Amedee Island

Amedee Island is a little paradise surrounded by crystal clear waters, pure white sandy beaches and a coral garden alive with fish

Cruise for only 30-40 minutes aboard one of Mary D’s luxury vessels and you will arrive on the ‘secret’ Amedee Island where you will be welcomed by the South Pacific atmosphere of swaying palm trees, beautiful white sandy beaches and happy, smiling people.

Take in a little afternoon sunshine. Send a postcard home from the Amedee Lighthouse Post Office, the world’s smallest Post Office with its special, official Phare Amedee postmark on the stamp. Or perhaps you prefer shopping – in our island boutique you will find a wonderful selection of souvenirs to choose from, including T-shirts, caps, sarongs, key rings and much more. And for those who have forgotten their basic necessities, there are also sunglasses, suntan lotion, cameras and film available.

Amedee Island and its surrounding waters have a fascinating variety of flora and fauna. In fact, the abundance of marine life prompted the local government to designate the Amedee Island as a special marine reserve dedicated to managing, preserving and increasing the number and variety of marine plants and animals. This is achieved, together with other measures, by prohibiting fishing, collecting or disturbing the sea creatures or their environment. Expect to be amazed by this spectacular reserve with its wealth and variety of marine flora and fauna. It is not surprising that in 2009 Amedee Island and the surrounding lagoon was classified on the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List!

Turtles Amedee Island