Seychelles or Mauritius? Some ideas to get you started…
The other equatorial.
Mauritius, with its egg-shaped silhouette, is an only child.
The islands of the Seychelles are a big brood.
Their names sparkle: Curepipe, Chamarel, Rose-Hill or Quatre-Bornes... not to mention their vibrant markets.
Pointe Zeng Zeng or Coco dans Trou; Seychellois villages provide an example of how not to take yourself too seriously.
Mauritius - © SolisIndian Ocean
Hotels in Mauritius range from extreme luxury to boutique hotels and family-friendly resorts.
The Seychelles offers intimate accommodation in refined settings which are sometimes located on private islands.
Mauritius is beautiful and exuberant; open, fun and outspoken.
The Seychelles cultivates an aura of discretion and privacy.
Writers, universities, museums… Mauritius is a well-read country.
With only one cinema, the Seychelles islands retain their rustic spirit.
Seychelles - ©Four Seasons
With its cane sugar plantations Mauritius can feel manicured.
In the Seychelles, every island is its own little ecosystem, each almost a national park
Are you looking for shopping, big-game fishing, diving, golf, or lively nightlife ?
Or do you want to relax, read, hike, and have romantic dinners by the water's edge ?