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Mauritius epitomises the perfect tropical island hideaway with
an endless list of plus points to suit every potential visitor:
There’s an excellent argument to be made that Mauritius is the perfect
Holiday destination for the British market. Right now this is even more
true as there are some great offers out there, making the island even
It is a long haul, but at about 12-hours flying time, not excessively so –
just enough to give a real sense of getting away from it all – and once
Their holidaymakers find a tropical Indian Ocean island with great year round weather.
It has British roots and the fact that the Dutch, French and pirates
also had a hand in the creation of today’s nation of Mauritius gives the
Destination an additional zing. Its melting pot mix of Indian, African,
Chinese and French people have created a truly warm and welcoming
environment for visitors and a dedication to hospitality that is amongst the highest in the world.
Having never succumbed to the lure of the mass market, Mauritius has
developed an infrastructure of resorts that are stylish – often using
echoes of local or Colonial architecture – and broad enough to satisfy
the needs of all sectors of the tourism industry.
Couples, honeymooners and special occasion holidays are one of the
strongest markets for the island but with kids’ clubs flourishing in most
resorts families have taken to Mauritius with a vengeance. A proliferation of quality golf courses over recent years has added golfers
to the list of holidaymakers heading off to the island, while the warm
Indian Ocean is a welcoming playground for divers, sailors, snorkellers,
kite surfers and others seeking fun above and below the water’s surface.
And with three airlines offering quality scheduled non-stop services from the UK, getting there is a breeze as well!
Welcome to a tropical island hideaway. Welcome to Mauritius!
Mauritius white-sand Indian Ocean beaches and fabulous watersports may incline you not to travel far from your oceanside resort. Fight that temptation! The island’s lush and often lofty interior, the buzz of its towns and villages and the quality of its many land activities all demand some time. Each coastline has its own character. The north with its long beaches and calm lagoons is home to Grand Baie, the only ''resort'' area, while on the east coast is fabulous 6-mile long Belle Mare beach. While the relatively more developed west coast, boasting its own string of perfect beaches. Exploring by car is a popular way to discover the colourful holiday island of Mauritius. Don''t miss the waterfront at Port Louis and do visit the National park in the beautiful interior.