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Our Indian Ocean specialists

Meet our Indian Ocean specialists. They share a passion for these picture perfect islands and would love to share their enthusiasm and experience with you.

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Alice Moseley

My favourite place in the entire world has to be the Maldives. Despite visiting over 5 times now I will never get bored! The views from the seaplane as you fly over the atolls still amaze me, the crystal clear waters are home to the most colourful fish where you can spend hours snorkelling and the service and quality of cuisine is exceptional! Further to the west, watersports are complimentary in Mauritius, making it a great spot for those wanting an adrenaline rush and for those wanting to chill but perhaps wanting a bit of an island hop, go to the Seychelles - a true bucket list destination!

Anna Chaplin

From the moment I arrived into the Maldives I felt myself completely relax and I instantly fell in love with the place (to be honest it’s hard not to!). As someone who likes to be active on holiday and finds it tricky to sit still, I thought I may get itchy feet quite quickly, however, I was pleasantly surprised at just how easy it was to unwind and to simply enjoy the beautiful surroundings and also by how much there was to do whilst there. From slipping into the water with snorkel gear and marvelling at all the colourful fish, black tip reef sharks and rays, to kayaking, sunset fishing and surfing. Every island has it’s own style and charm and the people are all so welcoming and the service is exceptional. The beaches and water are just how you imagine them and are even more amazing when you see them in person, it really is paradise!

Ana Albiol

The Indian Ocean has not only some of the clearest waters and idyllic white sand beaches also some of the world’s best spas and golf courses. For that idyllic private island getaway, you cannot beat the stunning Maldives. If you seek a little more than pristine beaches and want to experience a destination fully, then Mauritius will not disappoint. With incredible scenery, world class golf courses and a whole host of activities and experiences you will be sure to have as active or relaxing time as you wish.

Emma Mark

I have been visiting the Maldives since beginning my career in travel and despite initial reservations that it would be too quiet I am drawn back again and again. I think partly, it is that every island has its own identity which makes it fun finding the right island for each of my guests. I also specialise in Mauritius which offers a great alternative to the Maldives especially for those who like to explore. With such interesting history and landscape it is perfect for those wanting to be more active.

Hannah Fullagar

What’s not to like about the Indian Ocean?! Before I visited, I had such a strong picture in my mind of a holiday spent lying on a soft, white, sandy beach, dipping my toes in turquoise waters, watching gently swaying palm trees in an incredible sunset with an ice cold Piña Colada in my hand and it did not disappoint! The Maldives has quickly become a firm favourite of mine, and somewhere I will happily return to again and again. For me a holiday really is a time to switch off from everything and escape reality for a few days, and I couldn’t think of a better place than the Indian Ocean to do so.

Juliet Morris

I was 16 years old when I first visited the Indian Ocean – on a family diving holiday in Mauritius. Since then, I have explored many parts of this stunning tropical region. One of my favourite destinations in the world has to be the Seychelles. It is the perfect choice for a romantic honeymoon or an island-hopping adventure. The islands are simply beautiful with the most amazingly soft powder sand beaches, lush green tropical rainforests and a welcoming Creole charm. What makes this country distinct from other Indian Ocean islands is the unique geology – these islands are the only oceanic islands in the world formed of granite. The granite boulders and sheer cliff faces are spectacular and offer plenty of photo opportunities!

Katie May

I’m a relative newcomer to the world of the Indian Ocean, having first visited Mauritius in March 2014 where I fell in love! Since then I am lucky enough to have also visited the Maldives, and will shortly be heading for the Seychelles to tick off the hat trick! My favourite so far has to be Six Senses Laamu. I adore the barefoot luxury of the island, and it has the bonus of a world class surf break to keep my husband happy! As Mum to a five year old, NIYAMA has to be up there too with what I think is the best children’s club I have ever seen!

Nicky Hazeldine

The Maldives is a truly unique destination. The sea plane is an experience in itself seeing all of the atolls below. The snorkelling is like being in an underwater aquarium. You don’t even have to be in the water to see the wide array of marine life you can spot them from your over water bungalow and you can see the baby black tip reef sharks swimming along the shore line. The service is impeccable and the food delicious you will not want to leave.

Our guide to the Maldives

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