Indian Ocean: White Sands & Tea Plantations
Secluded and largely unexplored, sailing the exotic islands of the Indian Ocean, in comfort and style, on board a luxury superyacht is paradise indeed. Get ready to discover striking coral reefs jam-packed with diverse marine life and turquoise, transparent water gently lapping the finest white sand beaches. This glorious collection of islands, between Africa, Asia and Australasia, include the Seychelles, Maldives, Mauritius, Madagascar and the Comoros, all of whom offer something extraordinary. Diverse, pristine and enchanting, the area overflows with opportunities to enjoy a range of activities and fun nightlife, set against the backdrop of breath-taking natural wonders. With countless marinas, an abundance of sublime weather plus an overwhelmingly warm welcome from friendly locals; this is nirvana in all its glory. An unforgettable Indian Ocean luxury yacht charter allows you to experience the rich local culture set in a variety of landscapes and a natural, underwater playground that never fails to amaze snorkellers and divers alike. From your superyacht, the warm ocean temperature and fantastic visibility make this region a favourite for spectacular highlights such as spotting the gargantuan whale shark, whilst on land affable giant tortoises and bombastic coconut crabs reside in comfort.
From hip-swaying sega dancers in Mauritius to dhoni boats bobbing in the Maldives, embracing laidback beach-living is a veritable art-form where the relaxed lifestyle echoes the calm tempo of the ocean.
Whether visiting chic tourist resorts or exploring incredible wildlife and nature reserves, the plethora of scenic opportunities contrasts and combines across these enigmatic islands.
Guaranteed there will be limitless, undreamed-of adventures to be had during your luxury yacht charter.
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Seychelles: Sea Turtles & Sunsets
Strewn with World Heritage Sites, the granite archipelago of the Seychelles clusters together over 100 mostly uninhabited islands, dotted with picturesque hidden bays and awe-inspiring scenery.