Based in the Indian Ocean, the equatorial island of Mauritius is a familiar beach holiday destination. With palm-bordered beaches, crystal blue waters, comic mountains and elegant resort hotels, Mauritius is ideal for honeymooners, for progeny with infant to teens, or in fact for anyone looking for an easy and reclaiming beach escape. The island is almost utterly enclosed by coral reefs, providing shady beaches and calm lagoon waters in which to enjoy a huge cluster of water sports directly from the hotel. scuba diving can often take place straight from the beach and diving is also good, with a range of dive sites to unturned around the island. Most hotels have their own licensed dive centre. Offshore, holidays to Mauritius can also bid some of the best big-game including fishing. Blue and Black marlin, Yellow-fin and Skipjack tuna feed in the clear, deep waters only a mile from land, in autumn. Mauritius, confined in the dazzling waters of the Indian Ocean, is well known for its ample water sports. A large number of luxury Mauritius hotels offer their customers laudatory water sport aptitudes. There are various activities designed to all the families on luxury holiday. The marine life is exceptionally attractive. Guests can enjoy the endless hoards of colorful marine life in the impressive calm clear waters of exciting azure-hued lagoons at recreation.
Deep sea fishing can be lined up with an extended variety of stripes to catch. Evening ramble on the imposing beaches can be entertained by the guests as well as the eye catching sunsets, local bars, restaurants and colorful nightlife on offer. All these are included in 5* all inclusive holidays. A large number of Airlines fly to Mauritius from various parts of the globe.
Although the flying schedule is around twelve hours – the lengthy flight is worth it when one gets to his stunning destination… There is a rich multi-national perception in Mauritius, which covers the Hindus, Christians, Muslims and Buddhists who live together side by side. There is a wide blend of races including Chinese, African, Indian and European swoops which bands to form a rich continental society. This cordial blend makes the Mauritians a society that work and play together. This is one of the attraction of Mauritius holidays where one can sense the outcome of this mixed culture.
The rainy season lusts during February and March.. Since daylight then drops between 5.30am and 7pm, scuba diving is best during December to March. The weather is warm and moist with highs occurring in the months of December, January and February. Rainfall is prolific. The best time for deep-fishing in Mauritius is within October and April. During the cyclone time Mauritius rescues the blitz due to the small size of the island. However, most of the beach resorts have enough protection in their architecture to resist the robust blow. The strong winds may disturb only the vegetation and certain wooden structures. Travelers and other guests are welcome into the city decked with statues of diverse figures in Mauritian History.