In the azure waters of the Indian Ocean there is an island unlike any other. An island where nature thrives and man is a mere silent observer. Just below the Equator and 1500 miles east of Africa, Cousine Island is not only one of the most untouched islands of the Seychelles archipelago, but is also recognised internationally as one of the most ecologically important private islands on earth.
With only four executive villas and a single presidential villa, each situated only a few steps from the beach, Cousine Island offers unparalleled privacy and seclusion together with the highest level of luxury imaginable, making it one of the most exclusive private islands in the world.
The native woodlands that adorn the islands granitic boulders are inhabited only by indigenous species. Home to nesting Hawksbill and Green turtles, Aldabra giant tortoises and numerous species of endemic land birds and animals, Cousine Island is unique among the islands of the region, with its conservation-based management structure designed to ensure that biodiversity conservation always comes first.
Cousine Island invites you to experience a sense of seclusion and luxury rarely found in today's busy world. From arrival to departure and thereafter, you become more than our guest, you become part of the Cousine Island family. Cousine Island is not only perfect for island honeymoons and intimate beach weddings, but is also ideal for exclusive island charters for those seeking complete escapism.