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Mauritius, larger than life picture postcard

Reserving a plane ticket to Mauritius is already the promise of a dreamlike experience : you will be discovering one of the most beautiful islands of the Indian ocean. An idyllic isle where each town and village is an exotic change of scenery, from Souillac to Beau-Bassin-Rose Hill, by way of Mahébourg, Tamarin and the capital Port-Louis.

One of the most popular destinations on the planet – in particular for an unforgettable honeymoon, a flight to Mauritius is the guarantee of the holiday of your dreams in the heart of the Indian ocean. This picture postcard image will already wet your appetite: white sandy beaches and breathtaking blue lagoons. From towns to small villages, each component of the mauritian landscape contributes to create a charming change of scenery, from the central market of Port-Louis, in the north west to the naval museum of Mahébourg, a charming coastal town to the south east of the island.

A plane ticket to Mauritius is the opportunity to discover Tamarin, renowned for its saline production. It is also a chance to visit Moka, where the Eureka creole house can be found. This house is a reminder of the colonial era, with its 109 doors and its furniture dating back to the India company… After which, head to the south west to discover one of the principal attractions in Maritius: bordering the multicolored lands of Chamarel « the valley of 23 colors » and on the edge of Chamouny & Bois Chéri, stands the Black River Gorge National Park. This vast forest spanning 6600 hectares is a paradise for hikers and lovers of authentic settings.

Reserving a flight to Mauritius will take you to some astounding natural treasures. For example, set off on an excursion to tackle the majestic Trou aux Cerfs volcano, on the heights of Curepipe, the second largest mauritian town where you can admire the Jardin d'acclimatation gardens and the former English Royal College.