The film campaign also includes shorter promotional edits and includes underwater footage, aerial footage, nature and wildlife photography and striking timelapse. The footage has since been aired on the National Geographic channel.
Fregate Island Private is a secluded paradise, 4 degrees south of the equator and 55 kilometers (35 miles) off Seychelles' Mahé coast. Through the films guests discover the castaway idyll of their dreams amidst relaxed luxury. Sensitively developed, the natural surroundings are home to free roaming giant Aldabra tortoises, sea turtles and a plethora of rare and exotic birds, all cared for in an ambitious conservation programme.
Nestled amidst the flora and fauna by the sea are 16 residences crafted in Balau wood, each with private pool and beach buggy. Dining is bespoke from boat to beach, in the treetops or the Plantation house, featuring the abundant natural produce fresh from the gardens and sea Fregate Island Private has seven extraordinarily beautiful beaches, coral reefs and jungle trails: it is an Eden of discovery for children and adults. The Rock Spa offers indulgent massages for a pure escape and revival.