Blue Safari Seychelles, has launched an experiential concept focusing on exploring the marine life in the outer islands of the Seychelles.
Blue Safari Seychelles also revealed their brand new Cosmoledo Eco Camp, the restoration of the Coral House Lodge on Astove Atoll as well as the introduction of two new four-bedroomed Beach Villas and five Beach Suites with plunge pools which will be constructed on Alphonse Island. In-keeping with the environmental ethos of Blue Safari Seychelles, Alphonse Island will be adding a full solar instillation to Alphonse islands rendering it completely off the grid.
For the first time, diving from a lodge will be available on both Astove Atoll and Cosmoledo Atoll. This will further enhance the marine experience Blue Safari Seychelles will offer.
Blue Safari Seychelles will bring together the Alphonse Group of Islands, the atolls of Cosmoledo and Astove and the Islands of the Amirantes and will enable guests to explore these previously inaccessible atolls and islands for the first time, with undisrupted ease. The opening dates for each are listed below
Alphonse Island: September 2018
Astove: November 2018
Cosmoledo: November 2018
The isolation of these islands and atolls creates an atmosphere of undisturbed solitude where you can immerse yourself in the natural wonders and exceptional experiences they have to offer.