According to CNN Travel, Mauritius is one of the world’s most overlooked islands. It admits islands are hardly a “hard sell” but some “get a little more love than others”.
Femina describes Mauritius as “a little slice of paradise” in a recent article, but what should you do when you get here with so many possibilities?
Famous US newspaper, The New York Times, recently visited Mauritius writing a piece entitled ‘In Mauritius, Secluded Beaches, Verdant Hills and Harmony’. And we’re happy to report they were very impressed.
What I love most about this place is you’ll never run out of things to do – from exploring the city to spending the day at the beach.
“What excites me most about Mauritius, apart from its beaches, is its cultural diversity, and this manifests in great street food.”
The Yorkshire Post describes Mauritius as “a special, unspoilt dream of a holiday island” in a recent article. Find out why.
The Statesman sums up Mauritius as ‘the holy trinity of sun, sand and surf’ but also pointed out there’s a lot more magic to the island as a whole.
Newcomers to Mauritius often start their journey to our tropical island by asking ‘Where is Mauritius on the World Map?’. Find out here.
A new article in Travel Weekly called ‘Pause vs Play’ discovers that Mauritius can be as exciting a destination as it is relaxing.
International bestselling magazine, HELLO!, features Mauritius in one its recent articles ‘The top 3 tropical destinations you’ll want to visit in 2017’.