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Travel in Mauritius

The Island of Mauritius. If there is such a place as paradise on earth, then that place must be the island of Mauritius. The gentle lapping of the waves along the heavenly beaches, exotic perfumes and the light breeze under a blazing sun... Mauritius is truly a haven of peace lost in the immensity of the Indian Ocean, off the coast of Madagascar. The climate, the white sandy beaches and the crystal-clear waters of the ocean are more than enough to please those looking for somewhere to chill out in style, for both tourists and locals alike. The Mauritians are incredibly welcoming, friendly and always have a ready smile. The music of their creole accents added to their generosity and hospitality reflect the local proverb: "Le cœur n'a pas de rides" (The heart has no wrinkles). You can see the giant water-lilies in the Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens, dive into the ocean and explore its underwater wonders, explore the nature reserves of the Vallée de Ferney and the Ile aux Aigrettes. That's just a taster of what awaits you when you travel to the island of Mauritius.
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Guide to travelling in Mauritius

A cornucopia of experiences and adventures await you in Mauritius You will probably start your adventure in Port-Louis, the capital Fort Adelaide offers you a breath-taking view of the city. And if you take a stroll in the Central Market, you will be immersed in the traditional culture of the island Although the authentic and atypical city of Port-Louis is certainly worth visiting, the very essence of Mauritian culture is to be found along the coast. You can visit a rum distillery to discover the secrets of rum-making. You can visit the Black River Gorges National Park, where you can observe exotic birds in lush virgin forest You can also go rambling on the coloured earths of Chamarel Plain. Travellers seeking rest and relaxation can ride a catamaran on the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean or dive off the wild and unspoilt Coconut Island. Before you leave Mauritius, remember to visit the traditional shops, where you will find hand-made pandanus leaf hats and Goni bags made with aloe fibre. As you will quickly discover, Mauritius is not a place to see. It is a place to experience

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There's no bad time to set off on your travels to Mauritius: it boasts a spectacular climate throughout the year! It is advisable to avoid visiting at the end of the year (between November and December), as the island gets very busy.
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