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Mauritius is situated in the Indian Ocean, approximately 2400 kilometres off the southeast coast of Africa. Home to subtropical forests, rivers, streams and striking waterfalls, there is just so much to see and do. The island, which is of volcanic origin, covers an area of 1,865 square kilometres and has 330 kilometres of coastline. Distinguished as a snorkelling haven, Mauritius is surrounded by shallow reefs and beautiful coral as it has the world’s third largest barrier reef. Mauritius is a mecca for water sports enthusiasts, and the majority of resorts offer excellent facilities, many of which are complimentary. While accommodation in Mauritius is focused on elegance, luxury and comfort, it is further renowned for high standards and great value.
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Iconic Attractions

L’Aventure du Sucre

The former Beau Plan sugar factory, one of the best museums in Mauritius, is located close to the famous Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens. Visitors learn about the deeply intertwined history of sugar and Mauritius and how it has led to the multicultural society of this day.

Bois Cheri Tea Factory and Tea Museum

Dating back to 1892, Bois Chéri is the first tea plantation in Mauritius. A guide will lead you through the factory and the tea plantation highlighting the importance of tea in Mauritius.

Triolet Shivala

A trip to Mauritius would not be complete without visiting the Triolet Shivala. Built in 1819 and located in Triolet, this Hindu temple is which is the longest village in the nation.

Dolphin Encounter:

It is a fantastic experience to swim with and see one of the ocean’s most incredible mammals in their natural habitat. Once the boat has cast anchor, explore the underwater nirvana.

Scuba Diving and Snorkelling

Mauritius has long been a snorkelling haven and is surrounded by shallow reefs and beautiful coral. A barrier reef encircles almost the entire island.

Catamaran Cruises

Sail on the catamaran to the islets of the North. From Grand Baie, the course leads past the ‘Coin de Mire’ rock to the lagoon between Flat island and Ilot Gabriel.

Grand Bay

This is where you will find trendy restaurants, bars and discos as well as opportunities for shopping. The La Cuvette beach is a great place to relax.

Black River Gorges National Park

This is Mauritius’ largest park, and home to many native species, including over 300 species of flowering plants. The park has great hiking trails that are suitable for all levels with fabulous viewpoints, river crossings, and waterfalls to explore as well.




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