Mauritius It is situated approximately 2000 kilometres to the south east coast of Africa and lies east of Madagascar .The island of Mauritius has an area of some 1865 square kilometres with 330 kilometres of coastline, mainly of white fine sandy beaches
If you seek long golden beaches, fresh seafood, warm waters and a whole host of in-house resort facilities, then a Mauritius honeymoon is the ideal choice for you.
Boasting a multitude of private, secluded beach resorts and an abundance of five star facilities, a Mauritius honeymoon will be anything but boring. From water sports and inland activities to health and beauty spa treatments, your every want can be catered for. Regular excursions and romantic dinner cruises are a must for any couple to enjoy the full experience, with cocktail bars and live music also widely available in the evenings.
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The more commercialised area of Grand Bay offers visitors shopping and leisure facilities as well as a large range of restaurants, bars and discos. Also boasting a recently renovated beach which is ideal for sailing and water sports, Grand Bay is an ideal base for couples looking to relax on the sands. For an interesting day out and to sample some of the local culture, take a trip to Flacq Market in the east, where locals meet to buy and sell in the island’s largest, open air market. The lake of Grand Bassin, which lies in the crater of an extinct volcano, and the Black River Gorges national park are both worth a visit if you can organise transport.
In the central part of the island, 600 metres above sea level, the average maximum day-time temperatures varies from 20 degrees C in August, to 26 degrees C in February. Along the coastal areas, where most of the holiday resorts are situated, the temperatures are generally 3 to 5 degrees higher.