Welcome to the untouched, natural paradise that is Alphonse Island. Surrounded by the azure waters of the Indian Ocean you will find a retreat with white sandy beaches, stylish accommodation, luxurious experiences, a range of exotic animals and endemic plant life. It’s time to escape to your holiday in paradise!
Alphonse Island is found 400 km south-west of Mahé and can be reached via a 1 hour flight. The island forms part of the Outer Islands of the Seychelles, located in the Indian Ocean.
Alphonse Island offers the best of both worlds: remote enough to soothe your soul, but with a variety of facilities to make your stay comfortable and extremely enjoyable. With everything you need on one island and more, you can do as much (or as little!) as you like.
The Alphonse Island Lodge offers a variety of accommodation to suit your needs. Tucked into the natural vegetation and a stone’s throw from the water’s edge - what more could you ask for?
The 22 Beach Bungalows are set amongst lush tropical plants, just metres from the beach.
The most exclusive offering in our portfolio, the 2 Beach Retreats are carefully positioned for privacy and comfort.
The 5 Beach Villas are spacious and well-appointed, with direct access to the beach.
Alphonse Island prides itself in its signature island and ocean experiences. Alphonse Island is a truly remarkable natural backdrop to indulge in these activities.
Let us guide you through what a holiday at these unique Blue Safari destinations might look like. These are simply suggestions for amazing holiday itineraries and we can easily alter details to suit your personal preferences.
Due to its remote location, the islands of the Alphonse Group plays host to a variety of endemic vegetation, animal life and exquisite marine life that call the surrounding azure waters their home. The sandy beaches and coconut forests make it a quiet retreat as well as breeding ground for a host of migratory seabirds and turtles. With over 130 bird species recorded, guests can expect glimpses of Red-footed boobies and frigatebirds. Alphonse island is also home to a small reintroduced population of Aldabra giant tortoises.
“Alphonse is an amazing place that should be on the bucket list of any keen saltwater angler. Spectacular location, incredibly diverse fishery, excellent guides, 5 star accommodation and food.”
“The diving was just perfect! So many species, I learned a lot which greatly added to my enjoyment. Sam, Lucy, and the team are all great people and thoroughly knowledgeable and professional.”
“The staff were perfect, this place is unique, keep it that way! Everything is amazing!”
“What an incredible honeymoon!”