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Head out to the Indian Ocean and enjoy a spectacular family holiday like never before. With seas clear enough to see the range of exotic fish swimming by and picture-perfect coastlines you’ll be blown away and with a stay at one of our handpicked hotels you simply won’t want to come home.
If the delicious cuisines of Mauritius or the powdery white beaches of the Maldives weren’t enough, you can also enjoy the array of family-friendly facilities at each resort including expansive playgrounds and swimming pools. Countries within the Indian Ocean are notoriously welcoming with all accommodation offered by Tots Too providing a luxurious place for families of all sizes and ages to come relax, unwind and have a ball.
There’s no need to compromise quality just because you have kids and if you choose to embark on such an adventure you’ll come across all kinds of perks from luxury suites to beautiful grounds. The kids can get carried away with sandcastle competitions while you have a cocktail or two and everyone can enjoy exactly what they like doing. To help you choose where you want to stay we’ve included a host of family facts and reviews so you can find an Indian Ocean break that’s everything you’ve ever dreamed of… and more.

Browse our list below

Indian Ocean - search for hotels by destination

  • Maldives-thumb Maldives

    If your idea of paradise is powdery white beaches, turquoise waters and clear blue skies – the Maldives will not disappoint.

  • Mauritius-thumb Mauritius

    Mauritius is a mosaic of cultures. Its ethnic mix of Indian, French, Creole, Chinese and Muslim inhabitants have created an exciting island full of generous hospitality and delicious cuisine.

  • ephelia-seychelles-aerial-view-13 Seychelles

    Until recent times, these beautiful islands scattered across the Indian Ocean were uninhabited.

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