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The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world’s oceans and covers approximately 20% of the water on the Earth’s surface. Wonderful islands are dotted across this vast expanse including Madagascar, Mozambique, The Maldives, Mauritius, The Seychelles, Zanzibar and Sri Lanka. Islands that are all very different and yet they all offer the visitor superb beaches, wonderful snorkelling and diving and the opportunity to recharge the soul.


The Maldives are known as the “flower of the Indies” and are a wonderful collection of desert island gems with 1,190 tiny islands, in 26 atolls spread over 90,000 sq. km of the Indian Ocean.
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Mauritius is verdant tropical island of colour and contrast. A real treasure trove with beautiful beaches, world-class resorts, exceptionally high service levels, scenic beauty and plenty of adventure and activity for those seeking more than relaxation.
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The Seychelles are one of nature’s treasure-troves and are for the visitor with empathy for nature, seeking to escape the pressures of hectic everyday life and wanting to be lulled by peace and tranquillity.
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Mozambique is the perfect extension to a safari holiday in East Africa or Southern Africa but it is also quickly becoming a destination in its own right with many exciting developments occurring, with wildlife reserves and island resorts opening on a fairly frequent basis.
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There are few places that stir the imagination as effectively as Zanzibar - exotic and mysterious and where Arabia meets the Dark Continent. Explore atmospheric and historical Stone Town, wonderful beaches, spice plantations, fascinating fishing villages, and the beautiful world underwater.
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For such a small island Sri Lanka offers the visitor amazing diversity and contains so many wonderful variations of culture, scenery & natural beauty. It works perfectly as a destination in its own right but it can also be easily combined with The Maldives or Middle East destinations such as Dubai.
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