Starting above the Tea Tavern at the edge of the Tea Plantation at Sans Soucis, the plants are gradually replaced by a lush cinnamon forest. As you continue the trail, you enter the mist forests of the island, with botanical specimens such as the two types of local Vacoa trees, the parasol and marron (wild).
As you continue along, depending on the season, you will also come across exotic fruit trees, such as the delicious jackfruit and jamalac (rose apple) trees. Further up the trail of moss covered rocks and trees and fern-covered forest floor, endemic birds such as the Seychelles Bulbul and Sunbirds. Finally, you will emerge on the viewing platform that will reward your efforts with magnificent views of the southern and western sides of Mahé.
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