Astove Island

The islands of Astove and Charlotte that make up the atoll is located roughly 35 km south-west of Cosmoledo Atoll. This atoll forms part of the remote jewels scattered throughout the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, namely the Outer Islands of the Seychelles
The atoll holds a large inner lagoon, white sandy beaches, a plethora of bird and fish species, and the awe-inspiring ‘Astove Wall’ holds impressive sheer drop-offs which makes you feel like you’re staring down the Grand Canyon.

Overlooking picture-perfect beaches, fringed by palm trees and with not another soul in sight, the lodge is wonderfully unique and completely immersed in the natural surroundings of the Outer Islands The single accommodation, the newly renovated Astove Coral House, ensures a unique experience as it only caters for a small number of guests per week. The House provides stylish relaxation with Creole dining and great service.

The surrounding waters and the colorful coral reefs that they hold plays host to a variety of curious and impressive marine animals. This combined with the sheer drop-offs of “The Wall” and drastic fluctuations of the inner lagoon, create nutrient-rich currents which brings with it an assortment of sought-after fish species. The high number of species like Indo-Pacific Permit, Barracuda, Bluefin Trevally and the like, is what makes Astove such an incredible fishing destination.