1 – VOAVAH PRIVATE ISLAND , Maldives. First private island of the group Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, Voavah is a 40 minutes seaplane from Malé, in Baa atoll. This cocoon exotic includes seven rooms adult and three childrens ‘ rooms, a beach house, a diving centre, a spa, four swimming pools and a private yacht, posed on a confetti of 2 acres of jungle and white sand. A luxurious jewel in the heart of the region of Baathala, a biosphere reserve is very popular among divers for its diversity, its corals, turtles and manta rays. Ideal for families, this exclusive resort organizes interesting activities for awakening and exploration for children by raising awareness of the fragility of these beauties of the sea.

full-board for 22 people: 35.150 € per night.

Fourseasons.com/maldivesvoavah/

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2 – CHAPWANI PRIVATE ISLAND , Zanzibar. Spotted by the director of the Genuine World, Frederic of Hauthuille who used to spend his vacation, this island-hotel (10 rooms-bungalows and a villa) is a nugget, raw. A refuge gipsy (without air conditioning or tv, but with a pool) that it suggests to privatize.
Stay 7 nights, from 1.050, – € per person (based on 10 participants), with private transfers from the airport of Zanzibar, and the nights in a bungalow on the beach or in the villa, half-board including a candlelit dinner on the beach.

Monde-authentique.com

3 – BROTHER ISLAND , Philippines. In the archipelago of Palawan, close to El Nido, this idyllic island offers finally the possibility of a robinsonade affordable. A house of woven straw color to lemon yellow topped with a green roof light and blending into the vegetation, hammocks and furniture outdoor rattan, charming staff carefully cast by Alfred Lee said Alee, the owner… The kitchen is fresh and healthy, the decor of the 7 rooms is archisimple and a good bedding would be welcome, but the natural setting is fabulous. 1.307 € per night for 16 people.

Airbnb.co.uk/rooms/2944607

4. – NECKER ISLAND , in the british Virgin islands. Devastated by hurricane Irma in 2017, the caribbean island of Richard Branson is reborn from its ashes. Reopened at the end of October 2018, it is home to 11 rooms, which can accommodate 22 adults and 6 children. Necker Island is a paradise for millionaires in search of simple pleasures: swimming in the turquoise waters, the practice of kitesurf or yoga, enjoy sushi or have a massage on the beach… from 54.595 € per night all inclusive for up to 24 people.

Virginlimitededition.com

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