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Condor launches flights to Mauritius, Seychelles and Maldives

Posted 4 October 2021 · Add Comment

Condor has launched flights to Mauritius, the Seychelles and the Maldives, three of the most popular destinations in the Indian Ocean.



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From Frankfurt, Germany's popular leisure airline takes off on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays to Mauritius, to the Seychelles on Fridays and to the Maldives on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

The island state of Mauritius lies in the southwest of the Indian ocean and is well-known for its mountainous inland, with rain forests and waterfalls. There are unique hiking, climbing and diving areas to discover and with Port Louis also a lively capital with a historic centre. Among the most famous sights are the natural phenomenon 'Seven Colored Earth' and the 556 metre high mountain Le Morne Brabant.

The Seychelles off the east coast of Africa inspire with beautiful picture book beaches. However, the 115 islands have much more to offer. In the capital of Victoria, weekly markets take place where you can buy fresh fruit, vegetables and fish. It is also the starting point for ferry trips to surrounding islands, such as La Digue and Praslin. From there it is not far to the island of Curieuse, natural habitat of the giant tortoises and the Seychelles palm Coco de Mer. Hiking enthusiasts can conquer the Morne Blanc Trail, at the end of which awaits a viewpoint with spectacular views of the coast.

The exotic Maldives are famous for white sand beaches, blue lagoons and exclusive hotel resorts. The archipelago consists of over 1,000 coral islands and includes 26 ring-shaped atolls. Numerous dream beaches invite you to sunbathe and relax or to snorkel and dive.

 


 

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