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INDIAN OCEAN HOLIDAYS

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Exotic and Diverse Culture, Tropical Paradise

Regional Travel Guides

Sumptuous hotels and beautiful coastlines...

Indian Ocean holidays give you the chance to taste the exotic and diverse culture of a holiday set on the world's 3rd largest ocean, the Indian Ocean, where you'll find unparalleled beaches, dazzling sunsets, exquisite cuisine and discover that this place really is paradise on earth.

The main season to travel to the region is in the wintertime, so if you're a sun seeker chasing some of that elusive winter warmth, then look no further - whether you choose to travel to ultra-modern Dubai which has 1st class facilities for families and couples alike, the idyllic islands of Mauritius, the Seychelles or the Maldives which are perfectly suited for honeymooners or choose captivating India to explore as a backpacker, then there'll definitely be something here to suit your requirements.

There is also a startling range of accommodation on offer, from modest Goan beach huts in India through to lavish 7 star hotels in Dubai, there will be something available to suit all budgets and tastes. Goa , on the west coast of India, has become extremely popular over the last few years as people have started to discover how much it has to offer. From the busy north, which is great for groups, with its markets and famous lively nightlife where you can live like a king on a pauper's budget, down to the tranquil south which has an abundance of sumptuous hotels, it is a fascinating place to visit and has a beautiful coastline with great beaches and is also an excellent starting point from which to explore India further.

Indian Ocean Tips

Being the worlds 3rd largest ocean, a fascinating and diverse part of the world and one of the main reasons people return time and time again, there is simply so much to see

Visa requirements and health and safety concerns will vary greatly depending on which part of the Indian Ocean you travel to, always check with your travel agent and GP before booking

Mosquitoes can be a problem in less developed areas of the Indian Ocean such as parts of India and Sri Lanka it is always advised to take malaria tablets if visiting one of these parts

The main tourist resorts are less of a risk however mosquito spray is advisable, especially on an evening

Fantastic New Shopping Centres And Amazing Coral Reefs...

Further south you will discover Kerala which like Goa has fantastic exotic beaches, yet has a more relaxed, traditional atmosphere. Some liken Kerala to how Goa was 10 years ago, somewhat undiscovered and a well kept secret, here you will get a real taste of the Indian culture and can stay either on the mainland or on Poovar Island just off the mainland.

Sri Lanka is another island just off the Indian coastline; however it is a country in its own right and is considerably larger than Poovar Island. It is situated just off the south east coast of India and nowhere encapsulates the Indian Ocean better than here - there's a great mix of relaxing exotic beach life and amazing excursions to explore the cultural heartbeat of the country, ensuring a memorable trip.

Closer to home, flights to Dubai are shorter than any of the other Indian Ocean destinations, with many direct flights available from the UK. The area has undergone massive recent development and is now home to the world's highest skyscraper, along with Palm Island (man-made islands in the shape of a palm tree) and The World (man-made islands in the shape of the world), as well as some fantastic new shopping centres and hotels. Honeymooners are spoilt for choice in the Indian Ocean with their most popular picks usually being Mauritius, the Seychelles and the Maldives.

Although not exclusively for honeymooners, they are perfectly suited for a relaxing romantic getaway in the sun. Mauritius is stunning and has amazing coral reefs which scuba divers love to explore, whilst the Seychelles provide lush, natural beauty of the highest order and have great beaches. Meanwhile, the archipelago known as the Maldives has long been sought after, due to being one of the most strikingly beautiful areas on the planet and is great for snorkelling too. So whatever you need from your Indian Ocean holiday, whether you need to be pampered, enjoy some family fun or actively explore the breathtaking regions you visit, you find your holiday experience to be truly special every time. Indian Ocean holidays are available here at Latedeals.co.uk.

Top Places to Visit

Goa
Goa has so much to offer plenty of colourful markets and bazaars to pick up a souvenir. You can get tailor made clothes and shoes at a fraction of the cost of UK prices.There are miles of sandy beaches with great watersports. Goa holidays offer a mouth watering choice of cuisine mixed with Portuguese flavour and Indian spice to international dishes.

Maldives
The Maldives have many secluded islands and each one is a self contained community with its own sports and leisure facilities, shops, bars, restaurants and entertainment. Maldives holidays offer various types of accommodation, thatched bungalows are set amongst tropical palm trees, whilst beach villas edge the crystal clear waters. One of the best places in the world to sample snorkeling and diving