Glittering like a gem in Indian Ocean, Mauritius is a nation of islands located to the east of Madagascar and south-eastern Seychelles. Port Louis is the capital city and the largest port of the nation. Mauritius is one of the world's best destinations for beach vacations and fits alike for both families and honeymooners. In addition to the breath-taking beaches, known for thrilling mountainous landscapes, beautiful valleys, a dormant volcano and easily accessible waterfalls make Mauritius Tourism so pleasant and ideal for a memorable holiday. You will certainly enjoy the wonderful natural beauty of the country.

Grand Bay / Grand Baie

Grand Bay or Grand Bay in Rivière du Rempart district of Mauritius is a seaside village and a large tourist resort. The place offers sailing, swimming, windsurfing, water-skiing and many more water...

Ile aux Cerfs Island

Ile Aux Cerfs Island is the most beautiful island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq district. This Island is sprawling over an area of 100 hectares. The island has an undulating terrain...

Black River Gorges National Park

Situated in south-western part of Mauritius and spread over 6750 hectares, the park covers around 3.5% of the total land area of Mauritius and conserves the remains of the island’s indigenous...

Chamarel -Seven Coloured Earths and the Curious corner

Chamarel, known for Coloured Earths and Chamarel Falls. The seven coloured earth is a natural phenomenon and a picturesque place to visit in Mauritius. The colours evolved through conversion of...

Mauritius Botanical Garden

The Botanical Garden is situated in Port-Louis, in the district of Pamplemousses. The SSR Gardens is one of the largest botanical gardens in the world and one of the destinations with the most...

Trou aux Cerfs

Trou aux Cerfs, also known as Murr’s Volcano, is a dormant volcano located about half a mile west of the city of Curepipe, Mauritius. This imposing dormant volcano stands nearly 2,000 feet above...

Ganga Talao

Ganga Talao is a crater lake situated in a secluded mountain area in the district of Savanne, Mauritius. Situated at an altitude of 1800 feet, it is considered the most sacred Hindu place in...

Bois cheri- A breath-taking stopover for tea lovers

The visit includes a guided tour of Bois Chéri tea factory, a visit to the tea museum and to the tea plantation. A guide will lead you through the tour where you will discover the history and...

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The gorgeous side of Mauritius unveils with powdery white sands on ethereal beaches. You can enjoy an unparalleled time experiencing world famous water sports, checking out the natural wonders, trendy bars, restaurants, clubs and relaxing on paradise beaches. Mauritius has plethora of things to do- mix of adrenaline rush, beautiful natural rejuvenation and luxury.

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