Mare Aux Cochon (Mahe):

in Mahe

The entrance to the trail offer views of the Northwest coast of Mahe towards Silhoutte and North Island and over the east towards St. Anne Island. You will cross a valley as you meander through the forest with an abundance of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg trees and fruit trees such as mango, golden apple, bananas, oranges, tangerine and breadfruit. This valley once belonged to a Roman Catholic mission where a group of Swiss fathers were responsible of building the arched stone bridge in the middle of the valley where rivers draining both ends of the valley meet and make there descent down to the coast. This trail is quite eventful as the path continues through a forest area of native plains, a difficult river to cross, ruins of cinnamon distillery and associated settlements and ends with the last part of the decent to Port Glaud through exotic plains and a residential area.

The entrance to the trail offer views of the Northwest coast of Mahe towards Silhoutte and North Island and over the east towards St. Anne Island.

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