Revel in the natural beauty of the Seychelles, play first class golf in Mauritius or go under water clubbing in the Maldives. All three destinations are famous for their pristine white coral sand beaches, clear turquoise blue waters, excellent diving and deep sea fishing, as well as for their top class hotels and spas – and they are all located in the Indian Ocean.
So which is the perfect choice for you? We know!
THE MALDIVES - THE INCARNATION OF A PERFECT LUXURY PARADISE ISLAND HOLIDAY
This is a destination that has evolved, and although they still offer the barefoot luxury that they’re so famous for – there are now also resorts that provide more sporting activities like tennis – and even golf. And you don’t have to rely on a god book for your evening entertainment anymore – now you can dine at underwater restaurants and go to jungle cinemas. And for a really cool and hip flavour visit the Niyama resort where you can party the night away at the World’s first under water night-club 500 metres out to sea.
The Maldives is the perfect choice for the affluent traveller who expects high-speed Wi-Fi but still want desert island idyll. There is a great choice for everyone – romantic sand-between the toes resorts for honeymooners, resorts with great kids clubs – or resorts with more activities for those of you who don’t fancy lounging in a beach chair for weeks. The islands are also a mecca for scuba divers (and snorkelers) who come for the stunning coral reefs and abundant marine life.
MAURITIUS - A SPARKLING CRYSTAL IN THE INDIAN OCEAN
The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius offers the perfect combination of beautiful beaches and fantastic first class golf courses - amazing family friendly as well as romantic resorts. The island is exclusive and beautiful – and the perfect place to find sun, turquoise sea and pristine white sand beaches. But it also has a lot more to offer including scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, sightseeing and shopping.
Mauritius is the perfect choice for families and anyone looking for an active beach holiday!
THE SEYCHELLES A TROPICAL IDYLL FOR THE RICH AND FAMOUS
These islands have the ultimate exclusive appeal and provide real eye candy with a diverse tropical scenery, exquisite ribbons of white sand lapped by topaz waters, backed by lush hills.
The Seychelles consists of 115 islands scattered in the Indian Ocean. Some islands are grand and granitic, others are tiny coral outcrops poking out of the sea – but each has its very own identity. Depending on the island you can find activities such as golf, horse riding, snorkelling, water sports, various excursions – or maybe you just want to relax on the beach – that’s fine too!
The islandscan almost be said to be a paradox with upscale resorts combining luxury with the preservation of rare wild life. The Seychelles are a living museum of natural history and a natural sanctuary for some of the rarest flora and fauna on earth.