Swaying palm trees, crystal clear waters, powder soft beaches the islands of the Indian Ocean have it all and with a year-round sunny climate too.

A collection of over 60 islands lying between Africa, Asia & Australasia the only problem you will face is choosing which one and if you can’t decide on one there is always island hopping.

Picturesque beaches, vibrant culture & natural charm

Mauritius

As Mark Twain said “Mauritius was made first, and then heaven and that heaven was copied after Mauritius”

An island that offers palm fringed beaches, crystal seas, sweeping landscapes, abundance of wildlife both on land and under the seas and a wide range of accommodation from family friendly hotels, private secluded villas and luxury lodges.

Destinations must do’s

1. Catamaran trip around the island where you can relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery and maybe have a go at some snorkelling.

2. Black River Gorges National park – The largest National Park in Mauritius in the South West of the Island. Here you can see the true beauty of this island and perfect for nature lovers.

3. Visit Casela Park where you can take a safari and see close up the Big Cats.

Whatever you choose to do once you experience this island the memories will stay with you forever.

Maldives

The Maldives is the place to unwind & relax in paradise. This chain of over 1000 coral islands have it all, vast lagoons, underwater gardens, world class diving, it really is one of the most unspoilt destinations you will find on Earth.

Here you will find the worlds largest collection of over water villas the epitome of luxury & relaxation. You can dive into the crystal blue waters straight from your own deck.

The islands are to be explored and there is no better way to explore than from a sunset cruise on a dhow whilst sipping your champagne or for the more adventures why not swim with the whale sharks (the gentle giants of the ocean).

A popular choice with our holidaymakers is pairing the Maldives with either Sri Lanka or Dubai , we would be happy to advise you on various options.

Seychelles

This Indian Ocean archipelago made up of over 100 islands has no shortage of untouched beaches, stunning scenery and exotic wildlife. The tranquillity and untouched natural beauty of these islands must be seen to be believed.

Here you can explore world class diving & snorkelling sites, take a trip to Victoria, the capital of Mahe, where you will find plenty of restaurants and shops to explore. Or if you choose to stay on Praslin a visit to The Vallee de Mai Nature Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage site which protects endangered species.

Or if you want your own paradise Island head over to Denis Private Island with only 23 cottages & 2 villas.

Whichever island you choose we can help you find create your holiday in Paradise.

Sri Lanka

Historic ruins, endless sandy beaches, world famous tea plantations, herds of elephants and warm friendly people this is what you will find in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka is surrounded by the Indian Ocean and home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage sites as well as haven for wildlife, year-round sunshine and stunning landscapes Sri Lanka is a real gem in the Indian Ocean.

Looking for beaches- check out Beruwala’s Golden Mile beach. Here you can jet ski, windsurf or parasail. If you are feeling hungry there is plenty of restaurants and bars dotted along the beach. Pay attention as you could spot a turtle nesting!

Why not take a 4×4 jeep safari in Minneriya National Park where you will head to the watering holes and wait for the elephants to take a drink, cool off and bathe – a mesmerising experience.

Sri Lanka is definitely worth a visit.

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