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Cousine Island Lodge

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May 8.5
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Cousine Island Lodge
is located in the Seychelles.

The Seychelles is a group of islands in the Indian Ocean around 2000km from the coast of Kenya. Cousine Island is a small landmass situated 50km to the north of the international airport on Mahe.

Set at the back of a broad sandy beach on the north side of the island, Cousine Island Lodge is a small and very high quality facility.

The lodge is centred on a lovely Creole style building, with comfortable lounge and dining areas, leading out to a large swimming pool. There is also a small spa and gym.

Guest accommodation is in four very pleasant Luxury Villas and a much larger Presidential Villa, each with a private swimming pool.

Activities include swimming, kayaking, paddle-boarding, sailing, diving, snorkelling, beach games, turtle nesting, bird-watching, conservation projects and Creole cookery lessons. Day trips to Praslin are also possible. There is also a range of activities especially for children.

The main potential downsides at Cousine Island Lodge are the very high prices, the difficulty of access, the slightly urban interiors and beach and the slight potential for adverse weather Nov/Apr.
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