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Discover the iconic Mauritius, island of colour and contrasts with pristine white beaches and warm clear Indian Ocean waters.

“Mauritius was made first, and then heaven, and heaven was copied after Mauritius” - Mark Twain

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What we love

  1. This island is amazingly beautiful and has the most welcoming warm people.
  2. The World Travel Awards has named the country the “World’s Leading Honeymoon Destination” 4 times.
  3. Mauritius is perfect for romantic getaways as well as family adventure.
  4. The beautiful language of Creole.
  5. The Mauritian cuisine is influenced by French, Creole, Indian, and Chinese flavours.

Once at the crossroads of the African and Arabian trade routes, the island of Mauritius has a diverse cultural history. Port Louis, the capital city, is the perfect blend of modern and colonial.

Its unique hybrid of architectural styles is a product of Dutch, French, and British settlement, with further influences from India and East Africa.

You can stroll through bustling outdoor markets, enjoy the Caudan Waterfront, or visit one of the many museums. The vibrant art scene is captured in the aesthetic Blue Penny Museum.

Exotic meets elegance

Enjoy an island adventure, jetting off in a speedboat or sailing on a catamaran to the private island of Ile aux Cerfs Leisure Island for a full day of swimming, snorkelling, and exploring. Pack your swimsuit and get ready to bask in the sun, sand and sea with this exotic island getaway off the coast of Africa. Mauritius boasts some of the planet’s most photogenic terrain and you’re sure to capture some amazing sights during your stay. Whilst snorkelling or diving the multi coloured fish will just come up to you. Optional activities are also available, including parasailing, swimming with dolphins, and undersea walking.

Mauritius is not only about beaches and magnificent seas but many other places can be visited such as the Chamarel Seven Coloured Earth Geopark, the Seewoosager Ramgoolan Botanical Gardens (where you find the giant tortoises), and the Grand Bassin crater lake a sacred hindu place.

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