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Mauritius tourism holiday Guide - Journey world

2018-03-09 14:24:00

The climate of Mauritius is warm all year round, the average temperature is 25 degrees Celsius, and Mauritius visa on arrival, visa fees are free, convenient. At the Chinese border inspection, you only need to show the ticket itinerary from Hong Kong to Mauritius to go out of the customs, without Hong Kong endorsement. If you can, honeymoon travel can choose here, experience a different style.

Tourist attractions and activities in Mauritius



Mauritius is an island country in eastern Africa, located in the southwest of the Indian Ocean, about 800 km from Madagascar and 2,200 km from the African mainland. As a volcanic island nation, Mauritius is surrounded by coral reefs, the island landscape is varied, the coast is narrow, the central plateau mountain, a number of mountains and isolated peaks, the scenery is quite spectacular. The entire territory consists of the island of Mauritius and other small islands, after the colonial rule of the Netherlands, France and the United Kingdom, and gained independence from the British colonial rule on March 12, 1968, and there are many descendants of Hakka immigrants on the island. Mauritius was once the only place in the world where the dodo bird lived, but it became extinct at the end of the 17th century. Among African countries, only Mauritius, Libya and Seychelles were rated "high" on the HDI.


1. Golf: Le Paradis Hotel and Belle Mare Plage Hotel Shandrani Hotel and St.Geran Hotel



2. Entertainment Casino Some Wine The casino offers a variety of gaming options, including Le Paradis, La Pirogue, St.Geran, Belle Mare Plage and Berjaya. Casinos are also found in the cities of Curepipe, Domaine Les Pailles and Port Louis.



3. Horse racing is the Mauritius horse season from May to November each year, and 'racing' is held in late August or early September; Le Champ de Mars, the second oldest horse farm in the world, is located in Port Louis.


4. Water activities Mauritius has a wide range of water activities and facilities. Water skiing, sailing, snorkeling and other facilities are provided free of charge in most of the wines, as well as free teaching for beginners, while deep-sea fishing and diving are only available for a reasonable fee.



5. Deep-sea fishing Mauritius is a paradise for deep-sea fishing, and many large fish swim around the island from November to April and May to hunt in water depths of 70 meters, about 1 mile away. Guests can rent fishing boats at the hotel, all boats are equipped with fishing gear and facilities, and have advanced communication equipment to keep close to the shore and other fishing boats. Some fishing clubs also have restaurants, swimming pools, discos and billiards for anglers to use.


6. Undersea Walk Passengers who do not know how to swim can contact the hotel travel agency to arrange or go to Grand Baie District to try the undersea walk, also can enjoy the beautiful undersea scenery.


7. Diving Diving is an indispensable part of the wine activities, each wine and provide diving training courses; Eye-catching corals and more than 1,000 species of fish can be seen on the seabed of Mauritius at a depth of 25 meters. But beware of bottom fishing, collecting shells, corals and fish is prohibited. Mauritius local cuisine: Due to the ethnic mix and cultural diversity, the diet of Mauritius is also influenced by Creole, Chinese, European and Indian cuisine, so there is often a mix of different regional dishes in a meal. Indian cuisine, in particular, has had the greatest influence on the Mauritius food culture, with curries, spices and a paella called Briyani being introduced into the Mauritius diet. Mauritius was once under French rule, so French cuisine is also popular, but influenced by Indian and African cuisine, this "variant" of French cuisine is flavored with chili and spices. Most of the agricultural land in Mauritius is devoted to the cultivation of sugar cane, which in addition to cane sugar is also used to make rum (also known as "冧 wine" or "rum"). Sugar cane was first introduced to Mauritius by the Dutch in 1638, mainly for the manufacture of "Arrack". It was not until 1850 that the French Pierre Charles Franç ois Harel was the first to advocate the establishment of rum wine in Mauritius.

Mauritius travel precautions

The rent generally includes an extensive buffet in the morning and evening, and the quality of the meals is comparable to international standards.


Most of the land and water activities in the hotel are free, including water skiing, sailing, water cycling, golf, tennis, etc. Activities such as deep-sea fishing, diving and horse riding are available for an extra fee.


Hotels are more numerous but more expensive. There is a 10% surcharge on the bill (no tip if there is a service charge on the bill), and visitors can choose a beach hotel if they stay for more than a day or two.