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We were able to get a reservation for lunch at the resort Six Senses Zip Pasyon on the private island of Felicite. Normally they are closed to the public and you are not allowed to dock your boat at the marina. However, we called a...More
you have to experience this resort, with all it has to offer, to believe that this level of perfection, privacy, and amazing accommodation and hospitality is possible. Beyond anything we have experienced anywhere in the world. Top of every bucket list.Kiddies wont want to EVER...More
We were lucky enough to visit this beach on our chartered catamaran. Our captain spoke to the guy on the beach and we were given permission to go on the beach. We swam and snorkelled there, swam with turtles and beautiful sea life.
This privately owned island can be visited on certain conditions (was party of my charter), has a few gigant tortoises, a beautiful beach (a nice as the ones on La Digue) and one can arrange a BBQ here as well.
In the past this was my favourite place to anchor overnight when on a yachting holiday. It's still very nice, but there's now an upmarket resort on the island which means it is no longer (largely) uninhabited. The resort isn't loud or very bright, but...More
We stopped at Felicite on a boat trip. Anchored and swam and snorkeled there. Lots of different species of fishes here. Had a wonderful time observing nature and its beauty underwater! Highly recommend this spot for snorkeling. Pity that the coral seem to be dead...More
Picture perfect beach. The shallow waters near the shore are home to a stunning array of coral formations and many rare species of fish frequent these corals. It is a good site for snorkelling. People who are not too good at swimmers can snorkell without...More