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MAURITIUS EXPLORE
» 30 Oct 2012
FLACQ
SO MUCH TO OFFER Located in the eastern part of the island, Flacq is the largest district in the country with an area of 298 square kilometres. Largest district also suggests a lot of things to do.
» 27 Sep 2012
MOKA, HISTORY FILLED PLACES
Moka is a district found on the higher plateau of Mauritius. As its name suggests,Moka was derived from ‘mocha’ coffee, which was introduced to Mauritius by the French who also cultivated it during their first colonial years on the island. The cultivation of coffee in Moka was abandoned in the first half of the 19th century
» 31 Jul 2012
THE HIDDEN JEWEL OF THE NORTH!
After Albion, our explore team is in the mood of exploring the less popular destinations which have hardly been changed throughout the years but which still boast amazing landscapes and natural beauty
» 29 May 2012
THE OLD AND NEW DUTCH TRAILS
400 years ago, the first Dutchman set foot on this island and named it after Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Although the Dutch killed the dodo, they brought the Java deer, sugar cane and many fruit trees like banana, coconut and pineapple to the island
» 29 Mar 2012
SURF’S UP!
Over the past couple of years, Mauritius has grown to become a popular destination forwindsurfers, kitesurfers and surfers from all over the world, because of the turquoise lagoons, shallow water, white beaches and plenty of space for everyone to enjoy the waves
» 31 Jan 2012
TAMARIN FALLS
Tamarind Falls also commonly known as the 7 cascades or Tamarin falls, can be found near the small village of Henrietta, in the South West of Mauritius.
» 01 Dec 2011
QUIKSILVER IS BACK!
Quiksilver ofers great merchandise, including clothing and gear for surfing, skiing, and skateboarding and has several stores throughout the island.
» 01 Nov 2011
FLIC EN FLAC
Flic en Flac derived its name from an Old Dutch phrase "Fried Landt Flaak" (meaning ‘Free and Flat Land’).
» 29 Sep 2011
CHINA TOWN
China Town remains one of the most authentic places in Mauritius, full of history and mystery.
» 01 Sep 2011
BLUE BAY
Not far from the airport and the popular fishing village of Mahebourg, Blue Bay is a key area for people in search of relaxation and serenity.
» 01 Aug 2011
YEMAYA ADVENTURES
To all these green tourists out there, this page is made for you!
» 01 Jul 2011
ILE AUX AIGRETTES
Nestled in the Mahebourg Bay, at about 800 meters off the south east coast, Ile aux Aigrettes stands like a small island paradise off the coast of Mauritius.
» 01 Jun 2011
GRAND BAY
On a Mauritian scale, one of the most appealing tourist destinations is Grand Bay. Situated along the northern coast line which recedes to give way to a majestic bay..
» 01 May 2011
SEGA
As far back as 1768, tales of an entrancing dance composed of undulating bodies and a beat infused with passion and speed were counted by the travellers coming to Mauritius. The dance was special and inspiring to artists such as Rousselin who tried to capture it through paintings. Indeed the sega was born.
» 01 Apr 2011
AAPRAVASI GHAT WORLD HERITAGE SITE
The Aapravasi Ghat World Heritage site is an important symbol for Mauritians as the ancestors of more than 70% of the population arrived on the island through this immigration.
» 28 Feb 2011
MAURITIUS - THE JOURNEY TO INDEPENDENCE
This month we have decided to explore the Mauritius history lane, a theme inspired by our Independence day (March 12th).
» 01 Feb 2011
SOUTH TRAIL
Every month, we go out in search of natural attractions and highlights to bring to our readers so that they may enjoy some of the most beautiful parts of the island.
» 01 Dec 2010
CHAMAREL TRAIL
From La Marie, a scenic road leads up to The Chamarel Trail.
» 01 Nov 2010
BALACLAVA RUINS IN MAURITIUS
Explore the Balaclava Ruins in Mauritius and Experience its Mystery
» 01 Oct 2010
TAMARIN - A HIDDEN JEWEL IN THE MAURITIUS CROWN
Situated on the western coast of Mauritius, the town of Tamarin is considered one of our hidden jewels.
» 01 Sep 2010
FLACQ
Located in the eastern part of the island, Flacq is the largest district in the country with an area of 298 square kilometres.
» 01 Aug 2010
EXPLORE QUATRE BORNES
While you will encounter a number of cultures during your stay in Mauritius, it is safe to say that Quatre Bornes has the energy and the charm of the French. In fact, the city name "Quatre Bornes" is French and translates roughly to "four boundary stones."
» 01 Jul 2010
DISCOVER MAHEBOURG
Mahebourg is a delightful blend of the old and new, with some buildings originating back to the 1800’s interspersed with modern island architecture. This historic port city was once the capital of Mauritius and is an excellent home base for your island vacation.
» 03 May 2010
BLACK RIVER GORGES NATIONAL PARK
One of the most beautiful, awe-inspiring natural spots in Mauritius is the Black River Gorges National Park...
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