Parrot Cay – Caribbean
Retaining the old world charm of the region, Parrot Cay offers breathtaking views pristine landscape and a rich eco system and is part of the Turks and Caicos archipelago.
The 1000 acre resort was opened by Como Hotels and Resorts in 1998 and brings a private and stylish element to the otherwise touristy Caribbean scene comprising of 74 rooms and villas. Parrot Cay is rich in fora and flora which makes it a perfect destination for eco tourism.
Priding its self on sustainability the stunning Amanpulo generates its own electricity and has its own desolation plant producing a constant supply of fresh water.
Being part of the Philippines Quiniluban group of Cuyo Islands, north of Palawan province ,Amanpulo is five km long and 500m wide, despite its modest size the island holds 40 bungalows and 11 villas in traditional village style homes and is decorated with coconut-shell tables, rattan furniture and pebble-washed walls giving it the rustic charm of the island.
The perfect castaway experience with luxury amenities.
Nikoi Private Island
Being the first “Crusoe Luxe” island concept in the region since its opening in 2007, Nikoi has gained a reputation as the goto destiantion. Priding itself in being a eco resort Nikoi strikes the right balance between luxury and sustainability
Situated eight km off the coast of Bintan, staying true to its eco-friendly principles the 15 hectare island comprises of 15 beach houses spread across only 5 hectares of the island leaving the remainder of the Isle untouched. With a maximum accommodation capacity of 50 guests at its peak, Nikoi truly is the exclusive escape.
North Island Seychelles
Although the Island is in fact larger than Monaco the pristine coastline of North Island only consists of 12 Villas and was in fact the honeymoon destination for Royal couple William and Kate.
The Island is known for its “no menu” dinning concept, where bespoke meals are prepared by the resident chef based on each individuals desired tastes.