Reunion Island is unique in the world: you can choose to spend your days stretching out under the sun’s gentle caress, facing its mountains like a seasoned trekker, letting yourself be hypnotised by its seabed….
Great Island Destinations in the Indian Ocean
The Indian Ocean is dotted with numerous islands – small and large, inhabited and uninhabited. Spread out from the west coast of Australia to the east coast of Africa and the southern coasts of India and the Middle East, the island destinations in the Indian Ocean offer everything you could possibly be looking for in an island getaway, whether it’s dense tropical jungle, world-class beaches, spicy food or rare wildlife.
Located in the tropics, the Indian Ocean is home to numerous gorgeous islands spanning across countries and continents. These magnificent islands that will leave you bewitched by their beauty. Whether a couple seeking romance and relaxation or a family needing excitement and entertainment, whatever your ‘must-have’, we’d wager that the Indian Ocean has it, and a whole lot more.
With influences from the African coasts to the west and the Asian spices to the east, as well as centuries of western colonial inspiration, the Indian Ocean offers so much delectable food to tempt you on holiday. Across the Seychelles, Mauritius and the Maldives, fresh produce, aromatic spices and some of the world’s best seafood are combined to create a harmony of flavour wherever you choose to stay.
A favourite way for many to spend their days in the Indian Ocean is with a mask and snorkel under the blue lagoons that surround the islands. Manta rays, sea turtles and some of the most beautiful fish can be seen just steps away from the beach at Constance Moofushi. If you’re looking to go deeper you can visit the professional divemasters at the island’s fantastic dive school. Both novices wanting to get their feet wet and seasoned underwater veterans will be able to visit some of the most amazing marine sites.
Destinations in Indian Ocean
The Maldives is made up of thousand two hundred islands, all different in their own unique ways. The geography of Maldives alone is something one would not get tired of observing. The archipelago is made up of 26 atolls, rings formed of islands and reefs of varying shapes, depths and sizes that present hues of blue, turquoise to indigo.