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What Makes Mauritius A Romantic Place?

June 3, 2014 |

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Spending time together for a honeymoon vacation will leave a very good memory for the couple. If you would like to enjoy a memorable trip, choosing the one of the most romantic places in the world is probably your best choice. Whether it’s Santorini, Greece or the most famous Paris, France, honeymoon should be the time you will always remember forever. There is also a reason why Mauritius is considered as couples’ favorite travel destination.

So, what actually makes Mauritius a romantic place for a honeymoon couple?

As what most travelers said, May is the best month to visit the island of Mauritius simply because of its weather during that time. In the month of May, Mauritius experiences a cooler, less humid weather in the summer and you can still enjoy soaking up the rays. Besides, if you’re traveling in May, you will get a cheaper price of almost everything there. The famous The Sands is an ideal accommodation for honeymoon couples because it is located at a very quiet and peaceful area. (image by Sun Resorts)

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A Tropical Fantasy

Located in the southern of Indian Ocean, Mauritius is blessed with endless beaches, trade winds, brilliant sunshine and natural beauty. You can enjoy the tranquility of sitting under the swaying palm trees as you try to get that tan. Mauritius is definitely a tropical island fantasy for everyone visiting it. Famously known for its underwater scenery, Pointe aux Piments is located in the northern coastline and definitely a fantastic selection. Choisy is also one of the most popular tourist’s spots on the island which offer the travelers the chance to enjoy the water sports.

Cultural Fusion

The island has assimilated visitors from the East Indies, Madagascar, the Far East, Indonesia, England, France and Netherlands. And today, it has become the model of tolerance and diversity. Because of this, you can expect to experience Mauritian cooking traditions of different cultures. The eclectic mix of Creole, Indian, Chinese and Muslim food will give you all of the pleasure in the world of cuisine.

Display of Nature

Another reason why Mauritius is a perfect getaway is because of its dozen of botanical gardens and nature reserves. You can find them easily from the city center all the way to the Black River Gorge. Southern Hemisphere’s oldest botanical garden is the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden which is well-known for its 85 varieties of giant water lilies, palm trees and other species of plant.

World-class Fishing Experience

Mauritius has one of the best offshore sport fishing destinations in the world where you can easily find a variety of tuna and sharks. As a matter of fact, the island becomes the host of the annual Marlin World Cup.

Demonstrations of Dance

The traditional Creole dance, the Se’ga, is held on an occasional basis around the island. It is part orchestrated group dance and part opera. The female dancers will wear colorful ruffled skirts and the performance of the dance builds slowly in tempo before it invites the following audience to get involved in the demonstration.(image by ricardo lafrance)

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Mauritius is definitely a good choice for honeymoon couples who are looking for a perfect place for a romantic vacation. The island is pretty much isolated from the hustle and bustle of major cities and you will be able to spend quality time with your partner without constant interference.


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