Newsletter September 2021 (Part 1)
Experience the Island Life
Hi there!…It’s been a while!
After being closed for over a year, we finally opened again this July! That’s right. Bird Island is open again. Times have been hard and they still are, but we’ve been trying to find a way to bring our precious little island back to you. It’s still the same Bird Island; Same owners, same quaint little bungalows, but with a little bit of a twist.
Unique Selling Points
+’Feel at home’ villas on a private island +Over 1200 sqm of private space; ideal for couples, friends, families and large groups
+Indoor-outdoor living area great for socialising +Surrounded by nature and deserted beaches
+Fantastic location for bird watching and nature photography
+Great shore fishing and big game fishing
Things to do on Bird Island
Now that we’re open again, what can you do whilst on Bird Island? Explore the nature trails, kayak around the island, relax on the beach… Below are the top picks.
Photos: Karine Le Brun (Tropicbird) , Mirella Contoli (Sea turtle), Jesper Anhede (Snorkelling), Sebastien Savy (Fishing)
A Workation Destination?
Imagine sitting in a tropical garden and working from your laptop, with the beach literally steps way. This can become your reality.
Workation Visitor Permits are now available for workationing in the Seychelles.
Requirements for traveling to the Seychelles
1) Upon entering the Seychelles, you should have a negative PCR test taken not more than 72hrs prior to your departure.
2) Upon receiving your negative test results, you must apply for Health Travel Authorisation via seychelles.govtas.com. This is essential for travel and will be required at check in.
3) You should have valid travel health insurance to cover potential COVID-19 related costs (isolation, quarantine, and treatment).
The above also applies to visitors travelling by sea.