At about 5000 km from Bombay in India, Mauritius is much nearer to Australia and Europe, it’s is a volcanic island of 47 km to 64km and it is also a democratic republic and a member of the commonwealt.
As a visitor and guest you will have the possibility to relax on the long and white sandy beaches, or if you like water sports, you will be able to surf, doing underwater diving and sailing. More, you will have the opportunity to taste fresh fruits and observe the various ways the local people: Indian, Creole, Chinese and French.
This paradise island avoids mass tourism, its export only sugar and textile. Populated by a mix of different races, Indian, Chinese, French, Creole or English origin, the locals will always have for you a gentel smile, they live in harmony even they come from so many cultures. You will find a superb selection of gourmet foods to feast on everyday.
Mauritius, is an island with different faces, it is a point in the huge Indian Ocean somewhere of Africa, Australia and the Antarctic.
If you stand on the height of Trou aux cerfs you will have a magnificent view of the whole island. You will see the sugar cane fields, the forest and the sea ,and also the coral reefs that protect the island from giant waves.
Mark Twain once wrote that we had the impression that Mauritius was created before the land and the sky.
And one Hundred years later, it keeps intact its charms, because Mauritius is an eternal Paradise island.