North Island is a luxury private resort located in the heart of Seychelles.
The retreat is set on a private island and is home to just 11 villas, offering guests a secluded and private stay with vast, untouched beaches.
Kayaking, Stand-up Paddling and Skuba Diving are just a few examples of the water-sports on offer, where Beach Buggies, Sunset Cruises and Yoga can entertain travellers on land.
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Guests can stay in Presidential villas which line the East Beach and boast direct access to the beach and ocean.
Each villa offers spacious lounging and dining areas, a stocked pantry and kitchen, private pool, entertainment systems, large bathrooms, two bedrooms and a movie lounge.
Alternatively, the Villa North Island is also available, providing 750 sqm and ultimate privacy perched on granite boulders at the far end of East Beach.
It offers day beds, expansive bathrooms, expansive views, private pool and deck and luxurious furnishings.
Food & Beverages
The Piazza uses fresh ingredients to create locally traditional dishes along with international cuisine.
Residents can also dine in their villa where they can choose between the food stocked in their pantry or have a home-style menu delivered to their door.
The West Beach Bear serves fresh hot pizzas, salads and tapas style barbecue snacks along with cocktails and live music.
Or, guests can choose a spot anywhere in the island’s 201 hectares for a meal of choice.
Services & Facilities
A range of excursions are available including opportunity to explore Praslin, discover La Digue, experience the magic of Mahe and go wreck diving.
The island is also home to a spa at which guests can enjoy a complimentary welcome treatment along with a full menu of different treats, including massages and beauty treatments.
All ages are also welcome with a range of activities are on offer for children.
North Island is a 20 minute helicopter ride from Mahe.
Luminous white beaches cosset a tropical interior of coconut palms and takamaka trees cradled between three granite outcrops, 110m to 180m in height, whose polished grey ramparts rise from the white sands and filigree reefs of the azure ocean.