Beaches: With its picturesque beaches, clear blue waters, and swaying palm trees, Mauritius is the ideal place to unwind and relax. Grand Baie, Blue Bay, Ile aux Cerfs, and Flic en Flac are some of the most popular beaches.
Water Sports: Mauritius is known for its excellent water sports opportunities. Visitors can enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing, among other activities.
Nature Reserves: The island is home to several nature reserves like Black River Gorges National Park, La Vanille Nature Park, and Domaine de l’Etoile, where visitors can see stunning wildlife and explore the lush greenery.
Historical Landmarks: The history of Mauritius goes back to the Dutch and French colonial times, and there are many historical buildings and landmarks to explore, such as Aapravasi Ghat, Fort Adelaide, and Le Morne Cultural Landscape.
Local cuisine: Mauritius offers a range of special dishes that show the African, Indian, French, and Chinese influences on the island’s cuisine. Visitors can try seafood, curries, dholl puri, samosas, and sweet treats like gateau piment, gateau coco, and alouda.
Boating: Enjoying a boat ride, or even a yacht ride, around the island is delightful and provides breathtaking sights.