Cerf Island lies off the north coast of Mahé in the Seychelles. Fifteen minutes by boat from Mahé, this small island appears as an apparition in its surreal and lush unspoilt beauty.
Due to Cerf Island’s location, in a National Marine Park, the waters around Cerf Island prove a spectacular sight. The deepest point of the Marine Park is 250 meters (820 Feet) and the Park offers exceptional marine life, with more than 150 species of reef fish, crabs, sea urchins, starfish, octopus and many more.
Nestled into the hillside and bordered by a marine nature reserve, the Cerf Island Resort of Seychelles is a beautiful luxury retreat for today's discerning traveller.
Stroll amongst tropical vegetation to the marine reserve viewpoint to experience the benign mix of flora and fauna. Walking between the lush coconut groves reveals an abundance of exotic shrubs, giant land tortoise and flying foxes in a perpetual natural habitat.