North Island in the Seychelles is one of the most exclusive and luxurious private islands in the world.
On North Island you will enjoy privacy, excellent dining and accommodation in luxurious villas of the highest standard.
North Island in the Seychelles is one of the most exclusive and luxurious private islands in the world. The island is known for its beautiful, unspoiled nature. On North Island you will enjoy privacy, excellent dining and accommodation in luxurious villas.
The island, as a whole, represents one of the most ambitious conservation projects ever undertaken by a private company. The primary goal on this amazing island is to restore and rehabilitate the original nature of the island. There are only 11 villas on this island, each designed as a salute to the surrounding nature, making it easy to totally relax here.
On North Island there are no menus. The chefs will talk to you personally, and create today’s menu from your wishes. You will certainly not be disappointed.
Experience fantastic beaches and crystal clear water, which makes diving in these unique surroundings, absolutely outstanding. There are few other places in the world that will pamper to your wishes so well. North Island in the Seychelles is no less that the closest to paradise we can find on earth!
You will leave Europe in the midafternoon for the Seychelles, catching a connecting flight in Dubai en route.
Meals and drinks are naturally included on your flight.
On arrival at the Seychelles you will be driven to the nearby heliport, from where you will be taken by helicopter to North Island.
Here you will enjoy 7 nights’ accommodation in a Presidential Villa, with all meals and drinks included.
You will have 6 full days to enjoy your incredible surroundings.
The Seychelles are part of the world’s longest chain of coral reefs, and offers some of the best dive sites in the world. You can enjoy guided tours with a dive master, who is an expert on the marine world. Whether you are on land or on the water, there are many varied things to do on North Island, including walking through the islands pristine forests, mountain bike tours, snorkeling and kayaking. There are also many activities available for children here on North Island, such as jewelry workshops, kite flying and face painting.
Other activities: Kayaking, mountain biking, guided tours, snorkeling, fishing tours, boat tours, spa, fitness, sailing cruises and much more.
Your fantastic holiday is drawing to a close, and on your last day you will be flown back from North Island to Mahé by helicopter, to catch your flight home to Europe.
After catching a connecting flight in Dubai, you will arrive back in Europe in the early afternoon.
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