Desroches Island, Seychelles
Desroches Island is a luxurious private resort situated in the Amirante Archipelago in the far outer reaches of the Seychelles, a cluster of remote coral atolls, 230km southwest of Mahé (the main island of the Seychelles). The Amirantes are regarded as some of the most pristine, untouched islands in the world.
Desroches Island is approximately 6km long and 1km wide and offers an outstanding selection of luxurious accommodation ranging from the comfy Beach Suites to the opulent Madame Zabre. Each option offers complete privacy in spacious luxury, tastefully modern designs that blend seamlessly into the exotic island vegetation, and artfully crafted finishes that make for a truly exclusive and bespoke island escape.
Desroches is a truly remote destination of incredible natural beauty with miles of soft, sandy beaches, lush tropical forests and a pristine and vibrant marine ecosystem – offering world-class fishing and scuba diving, not to mention a wide range of other superb water and land based activities.
Desroches Island is committed to protecting the unique fauna and flora of the area with ongoing research, rehabilitation and monitoring programs, focusing especially on nesting sea turtles, giant tortoises, sensitive marine habitats and forest rehabilitation. This dedication to conservation has at all times been at the center of our mission to create an exclusive island that is both luxurious and intimately connected to the natural environment.
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