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If you have ever dreamed of taking a trip to paradise, that’s where you will find yourself the moment you step off the plane when you travel to Mauritius. Platinum-white sands, stunning coral reefs, tranquil lagoons, magnificent waterfalls, spectacular rainforests, volcanic landscapes, exotic flora and fauna – whether you are looking for luxury Mauritius holiday packages or special Mauritius deals, this is what you see when you arrive.
Maybe there are no cheap holidays to Mauritius as such, but there are ways to save and take advantage of a variety of discounts in order to make that dream holiday or romantic honeymoon more affordable. Browse the Mauritius holiday deals to find the best way to make your family beach holiday unforgettable. When choosing your Mauritius tour package, keep it in mind that due to the tropical climate the weather may seem warm and blissful all year round. However, the best time to visit Mauritius is from May to December. From January to March, the wet cyclone season lasts, and the east coast is embraced by strong winds in July and August.
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Boasting the world’s third largest coral reef, as well as a variety of diving and sailing schools, Mauritius lures fans of nautical and scuba activities alike. Explore the beauty of the clear waters and pristine beaches through diving, snorkelling, pedal boats and glass-bottom boats, kayaking, windsurfing, boat tours to the surrounding exotic islands and more.
Black River Gorges National Park
Highly recommended by any Mauritius travel guide for its waterfalls and some of the island's best views, as well as intriguing hiking trails, endemic plants and wildlife, Black River Gorges National Park is a must for nature fans.
Pamplemousses Botanical Garden
One of the world's best and oldest botanical gardens is most popular for its large Victoria amazonica water lilies, the amazing variety of shapes and forms of palm trees, as well as the fact that most of the trees in the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden have been planted by famous people.