The tropical island of Mauritius, once an abode for pirates, is now familiar for luxury hotels on white sand beaches with volcanic mountain backgrounds. It is an island for traversing, with Indian shrines, colonial houses, botanical gardens, and probabilities to spot rare birds among steep ebony trees, move with lions or swim with dolphins. Mauritians, a blend of French, Indian, Creole and Chinese peoples, are eminent for their hospitality and visitors to the islands normally rave about the service. Luxury is explicitly affordable in holidays to Mauritius. The country has some of the best value accords in the region. Reassuring vestige of the British colonial era persist in the oldest Club, tea harvesting and driving on the left, but gateaux pigments and dhal puri stalls at markets, hip-wiggling Sega discharge and the pervasive dodo icon, add a touch of the weird. Mauritius holidays include immense waters ports, top class spas, top-flight golf courses and food bon vivant cuisine make it painful to leave the hotel, but Mauritius has many things to see and do – from French primitive houses and fantastic animal parks to nature walks, quad biking and horse riding. The tourism polestar is in the north around Grand Baie, which has the greatest combination of hotels, beaches and enjoyment. The east coast is most famed with some of the most revered hotels and spans of arguably the most alluring white sand beaches, while the flat, calm beaches of the west coast are preferred by families. The “green” south is the island’s savage but perhaps more attractive side. There are clutches of hotels in the southeast and more to be found gripped onto calm stretches near pelting surf and cliff top walks in the southwest.
A pleasant garden island inspired with traditional village charm, a mere twenty five minute speedboat ride from Malé International Airport, the private coral island is home to the charm of luxury holidays in a Maldivian village by the turquoise sea. Here, palm-thatched domes and bungalows line the white sand or plunge their feet into the crystal water. An island spa bids soothing Asian mystery. Sunrise, sunshine and sunset paint the eternal sky. A far off natural wilderness in the Baa Atoll UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, thirty to forty five minutes by seaplane from Malé International Airport, this leafy beach-bordered coral island grasps both idyllic, away-from-it-all ebb and citified enjoyment on land and water – from genuine ayurvedic therapies in the spa to bursting, sailing or diving in the jewel-like waters. One can enjoy all these natural beauties during his holidays to Maldives. Four Seasons pathfinders is a memorable adventure in itself, and thrilling complement to either or both of the Four Seasons Resorts Maldives. Imagine having one’s own five-acre playground in a splendid and placid UNESCO ocean territory, which is off limits to everyone. That’s Voavah, the world’s prime exclusive-use UNESCO hideaway – a lavish seven-bedroom private island resort in the Baa Atoll Biosphere Reserve that bids unlimited island living to its patrons: somewhere to ebb explore, affix, celebrate and dream with the open eyes on Maldive luxury holidays.