April 13, 2012

What to Expect When You’re in Mauritius

If you’re looking for a place to go on your honeymoon, I would suggest that you look at Mauritius and see if it were one place you’d enjoy visiting. During the last couple of years, this country has grown to be one of the world’s premium holiday destinations not just for families but also for friends and honeymooners, too. Probably the splendid white sand beaches, sugarcane plantation, quaint mountains, and multi-cultural heritage attract people to Mauritius. Then again, travelers could be mystified by the topaz shoreline that you can see in this country, which consists of three islands in the Indian Ocean.

Because of the booming tourism, flights to mauritius have increased in number, too. Maybe more people have gotten wind that there are so many fun things to do in Mauritius. For instance, the waters of Mauritius are conducive to all sorts of thrilling and white-knuckle water sports. These include submarine rides, wind surfing, sea kayaking, and scuba diving. The beaches of Mauritius are also enticing for sunbathers. Since you’re there to relax and unwind, you can get an awesome holiday pampering spa treatment from most of the hotels there. They have nightclubs, bars, shopping malls, and casinos that are almost open 24/7. After all, a vacation won’t be complete without a taste of your destination’s nightlife and a glimpse of its shop offerings.

Hence, if you’re looking for a wonderful honeymoon experience, visit Mauritius. Most travel agencies offer cheap holiday packages throughout the year. You wouldn’t want to give up the prospect of enjoying a wide range of water sports, magnificent golf courses, and other inconceivable features that have landed Mauritius among the pages of top vacation destination spots. Your honeymoon would surely be a memorable one, something you and your significant other would remember for years to come.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

When we went last year for honeymoon through Yatra.com we stayed in China Town, in a place called Grocer's Inn. This place is a tourist attraction on its own with great street food and a huge market, and it's a few minutes walk from a train station that will take you anywhere you want to go! We were only in KL for a few days, but in that time visited the Petronas towers (which you have to go to very early to be allowed in to go to the top as they only allow a fixed number of people in per day), the aquarium which is in the shopping mall at the base of the towers and the Malaysian zoo which was fantastic!! I'm sure there are many more famous places to visit but we had a great time with just those, and all were easily accessible from Chinatown.
It was actually a joyful Yatra!