Mauritius has something for everyone....
This island in the Indian Ocean has a history of diversity to be justly proud of. The English, French, Dutch and Portuguese have all ruled the island and have left their mark on everything from the island’s culture, to architectural design to the amazing cuisine, which you will be able to sample at hotels and restaurants throughout the island. Benefitting from a year round tropical climate the result is a lush landscape where waterfalls spill over dramatic cliffs and, with a 700,000 year old volcanic ravine – Trou Aux Cerfs the island offers up some superb photographic opportunities. Mauritius is famed for its luxury hotels offering wonderful getaways for couples, families and sporting enthusiasts alike.
Consider a two centre holiday combing two hotels on the island or combine with a visit to Dubai or the Seychelles.
The best time to visit is between April and June or September through to the end of November. The hottest months fall between December and February. Cyclones although rare, may occur between November and March. It should be noted that the western and northern regions tend to be warmer and relatively drier than the South and east of the island.
Get married here, enjoy a catamaran cruise, dinner on the beach, and learn to dive in some of the world’s most amazing underwater seascapes or try for a hole in one at one of the Islands award-winning championship golf courses.
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