Mauritius, an island known as “Island of goods”. Famous from dodo birds. Provide a whole year od summer. The turquoise blue water laps the mountainous emerald island and the colour. It’s worth to take a few hours of flight, to land up in a blue paradise. Let us inspire you, to explore Mauritius this year.
The food on the island is a blend of Indian, Halal, French and British cuisine. Street food vendors can be found parked close to every beach. Be ready for amazing seafood. All food names are in their native language- a mixture of languages Creole, Dutch, French, Hindi and English.
Dive into water sports like kite surfing, surfing, snorkelling, open water diving, swimming, windsurfing, paddle boarding, underwater walking, kayaking and boating, anything water-related can be easily found.
And if you are not a sports lover- be sure to find some nice waterfront bars with amazing pools. Well, alcohol important alcohol will cost a fortune.. but who cares, with this view?
Not even a kilometre from the beach rest fields. Beyond the fields lie vast mountains which lead to fields and ocean…. so the island is really small. We recommend you rent a car or a motorbike for a one-day trip around the island. You can also visit palm sugar plantations and Rhum distillery.
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