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Discover The Maldives
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Discover Reunion Island, Dubai & OMAN

 

Dubai is a thriving cosmopolitan country and has become one of the world’s hottest vacation destinations. From the world’s largest artificial islands and the planet’s tallest building, to uber-luxury accommodations and top-notch dining, it’s nothing less than a scintillating experience for the senses.

An idyllic volcanic island surrounded by immaculate waters and covered with lush vegetation and swaying palm trees, full of friendly smiles and hand-picked resorts carefully designed to preserve nature's organic beauty…get ready to recline on a stretch of powdery sands or break out your water sports gear.

Get ready for breathtaking volcanoes, charming small cities, superb beaches, a range of elegant resorts, awesome rewards for hikers and divers, and a true melting pot at the crossroads of European, African and Asian cultures on Reunion Island, which has quietly become one of the world’s most desirable vacation destinations.

Dubai

 

 

Dubai is a thriving cosmopolitan country and has become one of the world's hottest vacation destinations. From the world's largest artificial islands and the planet's tallest building, to uber-luxury accommodations and top-notch dining, it's nothing less than a scintillating experience for the senses. An elegant fusion of sand and sea, Abu Dhabi graces its visitors with a rich cultural heritage, pristine waters, duty free shopping galore, high-touch prestigious hotels, one of the largest mosques in the world, and the planet’s most spectacular sand dunes.

The tiny Sultanate of Oman never ceases to impress with its fascinating culture and stunning architecture. Awaken to the Middle East’s best-kept secret, drenched in ancient history, ultra-modern style, delectable gastronomy, and some of the most jaw-dropping accommodations you could imagine. The people of the UAE and Oman are friendly and welcoming and adhere to a number of Islamic traditions. It is important to respect these traditions, and both men and women should dress appropriately, and refrain from dressing suggestively. English and Arabic are both commonly spoken throughout the UAE and Oman.

Downtown Dubai plays host to the world’s tallest manmade structure, the Burj Khalifa and to the largest mall in the known universe. Jumeriah Beach is home to, upscale hotels boasting high-touch facilities, sumptuous restaurants, white-glove service, and spectacular vistas uniquely designed to enchant and luxuriate the most discerning traveler. Take a waterfront stroll and relish picturesque views when visiting the historic Dubai Creek that once served as a port for trading vessels. It couldn’t be a better time to visit Abu Dhabi. With so many sights to see, you’re bound to become utterly entranced by its remarkable wonder! You’ll want to make sure you’ve at least tried some of the experiential activities like a water take-off on a seaplane for the ultimate million dollar views, sailing on a catamaran along the majestic coastline, or skiing on the orange-hued desert dunes for a thrill of a lifetime.

The Maldives and Mauritius

 

 

Awaken in a sun-soaked archipelago comprising 1,192 coral islands and 26 atolls – where the sunset transforms into a hypnotizing fusion of striking colors, where your senses are balanced, where there is an abundance of underwater life and thrilling water sports! With its stunning beaches, blue waters, and pure air, the Maldives may be the ultimate exotic getaway! Escape to one of the most idyllic – and isolated – destinations on the planet. Enjoy a picnic lunch on an uninhabited island. Take a sunset cruise on a catamaran. Dive into the clearest water you’ll ever see. Rejuvenate body and soul at a sinfully delicious spa. Knowing where to begin your Maldives holiday will be your only question – for starters, there are 26 coral atolls to choose from, and it’s near impossible to pick a favorite. You can, however, hop from one to the other, experiencing unrivalled luxury at every stop.

The tiny Sultanate of Oman never ceases to impress with its fascinating culture and stunning architecture. Awaken to the Middle East’s best-kept secret, drenched in ancient history, ultra-modern style, delectable gastronomy, and some of the most jaw-dropping accommodations you could imagine. The people of the UAE and Oman are friendly and welcoming and adhere to a number of Islamic traditions. It is important to respect these traditions, and both men and women should dress appropriately, and refrain from dressing suggestively. English and Arabic are both commonly spoken throughout the UAE and Oman.

The most intrepid travelers opt for some city buzz first in the energetic capital Malé –home to Hukuru Miskiiy, the oldest mosque in the country. Notice that when you check into your resort, it occupies its own separate island. And in the Maldives, it’s the law that all resort guest rooms must face the beach, and five linear meters of beachfront is allocated to each resort bungalow…When it comes to food, Maldivians adore three things: fish, coconut, and starch. Opt for local favorites like skipjack and yellowfin tuna, best served with rice, taro, sweet potato, or cassava. Beyond seafood, the Maldives is also renowned for its delectable vegetable curries – spicy, redolent, and packed with a fresh selection of aubergine, pumpkin, potato, and carrot. And then there’s roshi – a tasty flatbread that’s a nationwide staple, often eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The people in Maldives live a simple, unhurried lifestyle and are extremely devout in their Islamic religion. Even though Maldivian Dhivehi is the official language, English is widely spoken.

An idyllic volcanic island surrounded by immaculate waters and covered with lush vegetation and swaying palm trees, full of friendly smiles and hand-picked resorts carefully designed to preserve nature’s organic beauty…get ready to recline on a stretch of powdery sands or break out your water sports gear. There is much to love about Mauritius and it’s not just because of its organic, mountainous beauty and pristine beaches, but also because of its melting pot of cultures, religions, and warm-hearted people welcoming you to their land. Nothing will prepare you for the genuine French-Mauritian hospitality and laid-back island lifestyle, something that’s felt across the country.

Stay in a local apartment and you’ll experience it all first-hand – strolling through the neighborhoods, eating freshly-ripped loaves of bread, bathing in lagoons that are off the tourist trail, and weaving through sky-high fields of sugarcane. Beware, though – this type of cool routine can quickly get addictive. Those looking for the best scenery should head for the nearby Le Morne peninsula, epitomized by a huge coastal monolith of the same name, or the geologically confounding Seven Colored Earths in Chamarel. But if you simply can’t tear yourself away from the beach, make sure you opt for some of the prettiest ones at least – Belle Mare and Trou aux Biches host some of the most picture-perfect sands. Mauritian islands like Aux Cerf and Rodrigues offer some great silica too, while the island’s capital, Port Louis, serves up a blend of bustling markets, colonial architecture, and blissfully private beaches.

SEYCHELLES & REUNION ISLAND

 

 

Seychelles. Untouched. Uncrowded. Unobstructed views. Unimaginable natural wonders. In the Seychelles, you’ll wake up with an enhanced appreciation of life – and an otherworldly experience of sheer exotic pleasure. The Seychelles take the concept of beaches to a whole new level, with powder-soft sands and lapping turquoise waves acting as a gateway to the ocean and the marine gems hidden beneath its surface. Anse Major, Anse Boileau, and Anse Aux Pins on Mahé are all perfect for snorkeling straight from the beach. The warm Indian Ocean waters make it ideal for water sports, from sailing and windsurfing, to fishing and surfing. Take a day to explore Victoria, the world’s smallest capital city, where many buildings are virtually unchanged since colonial times. Explore the downtown Victoria Market, packed with fresh fish, fruits, vegetables, and locally grown spices. This multicultural, laid-back island is home to friendly people who work hard to protect and preserve their natural and enchanted verdant landscape. English, French, and Seychellois Creole are commonly spoken throughout the island.

Reunion Island. Get ready for breathtaking volcanoes, charming small cities, superb beaches, a range of elegant resorts, awesome rewards for hikers and divers, and a true melting pot at the crossroads of European, African and Asian cultures on Reunion Island, which has quietly become one of the world’s most desirable vacation destinations. A French overseas department that lies east of Madagascar and southwest of Mauritius, it’s the farthest flung outpost of the European Union. Completely uninhabited until the 17th century, when settlers from France, Madagascar, and Africa arrived, it is lined along two coasts with great beaches and blessed with an interior landscape that could be the envy of Hawaii. The island is made for hiking: more than 600 miles of marked trails criss-cross the rainforest, sugar cane fields, lunar landscapes, and shorelines, and the big payoff is the trail to the majestic Piton de la Fournaise, an active volcano that rises almost 9,000 feet. And diving and snorkeling are spectacular, with 150 species of coral and 500 species of fish, as well as humpback whales, dolphins, and sea turtles.

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