After a long, cold winter, Easter is the perfect time of year to treat yourself to some guaranteed sunshine.
Across the Indian Ocean you can expect up to 9 hours of glorious sunshine every day in April, with average temperatures ranging from 29-32ºC.
Feel the sun on your face as you lie back and relax on picture-perfect white sand beaches. Then kick start a personal renaissance as you reboot body and mind, and enjoy our range of water sports, spa treatments, fitness classes and deliciously healthy menus.
Constance Tsarabanjina is celebrating its own rebirth this April as it emerges transformed from a multi-million pound refurbishment. It’s the perfect time to come and experience the new barefoot luxury feel of the resort. Find out more about the revamped barefoot chic of Tsarabanjina.
In the Seychelles, April is known as the calmest, warmest month as the winds die down and start to change direction, making it an idyllic time to visit Constance Lémuria and Ephélia.
April to May is also considered one of the best times to explore the stunning marine life which teems through the waters of the archipelago – with water temperatures at a delightful 29ºC and visibility excellent at around 30 metres. This is also the beginning of the big game fishing season in the Seychelles.
Easter is an ideal time to visit Moofushi and Halaveli in the Maldives as April is one of the ‘iruvai’ or ‘dry-season’ months. Guests can enjoy calm seas lapping against their luxury water villas, and dive and snorkel in water with temperatures of around 30ºC.
At the exclusive Le Prince Maurice and the vibrant Belle Mare Plage in Mauritius, there are 2 championship golf courses, superb spas, great selection of restaurants and the lure of stunning reefs off the East coast of the island.
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Revive your spirit and get yourself back on track this Easter. Visit our website to find out more and check availability at all resorts – Constance Hotels & Resorts.
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