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In the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, approximately 2000 km east of the African continent, lies the paradise island of Mauritius. Surrounded by coral reef, the clean white sandy beaches on the ...

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Quick Facts: Mauritius

  • White sandy beaches: Belle Mare, La Cuvette, Le Morne, Pereybere, Ile aux Cerfs
  • Black River Gorge National Park
  • Tea plantations
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • The Triolet Shivala – longest village on the island
  • Golf 
  • Beauty Spas – One and Only Le Saint Geran
  • Sailing
  • Blue Safari Submarine
  • Ganga Talao – Grand Bassin – natural lake

Introducing Mauritius

A small idyllic island in the Indian Ocean on the Southeast Coast of Africa, Mauritius is the choice destination of honeymooners all over the world. Famous for its long stretches of white sandy beaches and beautiful blue water, it is not known as Paradise Island for nothing.

Name after the Dutch Prince Maurice Van Nassau, the small island of Mauritius is protected by a coral reef that encircles most of the island. The beaches are not all that Mauritius has on offer for visitors. They are extensive tea plantations that can be explored along with sugar cane fields that cover a large part of the inland of the island. 

The island can be divided into 5 distinct areas, north, east, south east, west and inland each with its own set of sites to see. There is Grand Bay in the north along with the Balaclava Ruins and The Labourdonnais Orchards. In the east is the Flacq Market which is the country’s largest open air market and the Waterpark Leisure Village, ideal for families. Mahebourg, along the south east of the island is the main fishing village.

There is also a bird park Ile aux Aigrettes in the south east that is home to the rare Pink pigeon. In the west are the Martello Towers and the small, yet very interesting Yemen Reserve. The larger Black River Gorge Reserve can be found inland together with L’Aventure du Sucre, which is an interactive exhibition about the history of the island.

Mauritius used to once be covered by forests but now only a small percent of the forest remains. It does still have a very rich flora with over 670 species of flowers. 

The climate in Mauritius makes it the ideal island destination. The summer months can reach 33C while the winter months dip to 17C, which still make spending days on the beach possible. The island experiences rain during the summer months from December to March.

Some of the must see stops when visiting Mauritius:

  • Balaclava Ruins
  • The Labourdonnais Orchards
  • Dutch Ruins
  • Casela – Bird Park
  • Chamarel – colored earth 
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Villa Infinity Mauritius

Address: Pereybere, Mauritius, Indian Ocean Islands

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