Looking for inspiration for where to eat on your next Indian Ocean holiday? Take a look at some of the restaurants at our hotels and resorts in Mauritius, Maldives, Seychelles and Madagascar.
Seize the opportunity on a luxury holiday with Constance to discover what it is that makes millions of people worldwide so passionate about golf.
Whether you’ve been inspired by watching McIlroy, Rose and Woods on TV or just fancy joining your friends in a friendly game, a luxury holiday is the perfect time to take the plunge and learn to play golf.
Golf in the Indian Ocean
And you don’t need to worry about investing in equipment as all resorts have a range of golf equipment available to rent as you discover the game for the first time.
Marc Farry Golf Academy, Mauritius
Learn from the very best at the Marc Farry Golf Academy at Belle Mare Plage and Le Prince Maurice where you will get to try out your new grip, posture and swing on two 18-hole championship golf courses.
Based on the teaching method created by championship French golfer Marc Farry, the specially selected golf pros will take you through a series of courses that will leave you feeling confident to take up the game when you get home.
Professionals are also on hand at the stunning, terraced landscape of the golf course at Lémuria, the only 18-hole golf course in the Seychelles.
Book your games before you travel
You can even take the plunge and commit yourself to trying something new before you arrive at the hotel or resort by booking your tee-off times and coaching online with our online concierge.
After all that exertion on the greens you’ll deserve some serious rest and relaxation and what better way to unwind than with a ‘Golfer’s Tonic’, a treatment specially designed to ease the muscles of golfers in our Spa de Constance.
Or if you have fallen so in love with the game that you don’t want to leave the greens why not enjoy a chilled glass of champagne at one of the club house restaurants to celebrate your new passion.
- Discover more about our luxury golf offering
- Find out more about the Marc Farry Academy at Le Prince Maurice and Belle Mare Plage
- Learn more about golf at Constance Hotels and Resorts.
Adventure honeymoons are the latest trend for newlyweds according to travel writer for the Huffington Post, Jane Anderson.
In her blog, Anderson explains the popularity for adrenalin-packed adventure honeymoons saying many couples are experienced travellers before they marry so are looking for new experiences to make their honeymoon ‘special’.
Combine thrills and romance at Constance
Create a honeymoon that perfectly blends the romance of a luxury 5* island getaway with a rush of adrenalin-fuelled excitement at Constance Hotels and Resorts.
Whether you want to start your married life off with a shark dive, a zip line adventure through tropical forests, pitting your wits against the mammoths of the ocean in big game fishing or exploring the Indian Ocean by torchlight on a night dive, Constance delivers in spades.
Qualified instructors at all our hotels and resorts can teach you how to dive and then take you out to explore the stunning reefs and marine life of the Indian Ocean.
Even experienced divers will feel the rush of trying a night dive for the first time or joining a shark dive at Constance Moofushi and Constance Halaveli. For keen swimmers a night-time snorkel excursion is also available at Halaveli.
Rock climbing and mountain biking
Learn rock climbing on the challenging granite climbing walls at Constance Ephélia before zip lining back down to earth through the rich Seychelles’ foliage.
Sailing and out at sea
Or if you’ve been inspired by the recent adrenalin-pumping action of the America’s Cup, then you can sail on a catamaran. Fly fishing, night fishing and kite surfing also feature.
Start your married life together with the thrill of adventure and start striking a few things off your bucket list.
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Luxury travel blog Destinology has listed Constance Lémuria’s neighbouring Anse Lazio as one of the world’s Top 10 Beaches.
In a feature that includes luxury destinations from the Maldives and Mauritius to Miami and Bermuda, Anse Lazio was singled out as ‘one of the Seychelles’ most beautiful beaches’.
The blog went on to advise readers, ‘To enjoy the Seychelles and Anse Lazio Beach, stay at the Constance Lémuria Resort and enjoy a glamorous luxury holiday any time of year.’
Find out what other beaches made it into Destinology’s Top 10 Beaches Worldwide.
Leading American wedding magazine Martha Stewart Weddings has this month published details of Rakih Datta and George Mathew’s dream honeymoon at Constance Halaveli, Maldives.
Rakhi said she sent details and photos from their honeymoon to the magazine and told them what ‘an amazing time’ they’d had describing it as, ‘blissful, sun-soaked and snorkel-happy.’
As well as pictures of the happy honeymooners the piece describes the luxury water villas with their own private plunge pools similar to the one the couple stayed in, the delicious food they’d enjoyed and a stunning excursion by fishing boat to snorkel on the Ellaidhoo Reef.
Download the digital edition of this month’s Martha Stewart Weddings
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- Visit our website to find out more about Constance Halaveli
Indulge in a luxury winter getaway to the Seychelles this year and swap short, cold days of the northern hemisphere for those spent soaking up warm sunshine. Temperatures average 29–31ºC with up to seven hours of sunlight a day. Here are our top reasons to go the Seychelles this year.
1. The perfect time to explore the ocean
Throughout October and November the winds are at their calmest around the Seychelles creating the kind of calm waters and clear visibility – up to 30 metres – that divers dream of. Water temperatures average between 27–29ºC.
A special treat for divers between October and January are sightings of the gentle giant of the ocean – the magnificent whale shark.
2. Big game fishing
Because of the calmer waters this is also the ideal time to fish the teeming waters of the Seychelles. Pit your wits against Yellow Fin Tuna, Wahoo, Barracuda, Blue Marlin and Sailfish in conditions perfect for this high-octane sports fishing.
3. Experience one of the miracles of nature
October to February is turtle-nesting season in the Seychelles when the rare, endangered hawksbill and green turtles return to the same beaches – including the beach at Constance Lémuria on Praslin – to lay their eggs.
Take a trip to Bird Island in December and January and experience one of the only places where the hawksbill turtle can be observed nesting during the day.
4. Celebrate Creole culture at the Festival Kreol
The capital of the Seychelles, Victoria, has been nominated the capital of the Creole World. To celebrate the town holds an annual festival in November which attracts Creole people from across the world.
As well as food stalls, music and dancing, this year’s festival will be celebrating Creole music with a ‘serenade march’ through the streets of Victoria. Local Creole stars will sing as the procession of dancers and spectators moves through the town.
5. Constance in the Seychelles
For the ultimate Seychelles getaway, Constance Lémuria on the small island of Praslin is a tranquil paradise with access to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
Constance Ephélia on Mahé is a family-friendly luxury holiday resort, offering a raft of activities and set into the stunning scenery of the Port Launay National Marine Park.