Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean of the coast of Africa. It is one of the leading holiday resorts in the world. The cobalt blue sea, white sandy beaches and the sheer beauty of the island’s landscape have made it a natural destination for holiday makers.
The people of Mauritius are a mix of Indians, and Muslims whose ancestors migrated and settled in Mauritius, and local Mauritian. Three, to four languages are spoken in Mauritius, which are English, Creole Morisien, French, and Hindi. The country is quite progressive and has a very relaxed mixed culture.
If you are planning a cheap holiday in Mauritius then there are plenty of cheap holiday packages offered by tour operators. If you plan to backpack and stay at the cheapest guesthouses, and eat at street stalls then you can expect to spend twenty five to thirty Euros per day for a couple. Better accommodation would push the price up to fifty Euros per day. These are costs for a couple; single persons can expect to pay more. So Therefore, you can live cheap if you are going with a companion, and enjoy your holiday in Mauritius.
There are several beach resorts in Mauritius and you can choose the one that suits you the best from among them. In the north, there is Grand Bay offers offering a lovely beach and fun filled night on the town atmosphere. Pereybere has public beaches and nice pubs, restaurants, and places to shop. The other popular beaches in Mauritius are Belle Mare, Blue Bay, Le Morne & Tamarin and Flic on Flac. You can relax, swim, go deep sea deep-sea fishing, or dabble in a number of water sports activities in Mauritius.
When you get bored with the beaches and the sea, you can head to the towns of Mauritius. You will visit ‘Port Louis’ as that is the capital city. So Hence, that is the destination your flight will take you to your flight will take you to that destination. The night life, bars, restaurants, and the local dancing is thoroughly enjoyable, and you will get your fill of it in Port Louis.
But However, the other towns of Mauritius should not be discounted, as there is plenty to do and see in them also. there. On the east coast, you cannot miss the largest open air market, the Flacq market. If you are into water sports the lle aux Cerfs is the place to visit. It boasts the best beach in Mauritius.
On the west coast of Mauritius there are some historic locations and nature reserves. The flora and fauna of these places is truly breath taking. There are also bird parks and wild life sanctuaries on this part of the island. On the south east coast lie the not so Old Dutch ruins, a reminder of the colonial days of Mauritius.
Getting around Mauritius can be a lot of fun. Your first impression will be that all every adult male is a taxi driver. For those traveling on a budget, there is a bus network that connects all the towns and cities of Mauritius, and travelling by bus is cheaper and a lot of fun. Take the intercity buses, as local buses will stop after every few meters.
Mauritius is a relaxed, easy going place, and it’s very relaxing to spend a holiday in this jewel island. You will be welcomed wherever you go in Mauritius and its not going to cost you much.