Mauritius: The Tropical Paradise for Every Traveller


Mauritius is a sovereign country which gained its independence in the year 1968. With a strong financial system, the country is emerging in the global economy based on its tourism industry. During 17th century, the Dutch claimed the island as theirs and was named after Prince Maurice.Eventually, the island became a zone of bonded labour for sugar production. Ultimately, the country gained its independence and was declared a republic, in 1992.

Tourist Destinations:

  1. Grand Baie: this town has everything you might need to spend a luxurious vacation with nightlife, shopping centres and beaches, located in the North West region of the country.
  2. Chamarel coloured earth: the 7 layers of sand is the attractive part of this village which makes the tourists spellbound with its natural loveliness.
  3. Casela park of nature: You can spend an entire day with your family in this park in the wild viewing the nature’s creature and exotic exquisiteness.
  4. Ganga Talao: this spot is said to have been filled with India’s holy Ganges river water which gives it the name. It is an extinct volcanic crater with a lake in it.

Normally packages are for 6N/7D which is adequate. However, recall, Air Mauritius does not work day by day flights from all urban communities in India, so you may need to adjust your number of evenings to suit flight accessibility and timings Climatic conditions:

The climate of Mauritius is forgiving and generally warm with humidity. Temperatures vary from 19°C to 22°C on the coastal areas. Summer lasts from November to April, with high volume of humidity in the air, with reasonable amount of rainfall. Winter lasts from June to mid September with dryness and aridity surrounding this tropical country.

Summer would be an ideal period for taking a trip to this tropical island. This island enjoys moderate climatic conditions making it ideal for vacations.You can engage in various activities, like scuba diving, fishing, and surfing during summers.During winters, the minimum temperature falls to 20°C.

Entry point:

By flight: the main airport Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport is located almost 50 kilometres from the city of Port Louis. This airport is facilitated with modern services like banking, souvenir shops, restaurants and many more. The international airport is connected well with major cities all over the world, and Indian cities alike.

You needn’t bother with a visa to enter Mauritius. On landing, your passport will be stamped enabling passage to the nation for 60 days. You’ll have the capacity to give confirmation of forwarding or return travel. On the off chance that you plan to work in Mauritius, you should get a work allow before you travel.

By Sea:

Cruising tothis dream destination would be the most romantic getaway for you and your loved one. A voyage expedition by the sea is luxurious, which will make your journey pleasant and memorable. You can embark from South African ports like Madagascar, Reunion Island. There are various cruise companies which arranges cruise to Mauritius.

Transportation options:

You can rent a car starting at Rs.2946 per day and it can as high as Rs. 10,000 with GPS and Wi-Fi. Various rentals may charge different rates. You can even hire taxis for travelling to various places. The cab fare per kilometre starts at Rs. 100, with an hour waiting rate of Rs. 500.


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