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Monday, 28 March 2011

Booking a Holiday, Tour or Vacation in Mauritius

In my capacity as the UK Director of Operations for One World Tours Limited, I am often asked about the destinations I have been. I try to give a good opinion on those places and offer some helpful advice. Here then, are my suggestions for the site to take the top during your holiday in Mauritius.

If it is heaven that you're hoping to experience then you need to go further than Mauritius. This volcanic island located in the Indian Ocean in the middle of nowhere. With its warm climate, which rarely drops below 62 ° F at night makes it ideal for a break from the normal home-seekers and a wonderful place to spend your honeymoon.

sheer beauty of its white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters lapping gently on the shore, luscious foliage and mountains make Mauritius an extraordinary island that you must visit at least once in their lifetime. With the hottest months of the year to be January and February, the only problem that could arise is a cyclone.

tropical cyclone will bring very strong winds, high waves and a lot of rain too.

Pereybere public beach is a beautiful beach, which is not only for its clear deep clean waters, but also because of its shopping facilities, restaurants and pubs.

is located in the northern part of the island, Pereybere on the main coastal road between Grand Baie and Cap Maljeureux.

with 6 diving along the Grand Bay and Pereybere you will have the perfect opportunity to experience an astounding array of colored fish and coral reefs.

Maheswarnath is the largest Hindu temple in Mauritius and can be found in the trio, the longest village on the island. The temple was originally built in honor of Hindu gods, known as Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Krishna, Ganesha and Muruga.

Pamplemousses garden was created by former French Governor Francois Mahe de Labourdonnais. Thanks to him, decides to grow a huge variety of trees and plants, and he has created a pleasant respite for those traveling to or from Port Louis. Only a small part of the whole of the garden that he created the left, but it's still worth a look like giant lily pads are an experience in itself.

Crocodile Park is located in the valley of the old vanilla farms that can be compared with the tropical rainforest. Australian zoologist and his wife created the park with the intention of rearing crocodiles. You'll understand why they chose this place when you see the fresh water streams beautiful local flowers and tropical palms.

All the crocodiles in the park are located in protected areas and are separated by age. There are more than just the crocodiles in this park, however, the visitor will see
monkeys, deer, giant tortoises, rabbits, bats, wild boar and giant Telfair skink.

monkeys, deer, giant tortoises, rabbits, bats, wild boar and giant Telfair skink.


If you were to mix different colors of the earth together, they will eventually settle in separate layers again, incredible!

Black River Gorges area of ​​Mauritius continues islands famous natural beauty and is well known for having a bird watchers paradise for thousands of species of birds inhabit the highlands national park.

Birdlife is not all that draws adventurers in the park that also offers some amazing waterfalls and clear pools as well as for wildlife.

Black River Gorges National Park offers a beautiful view of the south coast of Mauritius.
Due to the numerous tourists during the long period of time to visit this amazing wildlife park macaque monkeys have lost their fear of people who will give another visitor experience at all and they still will pose for photos and beg for food.

There is much, much more to do and see in Mauritius is far more than they have room to write about here as Ganga Talao, which is home to the largest annual pilgrimage of Hindus outside India who have come down to the lake, some coming from as far away as South Africa, offering to Shiva. I hope to know you a little insight into what this amazing country has to offer.

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