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The Praslin Museum is a place consisting of bushes and other plants, animals and several outbuildings containing items of different nature, as well as other objects in the open air. In that Museum one may get an insight into the Seychelles tradition and culture as...More
Your opinion on the Praslin Museum will depend largely on whether you are a glass half full or a glass half empty person. There is no doubt it’s a bit of a disappointment when you arrive. No actual museum, a cage of fruit bats, a...More
It's not quite like other museums. There are certain items on display, for which descriptions are provided by a resident guide. There are also bats and tortoises and for kids, guinea pigs. All to be viewed up close. You will get to try your hand...More
This so called museum is false marketing and plain cheating!!!
When you enter you are asked to pay 180 rupies (12 euro) All there is to see is a cage with a few fruit bats some chickens, guinnepigs and turtels (all locked up in small...More
But, what it is, is a laboratory for medicinal
Plants that would be an herbalists dream.
All types of bushes and plants that can be processed and used for holistic medications.
They tend to fruit bats which you can get up close and personal and...More
180 rupees to see some fruit bats and turtles and chickens cooped up in a tiny cage. Fruit bats fly everywhere here, tortoises can be seen all around the island at some restaurants/ hotels for free, and chickens shouldn't be caged up like that. Save...More
Make sure you have the owner tour guide on arrival, who will talk you through the history of spices, all the trees in the yard, the history of everything is Praslin. Fruit bats and turtles on site to make friends with, coconut dehusking you can...More
On a windy overcast day we decided to visit the museum. As we entered the premise we were greeted by a bunch of tortoises stuck in a extremely small pen and 3 bats in a cage that had no environmental enrichment at all. To top...More