Mauritius as the perfect family holiday destination
Mauritius is an East African country. Port Luis is famous for its Sega dancing. Mauritius is famously known for shopping at local markets and has earned a good reputation for spending a day at the cruise. Mauritius is the hotspot of biking, ziplining and kite surfing. Mauritius is off the coast of Africa with a coastline offering activities and experiences.
Grand Bassin is a must do and the best way to explore is by bike. The island is replete with sugar, pineapple, coffee and plantain plantations. The colored earth at the Seven Colored Earths is the island’s most famous geological wonders and waterfalls along the coast road. Pamplemousses Botanical Garden is a must do for the giant water lilies that are native to the Amazon River. The Victoria Amazonica is named after Queen Victoria is the main highlight.
Ile Aux Cerf is a highly recommended location for snorkeling. The coral reef is replete with marine life over 4km. Ile Aux Cerf is a hotspot for parasailing, kite surfing, deep sea fishing, sea kayaking, windsurfing, water skiing and scuba diving.
La Valle des Couleurs Nature Park has ziplining activity which is the third longest in the world at 1.5 km. The 350-metre Nepalese bridge is a must do with a 20-metre drop on a harness.
La Vanille Nature Park is a haven for crocodiles and tortoises.
Bois Cheri Tea Plantation offers a tea route that starts at the Le Domaine de Aubineaux which is a formerly French colonial home. It is nestled in a hamlet overlooking a tea plantation. A wide variety of herbal teas can be sampled here.
Rhumerie de Chamarel is a rum distillery with a guide taking you through the tasting sessions of the finest rum.
Mauritius is a hub of Creole cuisine as a heritage of this island nation.
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