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Luxury Vacation To MAURITIUS

Luxury Vacation To Mauritius – Adrift in the Indian Ocean, this isand paradise has collected many hangers-on since its fiery volcanic beginnings. One of the latest arrivals to wash up on its tropical shores was the human species. Today, Mauritius’ social, gastronomical and architectural melange of Asian, African, and European elements provides visitors with plenty of experience when not floating in azure seas, lounging on white-sand beaches or trekking through virgin rainforests. Minor tensions do exist between the Hindu majority, Muslims and Creoles, but respect and tolerance are intrinsic to Mauritian society. The cultural melting pot has been too for some to handle, however, with the island’s most famous endemic species going the way of the dodo.

Best time to visit in Mauritius

May to November, for pleasant temperatures and the driest skies

Best time to visit in Mauritius

May to November, for pleasant temperatures and the driest skies

Places to visit in Mauritius

  • Lily pad tower at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgooolam Botanical Gardens in Pamplemousses.
  • Rempart Serpent, La Passe St Francois and Colorado, three of Mauritius’ best dive sites.
  • Virgin tropical rainforest in La Vanille Reserve des Mascareignes.
  • Yourself on Trou dArgent, an altogether straggering beach on the remote island of Rodrigues.
  • Maha Shivratri, a captivating Hindu festival bringing 500, 000 pilgrims to the holy lake of Grand Bassin.

Places to visit in Mauritius

  • Lily pad tower at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgooolam Botanical Gardens in Pamplemousses.
  • Rempart Serpent , La Passe St Francois and Colorado , three of Mauritius’ best dive sites.
  • Virgin tropical rainforest in La Vanille Reserve des Mascareignes.
  • Yourself on Trou dArgent, an altogether straggering beach on the remote island of Rodrigues.
  • Maha Shivratri, a captivating Hindu festival bringing 500,000 pilgrims to the holy lake of Grand Bassin.

Top things to do in mauritius

  • Surround yourself with swaying casuarina trees and trek past tumbling waterfalls in Black River Gorges National Park.
  • Join local Mauritians on Beller Mare beach for a traditional Sunday picnic.
  • Saunter past Port Louis’ revamped colonial architecture before diving into its fragrant market.
  • Soar over Riviere des Galets, past waterfalls and through lush forest on a 2km-long set of high-flying zip lines at St Felix.
  • Learn the Mauritian art of fusing Creole, Indian, French and Chinese cuisine on a cooking course in Rodrigues.

Top things to do in mauritius

  • Surround yourself with swaying casuarina trees and trek past tumbling waterfalls in Black River Gorges National Park.
  • Join local Mauritians on Beller Mare beach for a traditional Sunday picnic.
  • Saunter past Port Louis’ revamped colonial architecture before diving into its fragrant market.
  • Soar over Riviere des Galets, past waterfalls and through lush forest on a 2km-long set of high-flying zip lines at St Felix.
  • Learn the Mauritian art of fusing Creole , Indian , French and Chinese cuisine on a cooking course in Rodrigues.

Discover Mauritius

  • Read Bernadian de St-Pierre’s 18th-century classic Paul et Virgine, a romantic, moralistic tragedy inspired by real life events
  • Listen to ‘Anita’ by the late Ti-Frere, a Mauritian singer who led the sega renaissance.
  • Eat rougaille (a sauce of tomatoes, garlic and chilli with Creole-flavoured meat or fish).
  • Drink alouda (an almond-based concoction best topped with ice cream).

Discover Mauritius

  • Read Bernadian de St-Pierre’s 18th-century classic Paul et Virgine , a romantic, moralistic tragedy inspired by real life events
  • Listen to ‘Anita’ by the late Ti-Frere , a Mauritian singer who led the sega renaissance.
  • Eat rougaille (a sauce of tomatoes , garlic and chilli with Creole-flavoured meat or fish).
  • Drink alouda (an almond-based concoction best topped with ice cream).

Mauritius Highlights

Land of the lost dodo, sugar-cane plantations, fusion cuisine, honeymooners

Mauritius Highlights

Land of the lost dodo , sugar-cane plantations , fusion cuisine , honeymooners

One word for Mauritius Tourism

Tapeta! (Cheers! In Mauritian Creole)

One word for Mauritius Tourism

Tapeta! (Cheers! In Mauritian Creole)

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