indian Ocean

Île aux Cocos | Birds Of Paradise

Île aux Cocos is an island of an island. An island of sleepy and laid-back Rodrigues*. It is the prototype of an uninhabited bounty island. Uninhabited, except for birds, a lot of birds. It is estimated that about 4500 birds can be seen on Île Aux Cocos at any moment. Principally, you can observe four species: sooty terns, white terns and two species of noddies. If you’re not particularly fond of our avian friends, there’s little else to do on the island. Think dazzlingly white beaches, turquoise seas and delicious idleness. Related PostsDutch Antilles – Bonaire | Washington-Slagbaai National ParkMascarene Islands […]

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Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-16 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-20 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-10 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-23 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-15 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-3
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Mascarene Islands | Île aux Cocos

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Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-19 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-14 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-13 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-11 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-5 Rodrigues – Île aux Cocos-12
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