Seychelles Islands-Desroches

Desroches Private Island
There exist on Earth few places that can truly be described as paradise. Imagine a small Island in the Seychelles, 6 km long and 1 km wide, acres of shady coconut palms fringed by 14 km of white sandy beaches, lapped by crystal clear turquoise waters sheltered by the encircling reef. Desroches Island in the Seychelles Islands attracts visitors from all over the world, and it is not difficult to learn why. This island is a little slice of heaven. Desroches Island is part of a group of islands called the Amirantes Group, which is a remote coral atoll. This island is like a jewel in its tropical setting. The luxurious, highly celebrated, and world-renowned Desroches Island has recently been nominated by the prestigious award-giving body of World Travel Awards as “Seychelles’ Leading Resort“. Even without these award, the private island resort‘s attention to detail and constant maintenance of world-class standards have made it a contender of one of the best resorts you’ll ever see in your lifetime, bar none.
Accommodation
Exclusive Desroches Island, with only a Hotel and Villas, is the gateway to the outer and Amirantes Islands, and adjoins a number of virgin islands, which add to the unique travel adventures and activities that can be enjoyed from this idyllic paradise.
Desroches entire island with only one luxurious resort with sea-views and just a few steps from the beach, with 14km of immaculate sandy beaches and crystal blue waters is one of the most beautiful in all of the Indian Ocean.
The island has 20 spacious Suites and 28 Luxury Beachfront four bedroom Villas on the north west coast, lovingly cared for by your genial hosts on Desroches. Each air-conditioned suite enjoys privacy with its own verandah leading directly onto the beach, lounge area, king size bed, bathroom and dressing area. The bathrooms have double basins, a covered outdoor bath, an outdoor shower, seperate bidet and wc. In-room dining can be arranged for that special evening. Each luxury Villas boasts a private infinity swimming pool, private lounge, 4 air-conditioned bedrooms with bathroom facilities, fully equipped kitchen, gardens and sun deck. All are located in delightful tropical garden setting with ocean views. Desroches will provide you with your own cook/villa master if required for part or all of your stay.
Activities
Many people dream of walking on an unspoiled island, and Desroches may be the most perfect example of just that in the Indian Ocean. Desroches is a great watersport centre offering good snorkelling, scuba diving and really top class game and fly -fishing. The cliffs and caves surrounding Desroches Island are unmatched anywhere on earth, and the same goes for the coral reefs. The aquatic life is amazingly diverse and rich in species of fish. The diving center has excursions to more than a dozen diving spots, all of which are easily reachable within a quarter hour by boat. And of course, the necessary gear can be rented. The island's PADI dive and watersport centre provides snorkelling and diving tuition. The island boasts a choice of fourteen classified dive sites including the famous Canyon and Desroches drop. If you are not into underwater exploits, try the kayaks and canoes to paddle around the protected lagoons. Great fun for the children. Enjoy the photos:
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          Picture made by: Steve & Jemma Copley

          Picture made by: Steve & Jemma Copley

          Picture made by: Steve & Jemma Copley

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          Picture made by: IDEE_PER_VIAGGIARE

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1 comment:

  1. I'm a travel enthusiast myself, and my fishing colleague suggested that I travel to the beaches of Seychelles. So I did some research and stumbled upon your site. I was like, whoa! It's so amazing! The crystal-sapphire water is perfect for snorkeling. It's an atoll alright, and that means seeing a lot of tropical fish!

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