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Celebrated author Mark Twain once wrote "You gather the idea that Mauritius was made first and then heaven, and that heaven was copied after Mauritius."One just needs to visit the tropical paradise of Mauritius to realize how true these words are! Mauritius is indeed a fascinating island that personifies images of tropical luxury along with stupendous extravagance.

Mauritius floors visitors with its stunningly beautiful beaches, cobalt-blue sea, scenic islands, scrumptious cuisines, cascading waterfalls, awe-inspiring mountains and wonderful marine life. It is a little wonder that tour packages to this Indian Ocean Destination remain among the most sought after, and luxury holidays in Mauritius is something everyone fantasises about! The island nation is encumbered with great historic sights, and offers a range of interesting activities to engage and keep you miles apart from monotony and boredom. But perhaps the biggest charm of Mauritius holidays remains the affectionate nature of the region's welcoming people.

Climate & Best Time to VisitMauritius has a coastal tropical weather, suggesting that there are no extremes in the climatic conditions of the country. July to September is generally regarded the best time for when people can plan holidays and book tour packages as humidity and heat are lower during the period. January-April usually experiences tropical downpour, so it is best to avoid this season when it comes to enjoying luxury holiday packages in Mauritius. Sports enthusiasts who are keen on diving packages can consider their holidays between December and March as the waters are clearest. November to February is busy tourist season as Europeans land in Mauritius to get away from their cold winter.

Eating OutMauritius is a land of diverse cultures and it shows through its range of cuisines. People who love their food will be truly delighted at the prospect of relishing Indian, Chinese, European/ Mediterranean and Creole food. Seafood is a prominent part of meal here and tourists who are enjoying their luxury holidays in the island nation would surely love to give it a try on their eat-outs! Mauritius has several eating establishments in the country, in all parts of the island.

ShoppingShoppers on their luxury holidays in Mauritius will find that the country has abolished taxes on most shopping items. This means the island nation is an incredible place to try out retail therapy, with luxury goods, such as designer clothing, jewellery, perfume and electrical goods available in abundance. After procuring packages for holidays in the country, tourists can enjoy shopping at shopping centres that are located all around. The Caudan Waterfront complex in Port Louis is great place to locate designer shops.

Popular HotelsMauritius is huge in terms of tourism and the entire cavalcade of resorts and hotels in the island nation is a potent testament to the fact. Being a holiday destination that appeals to all sorts, Mauritius has a large variety of accommodation packages that cater to all types of vacationers booking packages and conducting luxury or budget holidays here. Some of the nation’s finest resorts are scattered along the country's best beaches. Most of the big luxury hotel chains like Oberoi and Le Meridien are there in Mauritius.

Tips and AdviceMauritius is a busy holiday destination and people might face issues regarding safety and crime in the region. It is best to be vigilant while on luxury holidays to the island, especially in tourist areas including Port Louis, Grand Baie and Flic en Flac. Also, avoid taking packages for hotels that aren't registered with the Ministry of Tourism. The cyclone season in Mauritius coincides with peak tourist period. For weather forecasts, consult the Mauritius Meteorological Services and/or the Severe Weather Information Centre.

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  • From - Dubai (DXB) To - London Heathrow, (LHR)
  • Depart - 10 July 2014 Return - 22 July 2014
  • Travellers - 2 Adults, 1 Child