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Cousine Island

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In the Azure waters of the Indian Ocean there is an island like no other. Where nature thrives and man is just a silent observer. Just below the equator and 1000 miles east of Africa, Cousine Island is one of the most untouched granitic islands of the Seychelles archipelago and it is also recognised internationally as one of the most ecologically important private islands on earth. To ensure the highest levels of privacy and that human impact is kept to a minimum, Cousine Island has four elegantly designed French colonial Luxury Villas and a Presidential Villa nestled in lush endemic vegetation within a few meters from the beach. All villas are in full view of the ocean and overlook Cousine Island's powder white beach offering a front and rear veranda and each with its own private swimming pool and outside showers.
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Property amenities
Breakfast included
Business Centre with Internet Access
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Laundry Service
Multilingual Staff
Room Service
Free Parking
Airport Transportation
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Air Conditioning
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Full view
Getting there
Praslin Island Airport6 km
Seychelles Intl Airport38 km
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Cousine island is home to a lot of migratory birds who are mainly fish eaters.There are no predators on the island and the small geckos are no threat to the birds.You can spot the white fairy tailed birds prancing in their nests and white sea gull like birds , albeit smaller in s
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we stayed for 7 nights and had a great time in spite of lousy weather and rain and tropical storm. We were luckly enough to have the island to ourself and the undivided attention of everybody. Garry and the staff was excellent along with the chef and the naturalists. It is defini
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Cousine Island is remarkable. If you are looking for a luxurious place to relax, eat, commune with giant tortoises, and get spa treatments you will NEVER find a better spot. You will be amazed at the level of privacy and service you receive here. The villas are gorgeous, the sett
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Cousine Island immersed as a jewel in the Indian Ocean home to rare and endangered species. Personally speaking it's difficult to describe the emotion of sharing time with un touched nature as the island offers.

Villas of luxury to enhance every emotion. Not to mention the five
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We had the most wonderful holiday on Cousine Island .Accommodation was 7 star .The staff could not do enough for you. The chief cooked excellent meals and you could have any meal you wanted.The Island is like living in paradise .We enjoyed the variety of bird life my camera would
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Responded 10 Jul 2017
Dear Michael R, Thank you for taking the time to review Cousine Island. It was a pleasure having you and we look forward to welcoming you back in the near future. Kind regards Cousine Island Team
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Presidential pool
if it should bad weather don't worry...you'll have all you want...time to relax
view down on presidential villa
Hi, Planning on going in October 2018. Are there any hawkers and snakes on this island? Are there boats available for us to go round about? Thanks
We will be sailing the Seychelles in September 2016 and were wondering if the restaurant serves dinner to those not staying at the resort.
Yes they do offer dinner to you just contact them directly on website there are their numbers They arrange day trips as well
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"The villas are gorgeous (there are only four) and the Presidential Villa is the size of a house-great for two couples or family."
"Get the presidential villa, no regrets. From Praslin take the mini-Mahé boat."
"The Presidential suite is the most incredible place to stay"
US$ 2,018 - US$ 4,176 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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