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North Island, Seychelles

North Island is a luxury private island resort, in the heart of Seychelles. We have created an exceptional destination, where unashamed luxury, bespoke service and a generous all-inclusive offering combine to give you exceptional privacy and exclusivity in your tropical home away from home.

At the same time as perfecting the barefoot luxury approach to private island holidaying – often copied but never bettered – we have also embarked on an ambitious programme to restore North Island to its original natural glory.

A haven for endangered endemic species as well as for people seeking an ocean paradise where a holistic approach to your wellness ensures an authentic and romantic experience from the moment you arrive.

Cradled in a bowl formed by three granite peaks, the luminous white beaches, lush forest, and waving palms of North Island offer a peerless and exquisite private island setting venue for the perfect honeymoon or family holiday.

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Romance is in the Air

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There’s plenty of fauna and flora to see on a guided hike up the granitic slopes of Spa Hill, but the highlight has to be our nesting White-Tailed Tropicbirds and...
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Yoga and Wellness on North

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Complimentary morning yoga sessions were a recent addition to our generous all-inclusive offering on North Island. With the growing trend of healthy holistic living, the classes have proven to be...
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Meet Justin Bacco

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Justin is a member of our landscaping team and also our experienced coconut-tree climber. Born and bred in the Seychelles, Justin has honed his skills over many years, and can...
Turtle laying her eggs on North Island Beach

Personalised and generous service without limits

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The North Island library is probably the oldest building on the island. It was constructed from coral blocks in the 19th century to house the large kiln that was used...