Family Escape Offer
- Beachfront Villa accommodation for 2 adults and 2 children below 12 years on a B&B basis
- Daily Breakfasts for the whole family at Layback Restaurant
- 1 Family Dining beyond experience once per stay
- Private butler 24/7
- 24-hour gym
- One island buggy per villa
- Internet access
- Laundry service
- All non-motorized activities (stand up paddle, kayak and bicycles)
- Access to the children facilities and activities such as tortoise adoption and tree planting
- Complimentary guided hikes, morning yoga sessions or snorkelling upon request
Minimum stay of 4 nights
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North Island, a Luxury Collection Resort, Seychelles
Venture beyond the ordinary and capture loving and caring family moments at this haven of unparalleled experiences.
North Island is home to:
- La Vie Spa by Goldhands
- The Gym
- Infinity Pool
- Exquisite dining — The Piazza and Sunset Beach Bar
- Private Picnics
- Beachfront Villas
- Kids Activities
North Island is a critically important nesting site for two species of sea turtle, the Hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata) and Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas).
Every morning, dedicated on-site conservationists together with eco-tourist volunteers patrol the four beaches for signs of turtles.
Aldabra Giant Tortoise
One of the largest tortoise species on Earth is endemic to the Aldabra atoll, Seychelles. Formerly giant tortoises were found on many Indian Ocean islands but became extinct historically due to exploitation by sailors from passing ships.
White Eye Bird
While some bird species returned of their own accord once North Island again afforded them a suitable habitat, others needed a little more help.
At the time one of the rarest birds in the world, a founder population of just 25 Seychelles White-Eyes was reintroduced to North Island in 2007, and their population on the island is now more than five times its original size.
North Island’s vision is as declared Ecological Marine Reserve, further protecting the area from fishing and potentially harmful marine activities.
The island’s Marine Protected Area proposal is supported by data collection by means of biannual scientific marine surveys conducted by trained marine biologists since 2011.
More details about the Conservation Program.