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Localização Do Estabelecimento
- Cousine Island - All Inclusive o fica a cerca de 3 km de um dos principais ex- líbris de Cousine Island: Cousin Island. Este estabelecimento de 5 estrelas fica ainda na vizinhança de outros pontos de interesse, incluindo Petite Anse Kerlan e Praia Grand Anse. As distâncias são calculadas em linha reta desde a localização do estabelecimento até ao ponto de interesse ou atração e poderão não refletir a distância real. São apresentadas arredondadas a 0,1 milhas ou quilómetros mais próximos.Cousin Island - 2,8 km / 1,7 mi
- Petite Anse Kerl...Mais detalhes
Saída até: 11:00
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Comida / BebidaRestaurante
Piscina e comodidades de bem-estarPiscina Exterior
Serviços de recepçãoDepósito de bagagens
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Simply the best!
Avaliou em 15 de dezembro de 2018
Our return to Cousine after almost 15 years made me wonder why we had not returned sooner. Seeing hawksbill sea turtles come ashore to perpetuate the breed, laying eggs (uncharacteristically, at least in my experience, during daylight hours), 500 pound giant tortoises an everyday sighting, great snorkeling, some of the best seafood ever, a staff interested in personalizing you trip (many thanks, Stuart and Gary), luxurious accommodations and having the beach to yourself made our days at Cousine among the most pleasant and memorable ever.
The fair feather friends
Avaliou em 13 de junho de 2018
Cousine island is home to a lot of migratory birds who are mainly fish eaters.There are no predators on the island and the small geckos are no threat to the birds.You can spot the white fairy tailed birds prancing in their nests and white sea gull like birds , albeit smaller in size making nests on the ground There are some ancient tortoises who like being caressed on their necks and are used to human presence. Apart from the authorized guides the island is devoid of human life Once upon a time this island was used for coconut and coffee plantation and there are still some plants here and there A must visit just to see the diversity.The island takes an hour from Praslin by catamaran
Avaliou em 2 de junho de 2018
we stayed for 7 nights and had a great time in spite of lousy weather and rain and tropical storm. We were luckly enough to have the island to ourself and the undivided attention of everybody. Garry and the staff was excellent along with the chef and the naturalists. It is definitely on the list of places to retreat to.
World Class Setting, Food, and Service
Avaliou em 18 de janeiro de 2018
Cousine Island is remarkable. If you are looking for a luxurious place to relax, eat, commune with giant tortoises, and get spa treatments you will NEVER find a better spot. You will be amazed at the level of privacy and service you receive here. The villas are gorgeous, the setting is breathtaking....but what really sets this place apart is the staff. I've NEVER received better, warmer, or more impressive service. Chef Guy is brilliant (and accommodating no matter what your tastebuds call out); Michelle, Mike, James, Becky, and the rest of the staff will do EVERYTHING to make this the best vacation you'll ever experience. Whether you want to take advantage of excursions, diving/snorkeling adventures, or hikes....or just (as we did) lie around like rocks, they will make your choices memorable. Cousine Island is unique and not the easiest destination to find, but I can't recommend it highly enough for a vacation you will NEVER forget.
Perfection in Paradise
Avaliou em 29 de setembro de 2017
Cousine Island immersed as a jewel in the Indian Ocean home to rare and endangered species. Personally speaking it's difficult to describe the emotion of sharing time with un touched nature as the island offers. Villas of luxury to enhance every emotion. Not to mention the five star treatment and the chef who individually selects your menu Congratulations to Mr.Keeley and all who have made this possible for people to enjoy this immaculate paradise