Transport yourself to a world so spectacular your mind expands, body unwinds, and spirit dances. Curieuse Island is a bio-reserve managed by the Marine Parks Authority of the Seychelles Centre for Marine Technology, and is the epitome of untouched beauty as it does not have any restaurants or hotels. Because of this, joining a tour is one of the best ways to access and experience this island. Popular island locals include Aldabra tortoises, hawksbill, green sea turtles, and giant hump-head parrotfish. Many of these creatures can be seen on walking trails that wind through lush mangrove forests and takamake trees.

Getting There

Located in Seychelles, Curieuse is an island located next to Grand Anse and La Digue. To begin your dreamy vacation, book a flight to Africa to countries including Morocco, Egypt, South Africa and Mauritius. You will find direct flights to Mahé Island, which is the biggest of all of the Seychelles Islands from British Airways or Emirates. Once in Mahé, it’s an easy ferry ride to Curieuse. Residents from the US can travel from San Diego, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. You can also find flights from Melbourne to Seychelles and Sydney to Seychelles.