Cerf, Denis & Mahé Islands
The 115 islands that make up the Seychelles archipelago are scattered like diamonds over a million square kilometres of the Indian Ocean. First discovered by the Portuguese navigator Vasco de Gama, the Seychelles later came under French rule and latterly British rule as a Crown colony from 1903. It is only in recent decades that the Seychelles has been left to establish its own culture uninhibited.
Cerf Island Marine Resort
Situated at the entrance of the Marine Park on Cerf Island, 15 minutes boat transfer from Victoria. 12 private and luxurious Villas, within a naturally elegant exclusive resort, delivers a true Creole experience. The resort has a clifftop restaurant with unimpeded views over the ocean, as well as an infinity pool and a private mini-spa.
From £125 per person per night (B&B)
Situated, 95 kilometers north of Mahe, 30-minute flight. This private & exclusive tropical island covers an area of 375 acres. Accommodation is in 25 villa like cottages. Each spacious villa offers privacy, with en-suite baths, twinjet showers, ceiling fans and air-conditioning, a large sea-facing veranda and private courtyard behind. The restaurant serves local food. Denis Island is self sufficient with much of the food produce it uses coming from the farm on the village side of the island.
- Dive Centre
From £234 per person per night (Half Board)