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Get to Interesting Places During Your Mauritius Holidays

by Amanda Sutcliffe Travel Deals

A multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, and multi-cultural island country, Mauritius is visited by more than a million tourists from various corners of the world every year owing to its rich natural beauty and cultural heritage. It is located off the south-eastern coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean. In recent times, it has become extremely popular for its white-sand beaches washed by the crystal-clear sapphire waters of the Indian Ocean and the luxurious resorts. Besides its famous beaches, you'll also get to explore some serene fishing villages and other delightful attractions while getting around on the island.

The best time to enjoy your Mauritius holidays is between May and December, which is the winter season in this part of the world. During this time of the year, the weather is quite pleasant with comfortable daytime temperatures that would allow you to go sightseeing and indulge in some exciting activities outdoors. However, this is also a peak tourist season and you may have to book your accommodation well in advance. If you wish to save on your hotel stays and have lesser number of tourists around, visit during the period between January and April. This is the summer season in Mauritius with daytime temperatures between 25-Degree Celsius and 33-Degree Celsius.

Mauritius Botanical Garden is one of the most popular attractions in this island nation. Located near the capital city of Port Louis, it is also known as Pamplemousses Garden and is home to giant water lilies and over 80 varieties of palms from different parts of the world. Yet another fabulous attraction worth exploring is Black River Gorges National Park, which is spread across a vast area of more than 6,500 hectares and provides safe environs for different species of birds and wild animals. Among the islands you can visit while in Mauritius is the Ile aux Cerfs island.

Snorkelling is one of the most popular activities for tourists on this island. It involves reaching an ideal spot for this activity by taking a ferry or boat and then getting into the water to explore the tropical fish. You can go underwater without getting wet by taking the submarine ride offered by one of the popular tour operators on the island. It allows you to explore the most fantastic marine species underwater. The lush tropical vegetation in certain parts of the island would also give you the chance to enjoy hiking. During your time spent in Mauritius, you can also enjoy dolphin watching tour by getting to the Tamarin Bay.

You'll get to savour some delicious dishes from the local cuisine while holidaying in this island destination. Among them is Dholl Puri, which comprises thin fried bread stuffed with split peas. Mauritian Biryani is also a delicacy worth trying. It is prepared using flavoured rice, meat, yoghurt, potatoes, and various kinds of spices. If you happen to visit a Chinese restaurant in Mauritius, don't forget to have Dim Sums. They are quite similar to the Tibetan dish called Momos and is made by steaming meat wrapped in dough.


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