Note: Bird Island will close from 01 June to 31 July 2015 for general maintenance
Appreciate nature in all its beauty on Bird Island Seychelles; relax in the quiet family atmosphere and fall asleep to the sounds of birds
• Bird Island Lodge is one of the first eco-tourism islands blending
conservation with tourism
• Castaway atmosphere; paradise for ornithologists and nature lovers
• Renowned for simple, tasty dishes using fresh produce from the farm
• Trails to secluded beaches; millions of sooty terns from May to October
• Turtles come ashore and hatchlings make their way to sea (seasonal)
• Friendly Seychellois staff, but no TV, no air-conditioning and no telephone
Bird Island Lodge Seychelles, one of the world’s early eco-tourism island hotels has succeeded wonderfully with its marvellous blend of conservation and tourism on an intimate scale
Bird Island is a family owned island lodge and wildlife sanctuary offering a unique blend of hospitality and relaxation in a non-sophisticated and natural environment. You will be looked after by friendly Seychellois staff and the Lodge is your base to explore all aspects of this beautiful Seychelles Island.
Bird Island Seychelles is paradise for ornithologists with millions of Sooty Terns nesting on the island from May to October. Then from October to February you may see Hawksbill turtles come ashore to lay their eggs. From late November to March the hatchlings may be seen making their way to sea. The oldest resident on Bird Island is Esmeralda – the world’s largest land tortoise
Surrounded by sparkling white beaches, Bird Island Lodge Seychelles offers good swimming, snorkeling, fishing and canoeing. Marked trails lead to secluded beaches and the farm from where fresh produce reaches your dinner table
Bird Island Lodge is renowned for its restaurant. There you will enjoy authentic Creole cuisine as well as European buffet menus in an informal atmosphere. The island style lounge and bar provide relaxation and welcome refreshment. After dinner stroll back to your bungalow with torch in hand – so as not to disturb the birds!