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Seven Reasons to Make Mauritius Top of Your Travel To-Do List in 2019 by Paulina Twarog

by Love Wrexham Magazine
Mauritius beach

Mauritius is hot for 2019, so if you’re looking to try a new destination, we highly recommend this luxurious island. Located in the Indian ocean, Mauritius may be a long-haul flight, but when you step off that plane, you’ll be on your own little paradise island with a variety of things to see and do.

Whether you’re looking for sun, sea and spa getaways or an action-packed holiday that’s fun for all the family. Mauritius really has it all. Still not convinced? Then here are seven reasons to visit Mauritius in 2019…

More Than Just a Beach Holiday

Unlike other luxury islands such as the Maldives or Seychelles which are very much about sun, sea and sand. Mauritius offers so much more than that. More than just a beach holiday, you can take part in a variety of water sports and land activities. These will surely will get you off the sun lounger and exploring everything the destination has to offer.

The best part is, most resorts include many of these activities for free. Try your hand at jet skiing or scuba diving or play a spot of golf at one of the islands many golf courses. Head out on a boat tour or spend the afternoon snorkelling in the bay, the list is endless!

Mauritius surfer

The Perfect Weather

Those who like to holiday in the Caribbean, but want to try something a little different this year should opt for Mauritius. As they have opposite seasons, Mauritius offers a lovely hot climate while the Caribbean is experiencing their hurricane season, so this is a great alternative.

The Weather remains deliciously warm all year round. With their hottest months being between January and April where temperatures tend to sit in the low thirties. May to August is a little cooler with temperatures averaging around 25 degrees which can be a lot nicer for families with children.

Discover Marine Life

Mauritius diving

Located in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is home to an array of marine life. As well as many different species of tropical fish. It is known for its sea turtles that nest on the island between November and March. You’ll have the opportunity to go on a sea turtle spotting trip where you can witness the sea turtles being fed, and you can even choose to go swimming with them.

Great Value for Money

Believe it or not, Mauritius is great value for money. It’s cheaper than visiting somewhere like the Caribbean and it’s just as, if not more luxurious. When you choose one of the all-inclusive resorts, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to food, drink and activities which often makes it much better value for money than a family trip to Europe!

Your Overseas Wedding…for FreeMauritius wedding

If you are considering tying the knot abroad, you can find excellent value for money when planning your wedding in Mauritius. A lot of the hotels will offer a free wedding package on the basis that a certain number of guests will be staying at the hotel.

Not only will you save pennies on the wedding without compromising on a dream location, but you’ll already be in the perfect romantic setting for your honeymoon. The staff do a fantastic job at making you feel extra special, and the beachfront honeymoon suites on offer at the resorts will make you feel like you’re on your very own paradise island.

Deliciously Exotic Food and Drink

Mauritius food

Mauritian cuisine is a delicious fusion of Chinese, Indian and European. If you like spices and a variety of flavours, you’ll certainly enjoy trying everything Mauritius has to offer. If you aren’t a fan of this style of cuisine, you don’t have to worry. Many of the resorts in Mauritius offer an endless choice of dining options from a variety of countries. French cuisine has also become increasingly popular on the island over the years.

In addition, you’ll be able to try some authentic Mauritian rum during your stay and learn a bit more about the history of the drink. You will even be able to visit some of the sugarcane fields from which the drink is distilled.

Friendly LocalsMauritius chef

Mauritius is a paradise island, and the locals are incredibly friendly and welcoming. You can expect exceptional service within the resorts and if you’re out exploring the island, you won’t be short of friendly advice.

It is an incredibly laid-back island, with a rich and diverse culture. The locals are more than happy to speak to tourists, suggest things to do and even show you around. There are so many different festivals held throughout the year and these are a great way to immerse yourself in the rainbow of Mauritian culture. Some of these include Festival Creole, Divali, Chinese New Year and Cavadee.

For full details and to enquire about this destination, visit Paulina’s website.

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