Mauritius holidays tips

A little island-nation in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius enjoy a tropical maritime climate, meaning it has just 2 seasons: winter and summer. Read on for some of the best things to do in Mauritius and tips and tricks: and advice to book cheap flights to Mauritius.

Popular beaches

Grand Baie, on the island north side, is a big resort center with amazing bars, accommodation, restaurants, and water sport activities to keep you entertained. The west, meanwhile, is popular for its sunsets, and best tip is Flic en Flac beach for remarkable views of the sun descending over the horizon.

Belle Mare on the east coast is house to sweet 5 star hotels and is advised for celebrity spotting, while the southern part of Mauritius charms visitors with its silent beaches and traditional fishing villages. So, why are you wasting your time buy now holiday packages to Mauritius.

Tips on getting around

About the same size as West sunset, Mauritius is top explored by hiring a vehicle so you can sightsee at your leisure. There are lots of taxis around but meters are rarely used, so a best tip is to haggle with the driver before getting into the vehicle. Beware too that some drivers will try extremely hard to sell you on a full day trip – the top advice here is to be firm but polite with your answer.

Travelling on a budget

October marks the close of winter and November the begin of the summer in Mauritius, during this time the weather is hot and sweet but there are few visitors, it is therefore a best time to visit. On the other hand, February is the warmest and wettest month with a danger of cyclones, so you should reject visiting then if you can.

Sightseeing tips

The dynamic capital city, Port Louis, is house to the National History Museum, which boasts the only full dodo Skelton in existence.

Closely, the sweet central Market is a best place to pick up souvenirs, while on the north side of the island the Black River Gorges National Park is natural expanse of thick jungle forest that is best for bird watching and hiking.

Safety advice

Although Mauritius has extremely low crime rate, petty crimes such as theft do and pick-pocketing occur. Keep a close eye your belongings and keep your valuable items and passport in the hotel safe. So book your holidays to Mauritius now.

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