4Cs Projects at North Island
Dubbed Noah's Ark, North Island is a sanctuary where natural habitats are being rehabilitated and where critically endangered Seychelles fauna and flora are being reintroduced.
Noah’s Ark Project
Wilderness Safaris initially became involved in the purchase of North Island with the specific intent of turning it into a Noah's Ark sanctuary. Ten years down the line, the conscientious pursuit of such policies is now reaping its just rewards.
Seychelles White-Eye Project
After ten years of intensive rehabilitation of North Island, 25 Seychelles white-eyes (a critically endangered bird species) were released on North Island over a two-week period in July 2007. They quickly settled in and numbers have increased year on year.
Children in the Wilderness
North Island runs a Children in the Wilderness programme every two years, with the children coming from the main island of Mahé.