Mauritius Honeymoon

 Mauritius Honeymoon

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Mauritius

Mauritius’ marvellous blend of cultures – its diverse, welcoming people, varied cuisine and Hindu temples – is evident the moment you arrive onto the island, not to mention its sandy white beaches and lush landscapes.
Rightly called as the Paradise Island, the gorgeous side of Mauritius unveils with powdery white sands on ethereal beaches. The unbelievably romantic places to visit in Mauritius make it the go-to destination for newlyweds. From enjoying your sweet private time to exploring the adventures together, things to do in Mauritius and places to visit there, has a ton of both.

BEST TIME TO VISIT

MAY TO DECEMBER

The month of May marks the beginning of winter in Mauritius. These months are considered as the best time to visit Mauritius as the weather is mild and pleasant. During winters the maximum temperature on the island is 24 degrees Celsius and the minimum temperature drops down to 18 degrees Celsius. Winters are the best time to explore Mauritius, its beaches, nearby islands, wildlife and is also a great season for water sport enthusiasts, especially surfers.

JANUARY TO APRIL

January marks the onset of summers in Mauritius and the crowd begins to reduce. The maximum temperature during summer goes up to 33 degrees Celsius and the minimum stays at 25 degrees Celsius. Summers in Mauritius are a great time to explore the island and its beaches and other attractions minus the tourist crowd.

BEACHES – Typical Sweetness

Mauritius honeymoon is incomplete without a mid-night candle-light date on one of the endless white beaches or a blissful time soaking up the sun with your partner. Island’s finest beaches like Grand Bay, Pereybere, Belle Mare, and Blue Bay give you all the excuse to cuddle with your partner on the cool sand. Naughty adventure on your mind? Try holding her through a parasailing session or taking her on a fun-filled ski ride.

CHARMEL VILLAGE: Home to the Seven Colored Earth

The little village of Chamarel in South Mauritius is one of the most famous Mauritius attractions. This village is famous for its colored surfaces (result of some geological locchaa) with a mix of purples, yellows, oranges, and reds. The uneven volcanic surface is also home to the highest waterfall in Mauritius. These natural beauties are usually visited as part of a combined trip popularly known as the visit to “Seven Colored Earth”. Keep this on the top of your list of “Places to visit in Mauritius” during your Mauritius honeymoon.

ILE AUX CERFS : Treasure Island

A Mauritius attraction you just cannot afford to miss during your Mauritius honeymoon is the Ile aux Cerfs, an island located off the East coast. Popularly known as the Treasure Island, this picturesque getaway is famous for its spectacular white sandy beaches, palm trees and turquoise blue water. You can relax on the beach, prepare a barbeque with your partner, and go parasailing. With array of restaurants on the island such as the Chez Tino offering the view of the harbor from its terrace, you can as well indulge in some sinful exotic flavors over a romantic meal.

PAMPLEMOUSSES BOTANICAL GARDEN – A Scenic Treat

The southern hemisphere of the island houses one of the oldest of its kind botanical garden. The lush landscape is certainly one of the best places to visit in Mauritius. Explore the variations in species with more than 85 varieties of palm trees and other flora. Apart from the greenery, the fish ponds laid beautifully inside are worth visiting on your Mauritius honeymoon.

GRAND BASSIN – It’s a Lake Thing

High up in the mountains, almost 1800 feet above sea level, lies a breathtaking lake. The Grand basin is also considered as a sacred lake as per Hindu beliefs. This interesting legend must make a part of your places to visit in Mauritius as it is believed that the waters inside the crater communicates with the waters of holy Ganges of India. Indian connection, yahan bhi?!

SKY DIVE – EXPERIENCE THE THRILL

If you and your partner are heading to Mauritius during summers and enjoy extreme sports then Skydiving has to be one of the things to do in Mauritius. Head to the north east side of the island to experience the spectacular aerial view with approximately 10,000 sq ft skydive. The 360º view of Mauritius will leave you with an unforgettable experience for a lifetime! Not much can be said about this one, it’s the experience that will count!

RELISH MAURITIUS SPAS

You simply can’t run short of things to do in Mauritius, and relishing a spa treatment definitely tops the chart. The Spa at Four Season Resort Mauritius at Anahita is one place where you will find a mix of Indian, African, Chinese and European therapeutic spas. You and your partner would love to be buffed with their signature Mauritian fusion spas and massage. It’s a two – three hour soothing experience that’ll get you started for the forthcoming nights on your Mauritius honeymoon!

Bali (Indonesia)

7 Days / 6 Nights

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Langkawi

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Hong Kong

5 Days/4 Nights

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Singapore

05 Days/04 Nights

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