The Seychelles archipelago consists of 115 islands, many of which are unpopulated. The main islands of (Mahe, Praslin and La Digue) are granite-based with thick tropical foliage, while the outlying islands are low-lying coral. Unspoiled and beautiful, the Seychelles offers endless private beaches and crystal waters; the ideal getaway.
Be treated to picture-perfect white beaches dotted with massive black granite boulders, against the backdrop of forest-covered mountains. A bohemian mix of Creole, English and French, Seychelles is a little beach-rustic, and a bit colonial with hints of cosmopolitan.
The islands have a universal appeal, offering tranquility in luxurious settings, seafaring adventures on catamaran’s and far-flung islands to explore.
Mauritius lies like a rich green emerald in the turquoise velvet of the Indian Ocean. This magnificent volcanic, island is more than just beaches. Experience the bustle of Grand Baie, the pristine sands of Belle Mare, and the spectacular Seven Colored Earth of Chamarel.
With endless opportunities to connect with island culture and history, see the day to day dealings of sugar production, towers and forts built in the 1800s and mysterious shipwrecks. Mauritius speaks to the adventure-seeker, beach-lover and honeymooner, boasting pristine forest trails and tumbling waterfalls.
The island’s crystalline waters surround coral-studded coasts, exploding with life, offering some of the best diving and snorkeling in Africa.
As the fourth largest island in the world, Madagascar exudes the charm of an islet, with unspoiled beaches, a magical pirate island, spectacular Nosy Be archipelago, gorgeous lodges and unique wildlife to welcome you. Cut off from mainland Africa for millions of years, Madagascar is teeming with flora and fauna that exists nowhere else in the world.
There is much to do and while you can laze on a sandy beach and dip into crystalline waters to peak at coral reefs, we'd recommend exploring the rest of the island too. Madagascar's forests are home to incredible lemur sightings, no-so-shy chameleons, baobabs, aloes, geckoes, sifakas and octopus' trees.
Known for its spectacular beaches, marine life and time-warped old Portuguese towns. Mozambique's landscape diverse with dunes, lagoons, forests, estuaries, mangroves, plains, bush and beaches.
The mainland offers 2,500 kilometers of pristine white beaches, with a string of idyllic islands, glittering in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. With its unspoiled natural beauty and rich marine life, Mozambique is a favorite with honeymooners, scuba divers and water sports fanatics.
Here one can have the most incredible experiences swimming with whale sharks, dolphins and diving to coral reefs.
Reunion boasts extreme landscapes, from the lava fields of the south to the palm-fringed beaches of the west, jagged peaks of the inland plateau and forests filled with flora and fauna, there is certainly no shortage of attractions. Unlike Mauritius and the Seychelles, Reunion gives you the opportunity to get off the beaten track and explore an island steeped in history and natural wonders.
This is not your postcard beach holiday but one far more fulfilling with the chance to witness volcanic activity, hike into moonlike craters, summit mysterious mountains and go horse-riding through lush rainforests.
For the thrill-seekers there's canyoning down waterfalls, world-class surfing, scuba-diving, paragliding and mountain biking.
Surrounded by deep blue waters, flourishing coral reefs and powder white beaches, the chain of islands that makes up the Maldives provides the ultimate destination to unwind with a delicious cocktail whilst lounging in a hammock or, for those slightly more active, exploring the vivid coral reefs on excellent snorkeling and scuba diving excursions.
If you're looking for an idyllic honeymoon destination or just want some time out on a secluded and luxurious island retreat, the Maldives is the perfect destination for you.