Zanzibar, Seychelles, Maldives & Mauritius

  Indian Ocean Pearls...

Garden of Eden...
Maldives:  5Nights $1400


Zanzibar... The Spice Island

The world-renowned Spice Island welcomes you with the tantalizing aromas of cloves,

turmeric, cinnamon, nutmeg, lemongrass and black pepper. As a historical site,

Zanzibar’s stone town was declared a UNESCO world heritage site due to its

manifestation of cultural fusion and harmonization of African, Asian, Arabian, Chinese

and European heritages spanning over centuries. It also has a symbolic importance in

the suppression of slavery since it was one of the main slave-trading ports in the east

Africa. However, it is Zanzibar’s idyllic beaches, balmy weather & warm tropical waters

that draw many tourists to this Indian Ocean pearl. Explore…



Seychelles... Land of Perpetual summer

Seychelles’ warm, tropical climate all year round and its location outside the cyclone belt makes for one of the world’s best beaches and most sought after honeymoon destinations. Visit UNESCO’s World Heritage Site of Vallée de Mai National Park, the only place in the world where you will find the exceptional coco dem palm, with its large double coconut. Rare birds such as the Seychelles bulbul, fruiter and the black parrot are also found in Seychelles. Relax...


Maldives...Garden of Eden

The spell casting island of Maldives is the perfect getaway for those yearning to escape

from the hustle and bustle of our current world into stillness, peace, tranquillity. ..

“With no beach sellers and seemingly hardly any guests,… everyone seems to have

their own private paradise. Then you go to dinner and wonder, where have these people been all day?” You deserve a piece of heaven on earth...


Mauritius...Freedom Republic

From the deepest hues of blues in the Indian Ocean to the lightest whites , yellows and purples of the flowers and festival costumes, to the reds and greens in between of the mountains’ flora, the different peoples who rightfully lay claim to the Island as their home, Mauritius is a truly a land of beautifully contrasting colours. 

But the hallmark of the Island which makes every visitor feel at home is the harmony of its social mosaic. Drawn from the Islands’  “checkered history of being colonized by practically everyone - including the Dutch, French, and British”, African, Indian, Chinese and Europeans thrive peaceably here as one Nation; proof that humans can indeed  transcend their cultural, racial and religious differences. 

The Le Morne Mountain become a symbol of freedom for runaway slaves in the 17th and 18th century. By the early 19th Century, Maroons made up about 85% of the total island’s population. The island eventually gained the title of the ‘Maroon Republic’ due to the numerous settlements on Le Morne Mountain. Embrace the freedom and choose  from the numerous water sports  such as diving, surfing, deep sea fishing, hike the mountains , take a wildlife adventure, pump up your adrenaline on a zip line, laze on the sandy beaches, walk the streets tasting highly spiced street food, cooked ‘just like at home’,  Join the festival dances," who cares for right or left feet?"  blend in, You are home...