With picture-perfect shallow turquoise waters blending into endless sandy beaches and luxurious accommodation, the Maldives really are the ultimate desert island paradise located in the Indian Ocean.
A 115-island country lying almost 1,000 miles east of mainland Africa, there is nowhere quite like the Seychelles. With no indigenous population (the islands were settled by the French in 1770) even now only around 20 are inhabited.
Mauritius has a well-earned reputation as the go-to Indian Ocean Island for beach lovers at almost any time of year. The plethora of resorts dotted all around the island’s coast cater to every requirement and taste whether you are a family of five needing plenty of activities as well as childcare and babysitting or a romantic couple looking for somewhere intimate and indulgent to spend your precious time away together.
Rosie Kennedy, Private Sales Manager explains what you need to take into consideration when booking your luxury Maldives holiday. Transfers Are Key Depending on the island chosen the method of getting there after arriving in Malé can vary enormously both in terms of experience and cost. The islands closest to Malé tend to
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