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Apart from its natural beauty and opportunities to get thrilled, people also visit Mauritius to enjoy luxury at its exclusive resorts. For a chance to experience all this and more, opt for this package by Traveliin. Among the highlights of your holiday would be staying at a plush beachside property, featuring numerous facilities for relaxation and recreation.

• Currency: Mauritian rupee
• Languages: 84% Creole; 5.3% Bhojpuri; 3.6% French; 14.4% Others

Place to visit in Mauritius:

1. The North:

• The Mauritius Aquarium at Pointe aux Biches
• The Northern islets
• Les Vergers of Labourdonnais at Mapou
• Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden
• The Maheswarnath Mandir of Triolet
• Beaches
Things to do:
Cycling , Sailing , Kite Surfing , Diving and other under water activities

2. Port Louis, Capital City of Mauritius:

• La Place D’Armes
• Statue of Mahe de la Bourdonnais
• Port Louis Theatre
• Fort Adelaide
• Natural History Museum
Things to do:
The Caudan Waterfront: top designer brands at bargain prices
The Champ de Mars: Live horse race
Museum of Photography
Rajiv Gandhi Science Centre

3.The West:

• Black River Gorges National Park
• Albion and Pointe aux Sables
• Tamarin and Black River
• Dolphins activities

4.The South & South-East:

Pointe Canon
Ile aux Aigrettes, Nature reserve
Blue Bay: white sand beach
Rochester Falls

5.The East:

The East coast with its succession of beaches (Roches Noires and Poste Lafayette, Bras d’Eau, Belle Mare) is undoubtedly one of the island’s most beautiful coastlines set alongside emerald coloured lagoons. Punctuated with numerous luxurious hotels and authentic villages, this coast has the particularity of being exposed to the constant south-east trade winds. The several kilometres long Belle Mare beach is its main attraction.

6.Inland & Centre:

Time to leave the usual beaches and try a few excursions inland to get a feel for the heart of the island. Cooler than the coastal regions, the central plateau is situated between 400 and 600 meters above sea level. Starting from the South of Port Louis, this vast urban area is home to about 400,000 people, representing over one-third of the island's population. High up on the plateau, you’ll also find forests, lakes and plantations that are well worth a visit.


Some 560 kilometres north-east of Mauritius liesRodrigues: the jewel in the crown of the Mascarene Islands – a 18 kilometre by 8 kilometre pearl surrounded by a crystalline blue lagoon twice its size.

Team Traveliin!!