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Flights to Mauritius

It would be easy to love Mauritius simply for its paradise-like beaches and waters – but there’s much more to discover.
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Mark Twain certainly had it right more than a century ago when he suggested: “You gather the idea that Mauritius was made first and then heaven was copied after.”

Sure, from the buzzing Grand Baie in the north – a haven for water sports fans and adrenaline junkies in search of the local skydiving landing spot – to the relaxing tree-lined strip at St Félix in the south, it’s one of the best beach holidays in the world.

But what else? For starters, you should explore. The coastal road that runs from Tamarin to Souillac offers a snapshot of the whole island – coral reefs, lagoons, viewpoints and nature reserves line the route. As do affordable hotels and restaurants that allow you to take the journey at a pace that you desire.

Away from the coastline, what parts of the inland that aren’t already national parks, lakes or vast expanses of nature, are in fact little pockets of culture. The shopping towns of Curepipe (big indoor city shops) and Quatre Bornes (hectic market stalls) are excellent for day trips.

Near the capital city of Port Louis, one of the most popular things to do is visit the near-300-year-old Pamplemousses Botanical Garden (or Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden); a sprawling hive of exotic flora. To really get back to nature, though, head for Black River Gorges, home to Alexandra Falls and exotic animals, but bring a sturdy pair of walking boots because this park is enormous.

For some manmade wonder, you’ll find churches, mosques and other religious iconography scattered throughout. Then again, you could just relax on some of the planet’s most beautiful beaches.
 

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Is there paradise on Earth? As your flight to Mauritius touches down, you’ll soon realise it’s impossible to argue against it. Boasting stunning tropical beaches, exquisite hotels and a vibe that relaxes the body and soul, it's truly an island escape.
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