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Mauritius is a tropical island situated in the South West Indian Ocean approximately 2000km off the nearest point of the African coast.. Mauritius is of volcanic origin and almost entirely surrounded by coral reefs.
It has a coastline of 330kms of white sand and is surrounded by lagoons which make it an ideal place for watersports.
Clear warm water and endless white beaches: Mauritius makes this tropical dream come true!
Its large lagoons lined with fine white sand are the embodiment of paradise to those who want to enjoy the sea or just up soak the sun. All around the island, large strips of public beaches offer unbeatable relaxing possibilities during the week and great opportunities to mix with the local population at the weekends.
Explore the Island and discover the extinct volcanoes, mountains, waterfalls and luxuriant vegetation.
There are also numerous activities that will complement your holiday. The warm crystal clear waters of the lagoons and white sandy beaches are ideal for any water sport activities; sailing, diving, snorkelling, ski, etc. and can be practiced in the best conditions all year round. Last but not least, nightlife is catered for by a number of restaurants, bars, cinemas and nightclubs.
Mauritius is an emblematic island, with a unique blend of cultures and peoples from Europe, Asia and Africa. A witty traveller once remarked: “The common link between Mauritians is that they just don’t seem to have one”. This view is only partly true as visitors to Mauritius sometimes feel they are in India, China or Europe, and sometimes in Africa…
Mauritius will make you feel that you belong to the chosen few.
The contrast of a multitude of colours and tastes, the island, set in its turquoise sea, is an oasis of peace and tranquility.
Mauritius, a melting pot where past and present are smoothly blended together, offers an essential beauty that will compel to return to its shores time and time again.