Given the sheer remoteness of the Aldabra Group it's an adventure in itself to get to. Hop aboard a seaplane to dive the Astove Atoll before sailing to the even more remote (if that's even possible) Cosmoledo Atoll. Spoiler alert: expect to be the only divers there - this is a real castaway experience.
Where to Go Diving in the Aldabra Group
Where to go in The Aldabra Group
Situated some 700 miles south-west of Mahé, Astove is the smallest atoll in the Aldabra group and one of the most remote islands in the Seychelles....
One of the most remote uninhabited atolls in the Seychelles, Cosmoledo Atoll has had very little human interaction so diving is remarkably exploratory....
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Luxury Hotels in The Aldabra Group
Astove Coral Lodge
Hosting just six guests per week, Astove Island Lodge is a rustic and private island hideaway on Astove Island.
Cosmo Eco Lodge
The only property on the picture-perfect Cosmoledo Atoll, Cosmo Eco Lodge on Wizard Island is as wonderfully remote as it gets.
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