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Katie Niblett

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Best Time To Go

May – June & September – December

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Holiday Length

16 nights

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Price guide

From £4,996pp

Based on two adults sharing on a bed & breakfast basis. Includes all international flights and transfers.
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Holiday type

Beach, Tailor-made

Highlights

Mauritius & the Seychelles

Ready to experience a luxury beach holiday like no other? First, you’ll head to the island paradise of Mauritius, famed for its white-sand beaches, tropical landscapes and welcoming locals. Enjoy seven nights at one of our favourite resorts before catching a short flight to another jewel in the Indian Ocean, the Seychelles. Here, you’ll be treated to unspoiled beauty, a pristine shoreline and ocean filled with colourful marine life. Take your pick from a wide range of water sports, including windsurfing, kayaking or PADI-certified scuba diving. If all that sounds too energetic, simply settle into a comfortable sun lounger and gaze out at the sparkling ocean with a cocktail in your hand.

UK – Mauritius

Take an overnight flight to Mauritius before transferring to Constance Le Prince Maurice, your island paradise for the next seven nights. Surrounded by a protective reef, this elegant hotel sits on the shore of a calm turquoise lagoon and is surrounded by white-sand beaches and lush tropical vegetation. Settle into your luxurious suite before enjoying a delicious lunch at one of the resort’s three restaurants.

Mauritius

Spend the next few days enjoying your surroundings and the first-class facilities at your resort. Health fanatics will be looked after here - the resort’s Kickstart package offers tailor-made menus of fresh and healthy meals, fitness sessions, sunrise yoga and carefully selected spa treatments. The perfect way to detox. Golfers will be pleased to hear that green fees are complimentary, and access to the Golf Academy and two 18-hole championship golf courses comes as standard.

Mauritius

Take a break from the beach and head inland to explore the island of Mauritius. Hikes and treks are the best ways to discover Le Pouce Mountain, with its breath-taking views over Port Louis. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, try your hand at canyoning, an adrenalin sport that’s becoming increasingly popular on the island. Or submerge beneath the waves on a submarine ride or scuba diving trip – underwater experiences that will open your eyes to the many treasures of the Mauritian waters.

Mauritius – Seychelles

Your time on Mauritius may have come to an end, but you’re not going home yet. Take a short flight to Mahé, the largest of the Seychelles’ islands, and check in to the beautiful Constance Ephelia Resort. Overlooking the marine national park of Port Launay, the resort enjoys an enviable location on one of the island’s best beaches. Indulge in some ‘me time’ by the sparkling pool or take to the ocean waves with a windsurfing lesson or fishing trip. Ephelia’s excellent PADI dive centre can arrange any number of dives to explore the magnificent reefs that surround Mahé.

Seychelles

With its location forming a natural harbour of protected marine reserve, the snorkelling opportunities at Constance Ephelia are excellent. Work up a hunger exploring the incredible marine life before deciding where to eat. And you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. The resort’s five restaurants and bars each offer a unique culinary concept. At Corossol, the focus is on the interaction between you and the chef, who will serve up an outstanding meal right in front of you. Alternatively, choose to dine on local cuisine at Seselwa, with views over the North Beach.

Seychelles

Be sure to explore the rest of the island during your time here. First settled by the French, before it became a British colony, Mahé is rich in history but also something of a living laboratory. A wealth of rare endemic flora has evolved here over centuries of isolation. The capital, Victoria, still bears signs of its colonial heritage and is well worth a visit. The island’s botanical garden is home to the Aldabra Giant Tortoise – these fascinating creatures are emblematic of the Seychelles and individuals can live for more than 150 years.

Seychelles – UK

Spend one final morning at your luxurious Seychelles resort before transferring to the airport for your overnight flight back to the UK.

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