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Cruise Nation have a fantastic array of cruise packages to the Indian Ocean. This exotic island part of the world which has the everything from volcanoes, waterfalls, horse riding and paragliding that all contribute towards a culturally diverse island equalling a rather unique tropical encounter that makes the Indian Ocean the ultimate cruise destination for the adventurous.

You will have the opportunity to visit the Indian Ocean in unrivalled luxury and comfort with several top cruise lines who sail to this part of the world. We also offer a range of exclusive package deals - perfect for people who want a last-minute cruise, or those who want to plan something special in the coming year.

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Our team of cruise specialists have first-hand experience of travelling the Indian Ocean, and they can help you to pick the right cruise package exclusively for you. All of our Indian Ocean cruises are ATOL protected - meaning that our customers have complete financial security whilst they are abroad. Furthermore, we are members of ABTA for added peace of mind.

Take a look below at what we've got on offer. Cruises across the Indian Ocean are extremely popular and provide an unrivaled opportunity for adventure and quiet relaxation - in equal measure.

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Prepare to visit paradise. Indian Ocean cruises are one of the best ways to see explore the vast array of islands, countries and coasts that make up this visually stunning part of the world. Our low cost Indian Ocean cruises are as diverse as they are luxurious. With beaches that seem to have been plucked straight from the pages a glossy travel magazine, picturesque seaside villages filled with friendly locals and jungle-covered islands that seem to rise, as if by magic, from the aquamarine waters, it’s no wonder that these cruises are popular with adventure and luxury-lovers alike. Explore some of the most picture-perfect holiday destinations in the world, with Indian Ocean cruise deals which take you to the glamorous resorts and over-water bungalows of the Maldives, the tropical, wildlife-filled jungles of Sri Lanka, the spectacular sunset views from the Seychelles and the sapphire-blue waters of Mauritius. Spend your days strolling along the perfect white sand beaches and snorkelling amongst the colourful sea-life, tasting local delicacies and witnessing traditional ceremonies, all to the incredible backdrop of the panoramic Indian Ocean. As well as discovering the region’s most loved islands, many of Cruise Nation’s low cost Indian Ocean Cruises also take in the highlights of some of Asia’s most popular and incredibly diverse countries, including India, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. Lose track of time on the beaches of Goa, spot street art in Georgetown or catch the view from the world’s highest infinity pool in Singapore. For the chance to explore this destinations at a more leisurely pace, our Indian Ocean Cruise and Stay deals offer customers accommodation either before or after their cruise, allowing extra time for sightseeing, shopping or simply relaxing on the beach.

At Cruise Nation, we believe in giving our customers the chance to see some of the world’s most exotic and far-flung destinations, all for unbelievably low prices. With our huge range of cheap cruise deals to almost every corner of the globe - including discounted Africa Cruises, amazing savings on Transatlantic Cruises and cruise deals to the tropical Indian Ocean islands – you no longer need to worry about breaking the bank when you book a Cruise Nation deal. Providing cruises for all kind of travellers, from family cruises to honeymoon cruises, we offer some of the cheapest cruises online, so whether you want to taste “la dolce vita” on a Lake Garda Cruise and Stay, or cruise amongst the palm trees on your own slice of paradise, we can make your dream cruise a reality.

Cruise Nation are proud to offer us customers one of the best selections of Indian Ocean cruises on the market, with itineraries to suit all holiday lengths and styles. From two-week cruises to itineraries that last for more than a month, no matter how long you have to discover the Indian Ocean, we can find you the best cruise deal for your budget. With offers on Indian Ocean cruises onboard some of the most luxurious liners at sea, you’ll find great last minute deals, all inclusive packages and cheap cruises that allow you to travel in style.

Highlights of an Indian Ocean Cruise

With so many amazing, low cost cruise deals to choose from, here are just a few of the highlights you are likely to find on Indian Ocean Cruise itinerary:

The Maldives

Made up of more than 1000 coral island, formed around 26 atolls, the Maldives is the one of the true paradises of the world. The tropical island-haven is best known for its private island resorts and luxurious overwater bungalows, which can be found adorning the pages of the world’s top travel magazines. Incredibly popular with honeymooners, our Indian Ocean Cruises which visit the Maldives allow you to explore some of these incredible islands in style, returning to your luxury cruise liner at the end of a busy day spent sunbathing, snorkelling and relaxing in the sun. For those who want to make their trip paradise last a little longer, we also have a range of Indian Ocean Cruise and Stay packages, which include accommodation on a Maldivian island, before you embark on your cruise.

Singapore

The jewel in Southeast Asia’s crown, Singapore is a fascinating city packed with colonial-era buildings, new-age architecture, designer shopping and traditional temples. The city’s diverse and world-famous restaurant scene is due to the huge mix of cultures, with Chinese, Malay, Western and Indian flavours coming together to create unbeatable dining experiences. One of the most popular city stops on an Indian Ocean cruise, Singapore is famously the cleanest capital in Asia, with pristine streets, pretty parks and more luxury hotels than visitors to fill them. Perhaps Singapore’s most photographed hotel, and featuring one of the most famous infinity pools in the world, the view from the Marina Bay Sands is an unmissable sight on any trip to the city. With so much to see and do in Singapore - from street markets and the space-like Gardens by the Bay, to the all-ages Universal Studios Singapore - this is an ideal destination for one of Cruise Nation’s Cruise and Stay packages, including accommodation in the city before you embark on your Indian Ocean Cruise.

Phuket, Thailand

Thailand’s star island has style, the most luxurious resorts in the country and beaches for all kinds of travellers – from those looking to party until the sun comes up to those searching for their own private stretch of sand. An Indian Ocean cruise which stops in Phuket gives passengers the chance to play castaway on this paradise island, with plenty of water-based activities and longtail daytrips to neighbouring, remote islands. The island’s capital, Patong, has nightlife aimed at all ages, with shopping, bars and restaurants open almost 24/7. For a taste of Phuket’s quieter, more natural side, visit the Khao Phra Thaeo National Park, where waterfalls and lush rainforests can be explored.

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Once referred to as the Garden City of the East, Sri Lanka’s busy capital is a must see stop on an Indian Ocean Cruise. The seaside city’s colonial heritage is evident in many of its neighbourhoods and buildings, but in recent years Colombo has begun to rebrand itself as a luxury destination. More swanky new hotels and resorts open each season and, as the most convenient base to explore many of Sri Lanka’s biggest sights, the city caters for the increasing thongs of tourist with delicious dining options and plenty of day tours. Take a trip to nearby Galle to see fishermen on traditional stilts waiting for their daily catch, before trying some of Sri Lanka’s best, fresh seafood in the local restaurants.