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Welcome To The Indian Ocean

Luxury Safari In The Indian Ocean.

These islands are primarily those belonging to the SEYCHELLES ARCHIPELAGO and MOZAMBIQUE. These islands have the finest beach lodges and hotels of any in the Southern Hemisphere and the quality of the marine life and water clarity is second to none. The better known islands are NORTH ISLAND, MAHE, and ALPHONSE.

A Collection Of Life-enriching Experiences

Experiences On A Luxury Safari In The Indian Ocean.

Get to know the Indian Ocean on a personal level & meet the people who call it their home. Discover life-enriching and unforgettable experiences while on a luxury safari in the Indian Ocean.

Indian Ocean Luxury Safari


Set against the soothing blue of the Indian Ocean and with only granite boulders or the occasional cluster of palm trees breaking the long runs of powder-soft beaches, the islands of the Seychelles Archipelago are hard to beat as a beach holiday destination. And it’s not just the postcard-perfect beaches that sit among the world’s finest; with a scattering of award-winning resorts and super-stylish villas, a Seychelles holiday affords you the chance to live out your tropical island fantasy in pure, world-class luxury.

Indian Ocean Luxury Safari


The name alone is likely to conjure up images of spice markets, palm-fringed beaches and white-sailed dhows on a turquoise sea – and happily the reality doesn’t disappoint. Lying only a short distance off the Tanzania coast but at the crossroads of Africa, the Middle East and Asia, Zanzibar has long been at the centre of the Indian Ocean experience in East Africa and a Zanzibar holiday is a sensory experience par excellence.

Indian Ocean Luxury Safari

Mozambique Islands

More affordable than the Seychelles and less built-up than Mauritius, Mozambique is fast becoming the place to go for classic tropical island holidays. Its wide mainland beaches are lapped by the warm Indian Ocean but the most appealing destinations lie just offshore: two clusters of postcard-perfect islands dot the blue horizon – the Bazaruto Archipelago in the south and the exclusive private islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago near the Tanzanian border in the far north.