Honeymoon haven and ‘royal magnet’ though Mauritius is Hello! Online expounds how ‘there is so much more to this Indian Ocean island nation than sunbathing!’
Beaches help people ‘connect with nature and also offer various adventure activities for that adrenalin rush’. What’s not to like?
Before embarking on a trip of a lifetime to Mauritius, it’s worth getting to know this beautiful Indian Ocean island. Read on for your fill of facts.
We stumbled on a lovely account of a week-long trip taking in the charms of both Mauritius and its neighbouring Reunion, here, by Verena Vogt, on Perth Now.
This piece over on Femina advises how to enjoy Mauritius on a budget – and they all sound fab. Find out more and book your trip today.
Want to find ‘a new hidden location to get off the radar with friends?’ If so, Pulse.ng thinks you can’t do better than Mauritius – paradise on earth.
There’s never been a better time to visit Mauritius but have you considered a twin break with Reunion as well?
The unspoiled island of Rodrigues could be the Indian Ocean’s best kept secret and a huge part of its attraction is that it is so well preserved.
Among the many destinations you can visit from Mauritius, the tiny island of Reunion, 1,300 miles off the east coast of Africa but just half an hour away from Mauritius, is an absolute must.
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”.