Sun, sea, and sand – the idea of a perfect summer, is best realized here, on this tropical wonder.
With glowing white beaches, azure waters, and world-class resorts right on the shores, Mauritius is a perfect sojourn. This lilliputian island is a blend of Indian, Chinese, French, and Creole cultures. This amazing amalgamation reflects on the languages spoken and the appetizing food variety. Flaunting a coastline of 330 km dotted with wide sandy beaches, reefs, and lagoons, this African island is a great honeymoon as well as a family holiday spot. After all, beach days are the best days!
The period from October to April, which constitutes the summer months in Mauritius, is an ideal time to make a visit. The weather is more refreshing and welcoming them. It is not advisable to take a trip around July when the natural conditions are comparatively unsupported.
The average cost per person including flight tickets, a good stay, and activities in Mauritius is around INR 50,000.
Indian nationals (holding Indian Passport), are eligible for a visa on arrival in Mauritius, required that they have a valid return ticket dated within 60 days of arrival.
An ideal place to spend your day, this group of islands have all amenities to keep you both relaxed and excited throughout. Though ‘Ile Aux Cerfs’ is French for ‘deer island’, you’ll find beautiful beaches and clear lagoons instead of deer. The lagoons host a number of recreation activities including snorkeling, which is an experience to treasure here, owing to the vibrant coral reefs that harbor a multitude of marine creatures to explore. Together with its picturesque beaches, cool palms, and enchanting sunsets, Ile Aux Cerfs is absolutely worth your social media upload.
Mauritius is the savior for a number of birds species from extinction and thus, offers an eyeshot to some of the rarest birds like the pink pigeon, Mauritius kestrel, Mauritius parakeet, Mauritius bulbul etc. Besides this, the Black River Gorges shelters a dense indigenous forest
and a naturally carved gorge among the black rocky hills, as the name suggests. All of this can be revealed in through an exhilarating 4-hour hike which proves to be a sublimely scenic journey.
This countryside is basically a group of beaches of which the popular Pereybere Public Beach is also a part. This particular beach is a favorite among tourists pertaining to its lovely shallow waters, lines of handicraft sellers, and availability of preferred fast foods and drinks in the restaurants and lively bars. The Grand Baie also renders an unforgettable experience of walking on the seabed among the corals and feeding the colorful aquatic fauna with its Solar Sea Walk Undersea.
Opened as a private garden by the French some 300 years ago, this is known as the National Botanic Garden of Mauritius today. The famous Baobabs, the Palmier Bouteille, the ineluctable Giant Water Lilies, along with other 650 varieties of plants are certain to appeal to you. Other striking attractions include a spice garden, an exhibition of 85 different types of Palm trees accumulated from various countries, and a range of indigenous plant species.
Gifted with the astounding natural phenomenon, this Mauritian village is more than good for a comfortable stay with a multitude of the hotel from the most wallet-friendly to luxurious ones. One of the sights that have been drawing tourists over the years is the Seven-coloured piles of earth, which comprises sand dunes with distinctively seven colors of sand owing to mineral compositions. The intriguing features of these dunes are that, even on mixing the colors, the sands will separate into layers of their natural color, and they often confuse visitors with colors which look like shadows. Besides this, there is the Chamarel Waterfall which is 272 ft high and is a fascinating sight.
Largely oriented towards tourism, the aesthetic town of Flic-en Flac is a tiny spot on the western part of the island. It is an amusement hub for vacationers with sports like volleyball, football, and swimming. Its Public White Sandy beach provides a panoramic view of the Indian Ocean Horizon and Le Mont Brabant Peninsula which will make you sigh in wonder. A number of plush hotels have entered this region to provide incomparable stay facilities to tourists.
The capital city of Mauritius will greet you with the Caudan Waterfront, brimming with lip-smacking dining and shopping domain. The huge Central Market here offers you an array of vendors selling their local produce and handicrafts. This city, known for its French colonial architecture, will surely impress you with its Blue Penny Museum and Champ de Mars. horse-racing track.
Seven Coloured Earths
Blue Penny Museum
Currency:US Dollar is widely accepted but the local currency is the Mauritian Rupee; 1 MUR equals to approximately 2 INR.
Clothing: Carry light cotton clothes and some light woolens. Do carry your swimwear and other swimming essentials.
Pack a waterproof bag as it’ll help keep your valuables safe at beaches and during activities.
A mosquito repellent and a large bottle of sunscreen will help you a lot.
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