Singapore and Malaysia Tour Package 7 Nights / 8 Days
Mauritius will enchant you, will uplift your soul, making you feel that you belong to the chosen few. Every visitor enjoys personal attention. Every encounter is an opportunity to discover a friendly face. Behind each smile lies the promise of a unique holiday. The contrast of a multitude of colours and tastes, the island, set in its turquoise sea, is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. 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. May your stay with us remain engraved in your memory forever.
|Area||2,040 sq kms|
|Languages spoken||English, Creole, French, Hindi, Chinese, Bhojpuri, and Urdu|
|Currency||Mauritian Rupee (MUR) 1 = INR 1.90|
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Sports and natureSports and recreation There is a very active sporting culture in Mauritius. Football (soccer), introduced by the British, claims the greatest number of participants and fans. At the highest level there is a national team that competes in the African Cup of Nations tournament. Locally, fans follow the teams in a football league that has been around for decades. The small Franco-Mauritian community avidly supports a highly organized and rather ritualized season of deer hunting. Mauritians from all communities make winter horse racing one of the most popular and highly attended sporting activities of the year. Individual Mauritians have competed at the highest international levels in both bridge and backgammon.
Nightlife on the island is getting more hip with the introduction of the beach party concept at the C Beach Club in the South featuring monthly Sunday Brunches with international DJs spinning the decks and Le Touessrok's Full Moon party on Ile aux Cerfs on the east coast. Sophisticated recent openings have included Bombara nightclub at Long Beach on the east coast, La Vida restaurant, bar and lounge at Flic en Flac and OMG, the latest club to open in Grand Baie.
Culture and historyMauritian culture is based on the diversity of the population, that’s why there is no “official religion” in Mauritius. Hindus, Tamils, Muslims, Christians, Buddhists and others from all over the globe live in harmony and respect the free practice of all religions in Mauritius. The ancestral melting-pot that is Mauritian culture allows different faith communities to cohabit in mutual respect. Mauritius is an island of temples, churches and mosques.
Unfortunately there are no self-catering offers at this location at the moment.