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Indian Ocean Hotels and Flights

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£633 per person

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Desert island dreams

If you’re looking for pure luxury and indulgence, a holiday to the Indian Ocean is the answer.

From overwater villas in the Maldives for a romantic getaway, to Mauritius’ melting pot of cuisine and culture; the Indian Ocean offers laid back living with a twist. Why not island hop around the Granitic and Coral islands of the Seychelles or wander the streets of Sri Lanka for a historic experience like no other? Scattered like precious jewels, each Indian Ocean island has something unique to offer, with paradise and bliss in common.

Soak up even more charm by twinning your Indian Ocean holiday with another one of our destinations. For the perfect contrast between relaxation and glamorous city life, why not visit the Middle East before or after your Indian Ocean stay? Choose from Dubai, Abu Dhabi and more for the ultimate stopover. 

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Indian Ocean Tours (3)

Let us show you the world on our group and private tours.

Indian Ocean Multi Centre Holidays (14)

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Things to do in Indian Ocean

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Our favourite time to go to Indian Ocean

Weather

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
31°C
8mm
FEB
31°C
3mm
MAR
31°C
7mm
APR
32°C
10mm
MAY
31°C
20mm
JUN
31°C
18mm
JUL
31°C
18mm
AUG
31°C
26mm
SEP
30°C
11mm
OCT
30°C
31mm
NOV
30°C
25mm
DEC
30°C
12mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Maldives

Dry Season

The Maldives enjoys warm tropical weather and plenty of sunshine year round, but there’s less risk of rain from December to April. The hottest months of the year are March and April, when temperatures can reach 33°C.   

Our Favourite Season

If you want sunny days, clear blue skies, great diving, and little chance of rain, take your Maldives holiday between December and April. This is peak season, so there are plenty of activities on offer too.

Rainy Season

There are two monsoon seasons in the Maldives – the northwest (summer) monsoon brings very little rain and wind from November to April, and the southwest (winter) monsoon brings occasional showers from May to October, mainly in June and July.

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Mauritius

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
31°C
62mm
FEB
31°C
69mm
MAR
32°C
130mm
APR
29°C
253mm
MAY
31°C
382mm
JUN
30°C
186mm
JUL
30°C
125mm
AUG
30°C
114mm
SEP
30°C
236mm
OCT
30°C
369mm
NOV
30°C
310mm
DEC
30°C
168mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Sri Lanka

Dry Season

The driest season in Sri Lanka tends to be from December to March for the west coast, the south coast and the Hill Country, and from April to September for the ancient cities area and the east coast.  

Our Favourite Season

With different dry and rainy seasons depending on the area of the country, Sri Lanka is a great year round destination. We love hitting the beaches of the west and south coasts from December to March, escaping the cold winter back home.  

Rainy Season

The Yala monsoon brings heavy rainfall to Sri Lanka’s west and south from May to September, while the Maha monsoon blows rain into the north and east from October to January. October and November see rain in many parts of the island.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
380mm
FEB
29°C
270mm
MAR
30°C
220mm
APR
30°C
180mm
MAY
30°C
160mm
JUN
28°C
90mm
JUL
27°C
80mm
AUG
27°C
70mm
SEP
28°C
130mm
OCT
28°C
160mm
NOV
29°C
220mm
DEC
28°C
330mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Seychelles

Dry Season

Weather in the Seychelles doesn't vary too much throughout the year, with a warm tropical climate making for an ideal year round destination. April to September are the driest, coolest months, with the most comfortable temperatures. 

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time of year to visit the Seychelles is the dry season, between April and September, when rainfall isn't as heavy and temperatures are high without being humid or uncomfortable. 

Rainy Season

Regular rain keeps the Seychelles lush and green, with October to March seeing hotter, wetter, more humid weather due to the northwest monsoon. The islands lie outside the hurricane belt and are rarely affected by storms. 

Excursions in and around Indian Ocean

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