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The Seychelles, comprised of 115 islands, were uninhabited when the British East India Company arrived on the archipelago in 1609. Thereafter, they became a favourite pirate haven. The French claimed the islands in 1756 and administered them as part of the colony of Mauritius. The British gained control of the islands through the Treaty of Paris (1814) and changed the island's' name from the French Séchelles to the Anglicized Seychelles.

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Madagascar lies in the Indian Ocean off the South-East Coast of Africa opposite Mozambique. The world's fourth-largest island, it is twice the size of the US state of Arizona. The country's low-lying coastal area gives way to a central plateau. The once densely wooded interior has largely been cut down

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Rodrigues Island is tiny, rugged, and volcanic and it lies over 600 km (385 miles) North-East of Mauritius and is known as the ‘anti-stress' island. It is part of the Republic of Mauritius and its inhabitants are Mauritian citizens. The population is about 41,000. The capital, Port Mathurin, is only seven streets wide, with a Creole population. The main activities Rodrigues offers are hiking, diving, kitesurfing and deep sea fishing.

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The Republic of Maldives is a group of atolls in the Indian Ocean about 417 miles (671 km) south-west of Sri Lanka. Its 1,190 coral islets stretch over an area of 35,200 square miles (90,000 sq km). It is famous for its fabulous beaches, sparkling blue lagoons and majestic coral reefs.

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Réunion is a French overseas territory located in the midst of the Indian Ocean, East of the island of Madagascar and to the West and very close to its more well known neighbour, Mauritius. Réunion is nevertheless an interesting and unique Island.

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After a brief Dutch settlement, French colonists who came in 1715 named the island Île de France and established the first road and harbour infrastructure, as well as the sugar industry, under the leadership of Governor Mahe de Labourdonnais.

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