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January is a time to rethink fitness and our approach to health and well being.

Diving at Constance Hotels & Resorts

Time to get active

Constance hotels offer space to escape to where you can reduce your stress levels, embrace a healthier lifestyle and enjoy some grown up play time.

We take an holistic approach to fitness – from the fresh goodness of food grown locally and prepared healthily, to the chance to exercise in a completely different type of environment.

If you’re struggling to make it down the road to the gym, here’s an idea of what you can expect to find at our 7 resorts in the Indian Ocean.

Join us at Le Prince Maurice for Aquagym or the more strenuous Fit Paddle in our infinity pool.

The fully equipped gyms at our spas feature some of the latest fitness technology such as the Kinesis Conditioning equipment at Ephélia and Halaveli which focuses on balance, flexibility and stability.

Bespoke fitness programs

Our personal training staff, including French fitness guru Isabelle Lamant at Le Prince Maurice, are on hand to create bespoke programs to help you reach your targets.

Alternatively,  have a go at one of our organised classes from Sculpt Zumba to a Beach Workout and yoga. Many of our resorts also offer tennis courts, and at Ephélia you’ll find a natural climbing wall and squash courts.

Adrenalin sports

Active holidays at Constance Hotels & Resorts

Tennis at Constance

If your idea of paradise doesn’t include the gym, try these adrenalin-filled sports available at most resorts:

  • Scuba diving
  • Water-skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Wakeboarding
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Pedalos
Golf at Constance

And if golf is your game, then walking the tiered greens of Lémuria’s 18-hole golf course will give you a great work out. Or play a round on each of the two championship golf courses at Le Prince Maurice and Belle Mare Plage.

Get inspired

Try GQ’s beach workout by Ren McKnight,  or visit our website to read more about each of our Constance hotels.

 

Organ Pipes of Madagascar

Touted as one of the hippest destinations for 2013, Madagascar has long lured travellers to its shores in search of undiscovered lands and unique wildlife.

Organ Pipes, Madagascar

Organ Pipes, Madagascar

Nowhere is the terrain so dramatic as on the Mitsio archipelago. Largely uninhabited, this collection of small islands off the north-west coast of Madagascar are accessible only by boat, and the stunning volcanic landscape makes them well worth the journey.

From Constance Tsarabanjina, the only luxury resort in the archipelago, take a short boat ride to Nosi Mitsio to see the island’s breath-taking columns of basalt. The hard, dark rock was formed by lava cooling quickly following volcanic activity millions of years ago.

Known as The Organ Pipes, the hexagonal basalt towers reach 20 meters in height and make a spectacular natural feature. The area is also a great place to search for fossils with sedimentary rocks pushed up and out of the sea containing fossilised remains dating back 400 million years.