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Wonders of Mauritius island❤️ A Wonderful Tourism Place?

Mauritius, or officially known as the Republic of Mauritius is a nation on an island that is present in the Indian Oceans and is at the distance of about 2000 kilometers (or some might say 1200 miles) from the southeastern coast of the continent of Africa. The country basically consist of several islands which are called Mauritius Rodrigues, also the archipelago along with the islands of Agalega.

Port Louis is the capital of the country and the largest city. Around 150,000 people live in this vibrant hub. Port Louis is the economic, cultural, and financial center of the country. Because of this, there is a significant Expat population drawn to the opportunity it offers. And, Expat satisfaction surveys consistently find happy Expats here.

The city has some beautiful architecture and shows traces of its colonial history. The country was at various times held by the Dutch, French, and British.

Foodies will love the city as each of these colonizers left some trace of their cuisine. And, immigration from Asia and local influences combined to make for an exciting local foodie scene.

From the cinemas and top-end boutiques of Caudan Waterfront to the buzz of the central market, Port Loius is a happening place.

Other popular cities in Mauritius include Beau Bassin-Rose Hill, Moka, Curepipe, and QuatreBornes. They range in size and facilities, but all have some Expat presence.

This island paradise offers a subtropical climate with year-round sunshine (more than 300 days a year, on average). Summer (November – April) is hot, with coastal temperatures between 25° C and 33° C. Winter (May – October) is cooler and dryer, with temperatures from 17° C and 25° C.

Ocean temperatures are beautiful all year from January to December, ranging between 23° C and 28° C.

The coastal areas are generally warmer than the mountains areas of the country.

Mauritius lies below the equator, which means that its seasons are the opposite of those in the northern hemisphere. So, if you enjoy warm temperatures, you should visit Mauritius between December and March. Although most sights are easily accessible for tourists, travellers have the option to explore the heartland in a rental car as long as they pay attention to the left-hand traffic.

Mauritius is a wonderful island paradise at the gates of Africa. While lovers of nature find numerous ways of discovering the island, travellers who want to relaxhave many opportunities to unwind. Furthermore, the island is becoming increasingly popular with honeymooner.

Visit a local market for a glimpse of local life and a chance to stock up on wonderful island produce – Flacq has the island’s largest and most colourful open-air market. Spend some time getting to know the island’s capital, Port-Louis, with markets galore, plus temples, a Chinatown complete with pagodas, and designer shopping. Near Port Louis, discover the tropical spices and exotic plants at the botanical Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, better known as the Jardins de Pamplemousse, including giant waterlilies.

Most of the hotels on the island have super-friendly and helpful staff who will advise you on all of the above and give directions, and in many cases book excursions for you to enjoy on family holidays. Other activities worth asking about include quad-biking, windsurfing, trekking, mountain-biking, horse-riding, canyoning (abseiling under a waterfall), rock-climbing, sea-kayaking, para-sailing and helicopter flights over the island.

This paradisiacal little volcanic island is the best destination for family holidays in the Indian Ocean, with long, uncrowded beaches of crystalline white sand, blood-warm seas, astonishing and rare wildlife, and a thrilling landscape of dramatic mountains, waterfalls, sugarcane fields, lagoons, reefs and islets, dotted by towns replete with fascinating colonial history – the island has been Dutch, French and English. There’s also an incredibly diverse ethnic mix here, with large populations from India, Madagascar, continental Africa, China and elsewhere.

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