Mauritius is a beautiful island nation in Africa located east of Madagascar and is sometimes referenced as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. It is one of the world’s biggest beach resorts, with over 300 km of coastline, and one of the best honeymoon destinations. In addition to its beaches, this tiny paradise island in the Indian Ocean is a great mix of diverse cultures, tropical environment, luxurious resorts, varied food and coral reefs, and of course scenic beauty. It is an ideal destination for travelers to explore. Here are the nine explanations for the next trip to Mauritius.
Striking Natural Beauty
With its abundant natural beauty, Mauritius is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful islands in the world. The volcanic interior, apart from the magnificent sandy beaches, is also fascinated by the endless fields of sweeping sugar canes, extinct volcanos, lush tropical forests, majestic mountains, and wild waterfall. The beautiful Seven Color Earths of Chamarel, found in Mauritius alone is a perfect example of the wild, and it is one of Mauritius’ top places to visit. The soil is characterized by complex whirling and strips of red, green, purple, indigo, and violet. The geological phénomènia is caused by tropical weather conditions. There are around a dozen nature reserves and botanical gardens in Mauritius to visit.
Besides the beaches, Mauritius is world-renowned since it was colonized by the Dutch, the French, and the British until 1968. The history of this island is full of struggles, and the signs of these fighting remain alive in many Mauritius museums and tourist sites. The Blue Penny Museum has several items that were British and French and must have Mauritius Tour Packages in Port Louis. Mauritius also has two UNESCO sites, Le Morne Brabant and the Appravasi Ghat. The UNESCO World Heritage Site. Appravasi is the Immigration Depot where the first worker who came from India, East Africa, China, and South East Asia, Le Morne Brabant used to be a refuge to the maroon slaves who fled because of the harsh treatment their own masters got. Some popular historical attractions such as the Government House, Fort Adelaide, Champ de Mars, the ruins of Balaclava, European and Netherlands Ruins in Vi can be visited.
Mauritius is a country with a number of religions and Mauritius is not an official religion. The inhabitants are indigenous, French, Creole, and Chinese and, considering their varied backgrounds, live in peace and harmony. This cultural diversity is among the principal attractions of this island, where the numerous festivals and the beauty of sharing can be discovered. Port Louis is rich in culture, the capital of the island, and is very popular in the same lane, finding different religious memorials of ethics. The most famous festivals in Mauritius include the Chinese Lunar New Year, Maha Shivaratri, Mauritius National day, Flavor Crossroads, Eid-Ul-Fitr, Kiteival, and International Kreol Festival. Mauritian cuisine, with French, Indian, African, Chinese, and Creole influences combining to establish their distinctive taste, is one of the diversified in the world.
Mauritius is an island nation with a host of events to entertain you all day long. Mauritius is surrounded by crystal clear water and is a true paradise for sea and water trips that offer the greatest choice of activities like kayaking, windsurfing, kite surfing, paddling and sailing. Mauritius also provides a number of non-water adventure sports such as golfing on the world’s 4th-largest golf course and exploring the island by quad, buggy, horseback, mountain bike or foot. On your trip to Mauritius one can walk or zip in the rainforest or canyon in the watersheds.
Due to its perfect geographical position Mauritius has a warm and friendly climate all year round. Mauritius is a year-round destination for travellers who want to enjoy the sun and relax on the beach with sandy beaches, panoramic sunsets, warm nights and friendly palm trees to cruise. It has two seasons – October through April and May through September in the summer and May through the winter. During February, the warmest weather happens, and the coldest temperatures in July.
Breathtaking Underwater Life
Mauritius is an incredibly stunning underwater world with hundreds of sparkling fish, coral reefs, and marine life. Some 4.000 fish and shellfish species live on the island’s coastline. The Mauritius Marine Conservation Society manages a number of the reefs and the surrounding areas of the island. The best spots to explore the rich aquatic life of Mauritius are Belle Mare, Grand Bay, Blue Bay, Flic en Flac, Trou aux Biches, and Ile aux Cerfs. There are different ways to explore the aquatic world from the Glass Bottom boat trip to the underwater Submarine and the Underwater Sea Walk to snorkeling and diving.
Mauritius provides world-class resorts at very reasonable prices with an affordable standard of living. These resorts attract honeymooners as they have infinite pools, high-quality spas, and private transfers by helicopter. Furthermore, it is possible to quickly find a location that suits all budgets from the three-star properties to lovely Airbnb spots in hundreds of resorts and housing options. Holiday and holiday packages are open year over, particularly during springtime, when the majority of hotels are established in the coastal regions, so you can choose from a wide range of water sports for your leisure.