Fregate Island Private (5*)

Located a 20 minute flight from Mahé, Frégate island rises 125 metres out of the Indian Ocean and covers three square kilometres of most remote and secluded of the Seychelles’ granite islands. Built under strict environmental regulations, Fregate comprises 16 villas and remains exclusive to its guests (no day visitors are allowed) who are welcome to enjoy its preserved unique flora and fauna


Hotel Details

  • 2 freshwater pools and 7 beaches - one of which, Anse Victorin, is renowned as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world
  • The Rock Spa - perched on a cliff – top plateau overlooking the sea, featuring the finest holistic treatments from all over the world
  • Frégate's Castaway Club – keeps children between 5 to 12 years of age entertained with outdoor activities, crafts and cookery
  • Fregate's Yacht Club, Marina and PADI Dive Centre are situated on the lower plateau of the island, opposite the plantation
  • fully equipped gym and an extensive library


Room Features

One Bedroom Villas:

  • 13 villas
  • 300-400 sq m (indoor and outdoor area)
  • max occupancy 2 adults and 2 children
  • one bedroom; one living room; interconnecting vestibule with dining facilities
  • one big bathroom; one small bathroom; two outdoor showers
  • large terrace with private pool, Jacuzzi; day bed and dining pavilion
  • wireless internet access
  • TV and DVD/CD player
  • safe
  • mini bar
  • tea- and coffee-making facilities
  • private butler service


Two Bedroom Villas:

  • villas 3 and 15
  • approx.  500 sq m
  • max occupancy 4 adults and 2 children
  • two bedrooms; one living room; interconnecting vestibule with dining facilities
  • two big bathrooms; one small bathroom; three outdoor showers
  • large terrace with private pool, Jacuzzi; day bed and dining pavilion
  • wireless internet access
  • TV and DVD/CD player
  • safe
  • mini bar
  • tea- and coffee-making facilities
  • private butler service


Presidential Villa:

  • sits high above on the plateau of the eastern strip of Frégate Island Private
  • can only be reached over a private path
  • stunning view over the ocean, the nearby beaches, the marina and the rest of this green island
  • huge open living area (approx. 150 sq m) with an additional small TV lounge (approx. 20 sq m)
  • adjacent big terrace with a private pool, seating and a fully equipped kitchen
  • 3 separate sleeping villas each for 2 persons (approx. 70 sqm), located along the cliff with a veranda, own bathroom, TV, CD / DVD Player and Minibar
  • per sleeping villa one extra bed for a child can be added



  • Plantation House – turns into a romantic restaurant in the evening serving traditional Creole dishes and island specialities
  • Frégate House – offers a gourmet menu featuring the Chef's daily selection of local produce. Dining is available on the lower terrace and also in the restaurant.
  • guests can also dine in the privacy of their own villa or at the Beach Bar at Anse Bambous



  • snorkeling
  • hobie cat or kayaking
  • game fishing aboard the island's launches, Fregate Bird and Little Fregate
  • boat trips to explore a remote island
  • extensive library
  • climbing Mount Signal, with a summit of 125 metres
  • helicopter or a small aircraft rides
  • Frégate's Castaway Children’s Club features outdoor activities, crafts and cookery that immerse kids in their own tropical island fantasy
  • The Rock Spa – features finest holistic treatments from all over the world using ancient techniques from India, Australia and Polynesia with botanical treatments prepared from local ingredients


NEW! How you can make your stay more authentic, sustainable and memorable

These tips provide the insider’s knowledge on how travelers can engage with local culture, make their vacations more memorable, promote sustainability in the region, and enhance their overall holiday experience.

  • Some of the best times to visit Seychelles is March 2nd – 4th, when Seychelles International Carnaval de Victoria is taking place, as well as from October 25th to the 31st, when the Festival Kreol is happening, celebrating the Creole heritage and traditions.
  • Other important cultural events that travelers are encouraged to visit include the ‘SUBIOS Underwater Festival’, which showcases Seychelles’ extraordinary underwater world through a series of film shows, talks and competitions; the Seychelles Sailing Cup, an international sailing event which is held in January and the International Fishing Competition in March. Further local fishing competitions are held throughout the year.
  • Here are the best times to visit Seychelles for specific types of activities:
    • Bird-watching: April (breeding season), May - September (nesting of Sooty Terns) and October (migration)
    • Diving:  March – May and September – November
    • Fishing: October – April
    • Hiking/Walks & Trails: May – September
    • Sailing: year-round
    • Snorkeling:  year-round. However there is seaweed  on Praslin’s North and north-west coast between May and September
    • Surfing/Windsurfing: May - September
  • Seychelles is home to two unique world heritage Sites: The Vallee De Mai Garden and Aldabra Atoll amongst many other reasons to choose Seychelles as an excellent travel destination, such as most unique and exotic flora and fauna, world class fishing and scuba diving, miles of uncrowned beaches, and the perfect spot for weddings and honeymoons.
  • Some of the recommended local excursions by our Seychelles suppliers are:
    •  Overnight Birds Island Excursion where guests are taken to a magical deserted island, named for the million sooty terns that nest here each year and enjoy rare migrants, turtles that come to lay on the perfect sandy beaches and the coral reefs that shelter an abundant marine life, a perfect excursion for nature lovers and those seeking to experience the relaxation of a remote and peaceful island.
    • Mahe Highlights, where guests can experience Mahé sights in one day and stop for Souvenir shopping in Victoria, visit Morne Seychellois National Park, and admire the spectacular view from the historic ruins of Mission Lodge.
    • St Anne Marine Park, which is a journey by boat to discover the underwater world of tropical coral reefs, where visitors can see an amazing variety of Marine Life including corals teeming with fish, enjoy a delicious Creole lunch and spend the afternoon swimming or simply lazing in the sun.
Please Note: Time restrictions and extra charges may apply for some activities, watersports or facilities. Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only, have a dress code in effect and/or require reservations. While Sparkling Voyages makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, it cannot be held responsible for changes, omissions or errors.