When you mention holidays in Africa, most people will probably think of a safari tour, a visit to an ancient Egyptian monument, or a trip to Cape Town or Marrakech. However, Africa also has some amazing islands off its shores. Madagascar, the fourth largest island in the world, is obvious, but there are also some smaller islands that are worth the trip. These African islands have a fascinating history, unique wildlife and beaches that can compete with those of the Caribbean.

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If you are looking for pristine white sand beaches, crystal clear waters, unique wildlife, interesting, deep stories, warm oceans and friendly locals, you will find it here. In addition to the diverse activities that you can do on Africa’s stunning islands, you have much to offer. The continent is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Each of our trips to Africa is unique. Designed to give you the journey of a lifetime. Itinerary, a special mix of accommodation – fine hotels, nature-integrated lodges, day and evening arrangements, we design everything exactly to your taste. Until you say: That’s how I imagined it!



Zanzibar is an island full of culture and history – a destination that attracts adventurers, sailors and merchants from near and far. The Zanzibar archipelago is located in the Indian Ocean and consists of the larger islands of Pemba and Zanzibar. Due to the large variety of spices that are grown on the many plantations of the island, Zanzibar is also known as “spice island”. Stone Town, a World Heritage Site, offers a labyrinth of winding lanes, bustling marketplaces, beautifully carved wooden doors, stunning mosques and magnificent Arabian residences. Another attraction in Zanzibar is the Jozani Forest Reserve – home to the rare cherry red colobus monkey and the Aders Duiker. On the northeast coast of Zanzibar lies the island of Mnemba – an idyllic private island with luxurious accommodation, breathtaking scenery and a rich variety of marine life.


Mauritius, a multi-cultural island in the Indian Ocean, is a small and impressive island that remained inhabited until the arrival of the Dutch in 1598. In 1715, five years after the departure of the Dutch, the French arrived, followed by the British, who remained until Mauritius gained his independence. The country is known around the world for being the only natural habitat we know of today’s extinct Dodo. Since this beautiful and fascinating bird was heavy and unable to fly, it was an easy prey for European settlers.


Off the coast of southern Mozambique, the Bazaruto Archipelago is a diver’s paradise. Most is a protected national park, and divers can still marvel at pristine coral reefs. In the underwater world there are also many species of colorful fish, whale sharks, dolphins, manta rays, mackerel and more. If divers are lucky, they can even discover the elusive and intriguing dugong. Bazaruto is also the ideal place to relax and savor shrimp plates.


Pemba is part of the Zanzibar archipelago, located between Zanzibar and the border between Tanzania and Kenya. Its Arabic name means “Green Island” – an apt name, considering the lush countryside with its lush hills. Traversed by carnation plantations, these hills are separated from the island’s secret bays and white sandy beaches by a belt of dense mangrove forest. while the ocean itself hosts some of the most pristine coral reefs in East Africa. With far fewer crowds and less tourist infrastructure than neighboring Zanzibar, this is off the beaten track for those who want to experience authentic island life in addition to world-class diving and fishing.


The Seychelles is a republic consisting of about 160 different islands. The largest islands of Seychelles, Mahe, La Digue and Praslin, are gorgeous. A place where stunning granite rocks, white beach, tropical jungle tangle and a crystal clear sea, almost like from a picture book, can be found. A dreamlike tropical sanctuary.


This exquisite natural environment is a unique source of energy. You share this private island only with the diverse underwater world and the dedicated staff, who respectfully and reservedly take care of your well-being. The intact coral reef stretches for many miles. The rich wildlife includes spinner dolphins, green turtles and humpback whales. On Fanjove time seems to stand still. You can expect a genuine paradise, which is still the way it has conjured up the nature. Only the lighthouse from the 19th century and some architectural remnants of a former fishing village settlement suggest an earlier occupation.


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