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22 Years of Luxury Holidays

The Turquoise Holiday Company was founded with the belief that we could offer unique holiday and honeymoon experiences in extraordinary locations around the world. In 2022, we celebrated twenty years of Turquoise, a milestone which makes us so proud. In 2023, we won Best Tour Operator in the 2023 Conde Nast Traveller Readers’ Choice Awards. We are a luxury tour operator but not just for luxury's sake. Our luxury is space, privacy and style.


The Turquoise way


Tailored just for you

Every holiday we create is unique. It’s not just dates, airlines and hotels but our attention to detail which makes a true Turquoise holiday. Our imagination and creativeness is our strength and what sets us apart from our competitors. We look forward to turning your dreams into reality.

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The world through Turquoise eyes

Use the map to explore different parts of the world and see what they have to offer.

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Southeast Asia stretches all the way from the Himalayas to the jungles of the far flung Indonesia Spice Islands, ensuring its natural beauty is as varied and enticing as its rich heritage.
Africa offers something completely different, something that no other destination can, which makes it the perfect destination to go to for those once in a lifetime holidays.
Australia’s carefree spirit is captivating. Live the coastal lifestyle in a beach house in Queensland where the ancient Daintree rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef.
New Zealand
The country’s stunning natural landscape is a giant playground for all ages, and a holiday to New Zealand promises scenery that has to be seen to be believed.
Vibrant, colourful and fantastically diverse, a holiday to the Caribbean provides the ideal setting for a picture-perfect getaway.
South Pacific
Choosing which islands to visit on your South Pacific holiday can be a tough decision as they all offer something special and unique.
Indian Ocean
For glistening turquoise waters and pure, untouched beaches of powder soft white sand – there’s simply no question that the Indian Ocean laps some of the most idyllic islands in the world.
Few destinations summon as many daydreams as California, the breathtakingly gorgeous West Coast state famed throughout the last century for delivering la dolce vita, New World style.
Middle East
For a subtle taste of Arabia with a cosmopolitan lifestyle, glorious white sandy beaches and year-round sunshine, Middle East holidays are irresistibly hard to beat!
The country where the only thing that's bigger than your imagination are the landscapes. It's the second-biggest country by area, so nature's muscles have ample room to flex, tone and grow to their ultimate majesty.
Sun-kissed islands. Ancient history. Natural drama. Incredibly warm hospitality. Simply put, the Mediterranean has it all.
The dancing aromas of street food, diverse landscapes, vibrant traditions, and rich history stretches from the azure waters of the Caribbean Sea across to the sparkling Pacific Ocean.
Conrad Bora Bora Nui over water villa with incredible decking area
Bora Bora vs The Maldives
Bora Bora and the Maldives are two tropical paradises that charge the imagination of anyone looking for an exotic island escape. On the surface, it’s difficult to separate the two when trying to decide where to go for your next holiday.

It’s a tough choice, we know, but we’ve compared the two on several aspects, from the location and the natural beauty to cost and activities, to help you decide whether Bora Bora or the Maldives is for you.
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Hotel of the week - Coco Bodu Hithi
Coco Bodu Hithi is situated on the private Island of Bodu Hithi in North Male’s Atoll, a 40 minutes speedboat ride from Male’ International Airport. Bodu Hithi is naturally beautiful with mature indigenous vegetation and sandy walkways. The island is edged by white sand beaches and coconut trees and surrounded by turquoise seas and isolated sand banks.
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