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Mauritius, so far away, yet so much at home...
Mauritius, an island nation in the Indian Ocean, is a melting pot of cultures and diversity. The country is multi-ethnic and English, French, Creole and Asian languages are spoken by the inhabitants. Found by the Portuguese in the year 1505, Mauritius later came under the leadership of Dutch, French, and British before the independence, which was attained in the year 1968. The country has attracted substantial foreign investment through tourism. To reach Mauritius there are various direct flights operating from major countries. Find Mauritius holiday deals at, it will definitely fascinate you. The distinction of beaches, different cultures and taste makes the island fascinating for an unforgettable holiday. Here, you get the opportunity to discover beyond compare luxury and find out the true meaning of beauty.

At a glance

The island, with a surface area of 2,040 square kilometres, is located 20º south of the equator and 57.5º east. English is the official language, although French and Creole are commonly used. Hinduism, Christianity, Islam and Buddhism co-exist peacefully. With a population of 1.2 million, the literacy rate hovers around 90%... Details

Port Louis,
Capital of Mauritius

Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius, was founded by the French governor and colonist Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais in 1735. Situated on the west coast, it is protected by a curve of picturesque mountains. International businesses and financial institutions rub shoulders with colourful markets in this vibrant city Details

The North Tour

The north provides some fine beaches, a great range of accommodation and restaurants, world-class watersports facilities, wonderful shopping opportunities and entertainment. It was one of the first spots in Mauritius to welcome holidaymakers...  Details

South-East Tour

This region has a completely different landscape to the rest of the island. Gris Gris, for example, is one of the few areas of Mauritian coastline that is not shielded by coral reef and is therefore the best point from which to observe dramatic waves crashing against the rocks...   Details

Mauritius Island offers the visitors a large variety of beautiful white sandy beaches and blue lagoons. Mauritius is said to be the paradise of the Indian Ocean.Its large lagoons lined with fine white sand are the embodiment of paradise to those who want to enjoy the sea and the sun. All around the island, large strips of beaches offer unbeatable relaxing possibilities.  Details

The East Tour

Some of the best beaches in Mauritius can be found on the east coast, including Blue Bay and its marine reserve and the delightful swathes of sand that exist around Belle Mare.The main attraction in this region of Mauritius is Ile aux Cerfs.Also here is Trou d’Eau Douce: the main jumping off point for the islet Ile aux Cerfs.Centre de Flacq is the biggest village on the Eastern coast...  Details

West & South West
The west and south-west is an adventure playground for nature and sports-lovers. Flic en Flac, with its white beaches fringed with Casuarinas trees, is a popular location for weekend beach activities such as swimming and snorkelling. Grande Rivière Noire and Tamarin were fishing villages that have been transformed with luxury villas and are now popular deep-sea finishing spots..  Details

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