Indian Ocean

From the extraordinary, unique flora and fauna of Madagascar, to luxury living in the Maldives, the islands of the Indian Ocean are wonderfully contrasting with one thing in common: gorgeous turquoise waters, and tropical breezes that feel magical on the skin. Take an adventure across Madagascar’s hugely diverse landscape, stretch out on a powder-white Seychelles beach, or dip your feet into the shallow waters surrounding your over-water villa in the Maldives. There’s a little piece of paradise waiting for you in the Indian Ocean.

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Mauritius

Mauritius

Mauritius is located in the Indian Ocean, with breathtaking white sandy beaches, crystal-clear blue seas. Mauritius and its fabulous diving and golfing facilities make Mauritius a great spot for both couples and families. Visitors to Mauritius can enjoy the delicious cuisine, fantastic service and interesting mix of Muslim, Indian and Creole cultures.

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Maldives

Maldives

The Maldives Archipelago is located to the south west of India, an expansive cluster of atolls surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean - arguably the ultimate paradise island experience. Luxurious over-water villas are suspended above shallow lagoons, with over 300 species of tropical fish, making the Maldives the perfect diving location.

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Madagascar

Madagascar

Madagascar is a large island off the east coast of Africa. Hugely diverse in terrain and biodiversity, Madagascar is unique. The centre is characterised by highlands, the east coast is covered in rainforest, the west is open savannah and the southern tip is semi-desert. With many endemic species, Madagascar is a fascinating place, very different to its African continent.

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Seychelles

Seychelles

The Seychelles is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa, with 100 islands that vary from coral atolls, perfect for diving, to larger tropical islands such as Mahe. In the Seychelles lush tropical vegetation supports an exceptional biodiversity, and there are unique orchid species and large seabird colonies.

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