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Fregate Island Private
Why we like it
- Frégate Island Private is four degrees south of the equator and a 20 minute flight from Mahé
- Frégate Island Private has seven unspoilt white sandy beaches
- A successful ecological programme saving the rare magpie robin from extinction and the restoration of the island's flora and fauna back to its original state
- Each villa comes with a personal butler to look after you every wish
Don't miss the Garden Table Experience. While you are guided through the fruit and vegetable gardens and the hydroponic centre, the chef will pick and prepare a gourmet private lunch, served in the banana plantation after the tour.
Thank you for your voicemail; it's so nice of you to follow up to see how our holiday was. We had an amazing time. Thanks again for an absolutely wonderful trip.
- BW, London
You will discover the ultimate in eco-luxury combined with discreet service in an outstandingly beautiful setting.16 Indonesian-inspired villas are hidden among tropical foliage; most of them perched on cliffs high above the beaches. Hand-carved timbers, Botticino marble floors, Thai silks and Egyptian cottons enhance the aura of luxury. Each villa has a large bedroom, surrounded by floor to ceiling windows, featuring a four-poster bed and bathroom with separate bath and shower. An adjoining dining area connects through to the enormous lounge with its own en suite shower room. Step outside to the wraparound wooden sundeck, with its large infinity swimming pool, Jacuzzi and magical ocean views. Each villa comes with a personal butler and island buggy. There are three two-bedroom villas - perfect for families. The second bedroom in one of these villas can also be converted into a mini spa. There is one Presidential Villa the ultimate in luxury and privacy.
GMT +4 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever if arriving from an endemic area
Best time to travel
March - November
The islands of the Seychelles enjoy a year-round warm tropical climate, generally governed by two opposing trade winds. The south-easterly trades blow from May to September bringing drier and windier conditions ideal for sailing. From October to March the gentler north-west trades provide calmer seas but a higher chance of refreshing showers. Scuba divers will find April, May, October and November have the warmest seas and visibility is often 30 metres plus