A tapestry of watercolour islands
Indian Ocean holidays offer cerulean waters with gentle waves that lap the shores of some of the world’s most outstanding islands. Laze on talc white beaches or adventure through bursting leafy jungle, snorkel alongside fish as they dart in shocks of orange and yellow or explore the rolling waves via jet ski. Whether you’re travelling as a couple, family or solo, there is an Indian Ocean holiday for everyone.
Indian Ocean holidays start with The Maldives; this destination needs no introduction. Peppering the sea with over 1,000 islands, the country offers the epitome of bliss. Year round sunshine and crystal clear waters make for a perfect honeymoon destination and all inclusive resorts are an ideal family getaway.
The Seychelles’ topography allows for a seamless blend of exploration and relaxation, where pristine beaches and teaming coral reefs fringe the verdant islands. Its amalgamation of cultures provides exquisite cuisine, and you can look forward to indulging in fresh and fragrant dishes. For sightseeing opportunities, visit Sri Lanka, which is saturated in a rich history. Take a trip to Galle’s walled old town before heading to the stunning Anuradhapura temples.
Luxury holidays in the Indian Ocean are a must for those who want to retreat to paradise. From boutique villas to private islands resorts, serene spas and exquisite restaurants luxury is at the heart of Indian Ocean escapes.
Our expert Trusted Advisers at Sovereign will help you find the ideal hotel for your luxury getaway to the Indian Ocean. We’ve handpicked some of the best hotels and resorts the area has to offer, each guaranteed to take your breath away. Families will be pampered at the Centara Grand Island Resort and Spa, where you can enjoy the ultimate all inclusive experience. The Six Senses Zil pasyon is a breath taking private island retreat, while for a mixture of landscapes, you should choose to stay at Shangri-La's Hambantota Resort & Spa. It offers spectacular views of the coast, 145 acres of tropical gardens and is only a short distance away from the Udawalawe National Park.