Indian Ocean

Lying between Africa, Australia and India the Indian Ocean is one of the world’s largest oceans. It is renowned for powder white beaches and aquamarine seas but the Indian Ocean’s destinations offer a lot more and each have their own character. Sri Lanka with its wildlife, culture and history contrasts starkly with the tiny ocean idyll’s of the Maldives, pancake flat and providing ultimate beachside relaxation.  The islands of the Seychelles too are varied with La Digue and its iconic rocks one of the most beautiful. Mauritius has long been renowned for its deluxe hotels and wonderful beaches but as more first class hotels open up in the interior a holiday combining nature, walking and beach is now a real possibility. And for the ultimate nature and hiking experience in the Indian Ocean visit La Reunion and hike its mountainous peaks.  

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka has to be one of our favourite countries. It is a year round destination – as long as you know where to go and when – and we do! Great for everyone – for families, culture vultures, adventurers, wildlife enthusiasts and beach lovers. We can put together a fabulous trip for you. Whether it’s a full country tour you want or a week seeing the sights followed by relaxing on a beach.


Reunion is part of the EU! A French overseas department lying off the east coast of Africa. Everyone speaks French and the local currency is the Euro but Reunion is an exotic island with spectacular scenery. The mountains at its heart are volcanic in origin and a major attraction for hikers. In fact Reunion has so many activities that it is the perfect destination for more active travellers.


Lying a thousand miles off the East African coast and just four degrees south of the equator Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands lying in the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. Renowned for its lush white beaches with granite boulders Seychelles has coral reefs, lush vegetation and soaring mountains. It has a number of nature reserves and interesting wildlife including giant tortoises.


Long visited for its beaches, visitors to Mauritius are now straying from the coast to visit the island’s rich cultural and geographical sights. Mauritius is a fantastic place to fly and flop. There are luxury, adults only, and family friendly hotels on the island. But if you are a more active traveller Mauritius has plenty to offer. Even more so when combined with nearby La Reunion, Rodrigues or South Africa which is a direct five hour flight away.

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