The island paradise of Mauritius awaits you. Mauritius has it all, white sandy beaches, swimming in crystal clear water, wonderful weather and plenty of time to relax.
On this tour you will stay at Silver Beach, a 3 star hotel on the east coast of Mauritius. Here beautiful white sandy beaches, clear turquoise water and a lovely climate all await you. Mauritius has something for everybody, whether you enjoy just relaxing on the beach, or taking part in a lot of activities and excursions. On this tour you will have plenty of opportunities to explore the beautiful island of Mauritius.
Central Mauritius is dominated by dramatic volcanic mountains, beautiful waterfalls and lush forests, all surrounded by fertile farmlands producing the islands most important crop and export - sugar cane.
Mauritius is a relatively young volcano that arose only around 8 million years ago. Because of its geographical isolation, a range of unique plants and animals arose here, the most famous of which is the extinct flightless bird, the Dodo. This strange bird lived in the lush nature of the island, where there were no predators to threaten it, but it did not survive the arrival of people. Sailors discovered the island in the 1600s, and caught large numbers of these birds to provide meat for their long ocean voyages on which fresh supplies were often lacking.
Depart in the mid afternoon for Mauritius, stopping over in Dubai.
Naturally all meals and drinks are included on your flight.
You will arrive in Mauritius late in the morning. After you have passed through immigration and customs you will be met by your local guide who will drive you to your hotel.
You will spend the next 7 nights in the hotel, on an All Inclusive basis .
You have six full days to enjoy your fantastic surroundings. Explore the island’s many attractions, and experience its beautiful nature.
Your fantastic holiday is now drawing to a close, and late in the day you will be transferred to the airport for your flight home.
After a stop over in Dubai you will land back in N.Europe in the early afternoon.
Silver Beach Hotel is located close to the coastal town of Trou Dear Douce, right next to one of the wonderful beaches Mauritius is famous for. The hotel has 60 rooms of 2 different categories - rooms with a sea view are 26m2 in size and can accommodate max. 2 people. Rooms in the gardens are 36m2 and can accommodate 2-3 people.Read more
The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam gardens are truly extraordinary. The gardens can be found just to the north of Mauritius’ capital Port Louis in the Pamplemousse district and are well worth a visit. The entrance price for these beautiful gardens may be very modest, but the gardens themselves are not.Read more
Mauritius was recently awarded the prize for the Golf Destination of the Year for Africa, The Indian Ocean and the Arabian Peninsula, and it is home to a number of wonderful golf courses. On Mauritus you can find 20 excellent golf courses, the vast majority of which are in spectacular surroundings next to the blue waters of the Indian Ocean. Surrounded by lush, beautiful landscapes, you can spend many enjoyable hours playing golf here, and just about all of the courses welcome foreign visitors.Read more
The Indian Ocean is the smallest of the globe’s three great oceans, but certainly not the least interesting. Along the east coast of Africa in Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique, and certainly not to forget the tropical island paradises of Mauritius, Madagascar, Bazaruto, Zanzibar and the Seychelles, your dreams of the perfect tropical beach paradise can be made real.Read more
Mauritius is surrounded by the one of the Indian Ocean’s biggest coral reefs, that stretches for 150 kilometers along the coast. Apart from the southern coast, just about the whole of the island’s coastline offers a beautiful, well preserved coral reef which makes Mauritius a fantastic destination for both new beginners and experienced divers alike. There are a wide range of tour operators offering everything from simple snorkelling trips to diving trips to the depths of the Indian Ocean with professional guides.Read more
Mauritius has many attractions for both nature lovers and those interested in culture, but the one thing most people associate with Mauritius is white sandy beaches with crystal clear water and palm trees. Mauritius’ many beaches are all of an unusually high standard, and nearly seem to have been created to feature on the perfect holiday postcard. The beaches really do invite you to simply relax, which is certainly why many visitors are attracted to the island. Mauritius really does live up to its image as a tropical paradise, something only few other destinations can match.Read more
The Île aux Cerfs is a small island off the east coast of Mauritius that covers nearly 100 hectares. The island’s name means “the deer island”, and even though this term is still used, the deer disappeared from the island long ago. Today the island, which offers a wealth of different activities, attracts many visitors because of its beautiful beaches and the good snorkeling in the warm waters of the lagoon’s colourful coral reef. It is also the perfect place to get a real adrenaline kick, as there are watersports of all calibers on offer.Read more
If you really want to discover the true nature of south western Mauritius, then a visit to “Seven Coloured Earth” near Chamarel is an absolute must. The Seven Coloured earth is a fascinating geological phenomenon, created from colour variations created by volcanic rocks cooling at different rates. This formation consists of “dunes” of different coloured soils, that create an almost magical mixture of beautiful colours. Seven Coloured Earth is one of the most popular tourist attractions on Mauritius and covers an area of some 7,500m2. The Seven Coloured Earth is located in a compact area of forest, which helps to make the experience even more spectacular.Read more
Black River Gorges National Park was created in 1994 to protect Mauritius’ remaining areas of forest. The park lies in the south western part of Mauritius and covers a total area of 65.74km2, equivalent to over 3% of the total landmass of Mauritius. The park includes the mountain of Black River Peak, the summit of which at 828m above sea level is the highest point on the island. There are a number of good footpaths that will take you to the summit. We recommend you visit here early in the morning as there can often be dense cloud during the middle of the day, which rather spoils the views and the whole experience of being on the mountain.Read more
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