Visit the home of some of the world’s rarest birds! Located in inner Seychelles, Frégate has its own airstrip for light aircraft and helicopters. The island is named after the Frégate bird, famous for its six-foot wingspan, which can still be seen feeding off the island’s coast. Frégate is one of the only two islands in the world where the giant tortoise roams wild, and you will also see the green turtle and the hawksbill turtle here. Characterised by fresh springs flowing down white-granite rock formations and a jungle of exotic fruit trees, Fregate is a true tropical island paradise.
Fregate Island has 16 villas, restricting the number of guests to a maximum of 40 at any one time. The island is exclusive to its guests and allows no day visitors. Built from traditional materials of mahogany and African teak in a simple style, the villas are topped off with dense thatched roofs.