It seemed that Desroches Island - photos of which you often peeked at on particularly stressful days - was too good to be true. But now, as you approach the island by plane, it is as if you are flying straight into those photos. A few soft, billowy clouds float in a bright blue sky, suspended over the deserted island of your dreams. A lengthy ribbon of white sand beach stretches along the shore - lit up by the sun’s glow and skirted by an aqua blue sea. Suddenly it’s official: this is paradise.
Not exactly a “deserted island“ paradise, however. 20 Beach Suites, four Beach Retreats, 24 Beach Villas, a Beach Residence, Dibwa Retreat, and the opulent Dibwa Residence blend into the beauty of the island’s natural background. Complete with everything from bicycles to luxury linens and private pools, these stunning spaces are environmentally responsible… as is Desroches Island in its entirety. So welcome to the Seychelles: where turtles, tides, and guests coexist harmoniously and happily.