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Indian Ocean Islands
Why choose the Indian Ocean Islands?

You may like to link your safari with a few days self indulgent relaxation on some idyllic Indian Ocean island.. 

After your safari we can extend your stay in five star luxury in a superb Mauritian hotel like the Oberoi or The Residence, or the Banyan Tree in the Seychelles.
If you prefer the more luxurious Robinson Crusoe existence try some far flung atoll like Alphonse Island in the Seychelles. On small islands like this it is possible to cycle a mile or two across a coconut plantation and find yourselves with your own private beach surrounded by the most brilliant colors - vibrant greens, the sun bleached sand and the multi hued shades of the blue Indian Ocean.
 Pole Pole on Mafia Island and Funzi Keys off the Kenyan coast are all idyllic private and superbly run hideaways in glorious settings with a full range of thrilling water sports. Additionally, along the coast of Kenya are two of our favorities, Princess Caroline’s Beach House in Lamu, and Alfajiri Villas, near Mombasa. For the ultimate in luxury and privacy North Island in the Seychelles is everything you could wish for.
The Seychelles and Mauritius can be visited at any time of the year, and the best time is July to September, with tropical rains falling more frequently in January and February, and average temperature being 79 degrees Fahrenheit.
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