North Island Seychelles has only 11 villas on the tiny island, providing guests of North Island with a peaceful and private haven. Handcrafted of locally-sourced wood, thatch, stone, and glass, every accommodation on North Island Seychelles is raised slightly to take advantage of the sea breezes. The sprawling villas feature a main bedroom and secondary room which can function as a sitting room and theatre or a second bedroom for children. In addition, villas are each fitted with a private plunge pool for relaxation, plus a pair of mountain bicycles and an all-terrain buggy to use at leisure.
Guests looking for the ultimate in exclusivity can stay in the secluded Villa North Island, also known as Villa 11. Set on an incline facing East Beach, this villa includes an amazing couples bath, private spa deck, and a stunning outdoor shower built into a rock face. This multi-level expanded space is the perfect romantic escape.
The island’s main area is a short walk from the villas’ hidden location and primed for fulfilling every possible need. The dining experience is menu-free and is truly tailored to each guest by mingling personal tastes and the Seychellois Creole flavors, including influences from France and southern India. Feast on the beach, in the open-air lounges, or in-villa for total privacy. The island’s spa overlooks the Indian Ocean, surrounding guests with the beauty of nature and the peace of a holistic experience.
Four pristine beaches and acres of reclaimed forest are the playground on North Island. Conservation efforts have always been a cornerstone of North Island’s philosophy and guests are invited to participate in a range of activities that benefit the island’s indigenous flora and fauna. Active pursuits are available on land and in the water, with the resort’s dive center the starting point for every adventure. Explore the untouched beauty of the waters surrounding the island by diving and embarking on kayak and deep-sea fishing excursions. Private getaways are possible on the island and off including picnics on nearby islands and a moment in the seclusion of Honeymoon Cove.