Day 1

Arrive at Mauritius. Pick up from Airport & drop at hotel. Check-in at Hotel ( Check-in time 1500 hrs ). Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island nation, is known for its beaches, lagoons, and reefs. The mountainous interior includes Black River Gorges National Park, with rainforests, waterfalls, hiking trails, and wildlife like the flying fox. Capital Port Louis has sites such as the Champs de Mars. Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel. Full day tour to Port Louis, the Capital City, and Pamplemousses Garden, starts with a Nature walk and guided visit to Pamplemousses garden, followed by a short visit at the Saint Francois d’Assise Church. Arrival at Sugar World, a Sugar Cane Factory transformed into a modern Museum. Free rum and sugar tasting. After lunch (at the client’s cost), head to Port-Louis, the capital city, and thriving commercial center, an ideal starting point for the discovery of the island. Evening back to your hotel.

Day 3

After breakfast at the hotel. Proceed for a full-day tour of South Island. The sacred lake & Hindu temple, Grand Bassin (also named as Ganga Talao), Mangal Mahadev – The giant shiva statue. Black River Gorge. The viewpoint of Alexandra waterfalls. Chamarel village. Chamarel waterfall and seven colored earth. The Rhumerie de Chamarel. The Curious Corner of Chamarel. Back to your hotel after sightseeing. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4

Today enjoy water sports at Le Aux Cerf. Île aux Cerfs is a privately owned island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq District. The island of Ile aux Cerfs lies off Trou d’Eau Douce in the largest lagoon of Mauritius and offers 87 hectares of luxuriant vegetation and preserved white, sandy beaches. There are lots of activities at Le Aux Cerf. You can take catamaran cruises .water sports, hikes, Underwater waterfall, Horse riding on the beach. Canyoning walks, submarines & a lot more. Overnight relax at the hotel.

Day 5

Today is a free day. You can take water sports, take a sunbath on the beach, relax in your hotel. Dine on the beach.

Day 6

Day free for leisure activities.

Day 7

Depart from Mauritius.


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Full Name: Republic of Mauritius
Capital City: Port Louis
Time Zone: + 4 GMT & – 1.30 IST
Language: English, French, Mauritian Creole
Religion: Hinduism, Christianity
Currency: Mauritian Rupee
ROE: 1 USD Approximately makes 37 MUR & 1 MUR makes approximately 1.95 INR
Electricity: 220 Volts
Climate: Mauritius enjoys a mild tropical maritime climate throughout the year. The country has two seasons: a warm humid summer extending from November to April and a relatively cool dry winter from June to September. The month of October and May are commonly known as the transition months.
Shopping: Rum, Phoenix beer, Dodo Souvenirs, Colored Earth, Team Ravanne, Sugar, Mauritian Napolitaine, Jams & many more
“ISD Code: +230
Airport: Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport
Indian Restaurants :
Sitar Indian Restaurant: Bagatelle Valentina Link Rd, Vacoas-Phoenix, Mauritius
Happy Rajah Address: Route Royale B11, Grand Baie, Mauritius
Indian Summer Restaurant Address: Ebene Commercial Centre, Quatre Bornes, Mauritius
Indra Restaurant Address: Port Louis, Mauritius


An island country in the Indian Ocean, located off the eastern coast of Africa.

Mauritius is one of a small number of countries named after a person. It was named by the Dutch in honour of Prince Maurits van Nassau in the 17th century.

Mauritius is almost entirely surrounded by coral reefs. There is 177km (110mi) of coastline, much of it covered by white, sandy beaches

In 2017, Mauritius was named one of only four countries in the world that had no involvement in ongoing international or domestic conflict and no tensions with neighbouring countries. The others were Botswana, Chile and Uruguay.

Mauritius does not maintain a standing army.

Mauritius was the only known habitat of the dodo

In the 18th and early 19th centuries, Le Morne Brabant mountain was used as a refuge for escaped slaves who formed settlements in the caves on the summit.

Slavery was abolished in Mauritius in 1835

Two-thirds of the population in Mauritius is of Indo-Pakistani origin, most of whom are descendants of indentured labourers.

The is no official language in Mauritius, although English and French are the ‘national languages’. The vast majority of the population (85.6%) speak Creole, a French-based patois.

Mauritius is the only African country to have a Hindu majority

Mauritius has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Aapravasi Ghat, a complex that represents the remains of the first buildings made by indentured labourers from India, and the aforementioned Le Morne Brabant.

Mauritius is home to a spectacular underwater ‘waterfall’. From the air, it looks like a heart-stopping canyon that cracks open meters from the peninsula.


Citizens of India get visas to Mauritius on arrival at the airport. It’s free of cost. However, you must have confirmed the hotel booking.

Overseas medical insurance is advisable.

Don’t Hike Without A Guide

While you are in Mauritius you should be careful and not rely on Google maps. The simple reason is that the Google maps are not optimized for the locations of Mauritius.
Fix the fare before boarding a taxi.

Don/t ignore the safety signs on the beach.

Dress modestly while visiting temples & religious shrines.

always have to take off your shoes before going to the mosques and the Hindu temples. A must in Hindu temples: avoid wearing leather goods, because religion forbids accessories to be worn inside sacred places that are made from cows, which is a sacred animal. When visiting temples and mosques, avoid short and light clothing. Prefer especially long clothes, which cover the legs and shoulders.

A woman sunbathing without a top half on is very badly seen in Mauritius, so reserve this activity for the privacy of your private swimming pool but not on the beach.

Tipping is not customary but it is expected for good service.

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