Astove Coral House
Astove is situated 1055km south-west of Mahé and forms part of the remote Aldabra group of atolls. It’s a small and unique atoll that spans six kilometers from north to south and just under four kilometers from east to west at the widest points.One of the most remote inhabited islands in Seychelles, Astove Atoll features the refurbished Coral House which caters to 6 - 12 guests per week in 6 single or double rooms.
It’s an environment which has had very little human impact placed on it in recent decades and is teaming with bird and marine life just waiting to be explored! The “Wall” of Astove is breathtakingly beautiful and is best described as looking down into the Grand Canyon. It consists of the flat and reef dropping a vertical 90 degrees from ankle deep water to over 1000 metres over a short distance. The “Wall” is still known as one of the best snorkelling and dive sites on this planet.