Mauritius, an island nation, is formed from a set of islands aggregated together in the Indian Ocean. As evident from its geographical location, it is rich in oceanic landscape such as beaches, lagoons and reefs. The country has a mountainous interior with various natural attractions such as the Black River Gorges National Park packed with rain forests, waterfalls, hiking trails and unique wildlife like the flying fox.


The warm and hospitable natives of East and North-East India is known for its love for food, nature, and guests. The region is characterized by its diverse yet interconnected languages, customs, beliefs, andtraditions intertwined into a solid cultural mix. 


East India is celebrated all over the world forits rich traditional legacy, myriad tribes, and religious fervor. When in East India,get ready to hop on the experiences of your lifetime – witnessing the indigenousarts and crafts of the tribals, bamboo and cane marvels, miniature art,grounded lifestyle, architectural marvels, religious fairs, and festivals, andmore!

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Top Things to do in Mauritius

As its location suggests on the outside Mauritius is blessed with one of its kind landscape that has generous contributions from the ocean in building it. As you venture inside, Mauritius has loads to offer in terms of bio diversity and variety of eco systems. There are mountains, rain forests, forest reserves and the opportunity to spot indigenous wildlife in its natural habitat. Mauritius also has plenty of options to offer in terms of luxury and privileged resorts with its hospitality industry being well established and having the depth to cater to wealthy tourists.

Feast on some mouth-watering delicacies

Mauritius was initially a French reserve before being taken over by the British, and its import of slaves to work in the plantations also resulted in an interesting amalgamation of culinary ideas from all over the world to create an interesting palate of dishes. Curries, deserts, seafood preparations, you name it and it’s there on the spread. Dont be surprised if you end up finding momos as well as biriyani too.

Visit these Places of Religious & Cultural Value

Owing to its mixed diversity in population, Mauritius is home to many religions and cultures. The Jummah Masjid Mosque built in the middle of the 1800’s is spread across a sprawling area and lies in the heart of Port Louis, on Queen Street. The Kwan Tee Pagoda and the Ganga Talao Sacred Lake are Japanese and Hindu shrines respectively. The Chapel of Cap Malheureux & Kaylasson Temple are also interesting religious shrines to visit.

Visit these Places for Adventure and Fun

 The capital city of Mauritius, Port Louis has many interesting sites for adventure such as the Champs de Mars horse track, Eureka plantation house and an 18th-century Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens. Mauritius is literally a paradise for water sports lovers and all kinds of from water sport from skiing to scuba-diving, kite-surfing to sea-karting is on offer.

Visit these Places for A Romantic Getaway

Situated on the western coast, Flic-en- Flac is an isolated desolate beach. It is projected to be one of the most romantic beaches of the island owing to its secluded location offering romantic couples privacy in the lap of nature. It is the only spot where you will view perfect sunsets in the company of your loved one.

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