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All Inclusive Holidays in Mauritius
If you’re looking for the ultimate island getaway, Mauritius is the place to be. As the American writer, Mark Twain once said, “Mauritius was made first, and then heaven, and heaven was copied after Mauritius.”
Nestled in the southwest of the Indian Ocean, just 800 km east of Madagascar, the paradise island of Mauritius is a dream destination for honeymooners and lovebirds. This tiny island is lauded for its long stretches of white beaches, turquoise water, lush green valleys, and all-inclusive hotels suited for both families and couples.
Why Visit Mauritius
Bestowed with a diverse culture, and majestic topography, the tropical island of Mauritius is one of the Mascarene islands in the Indian Ocean that offers top-notch Creole hospitality like no other. The island is a real treat for all types of holidaymakers, from its delicious local cuisine to its all-inclusive luxurious hotels.
There are endless things to do when staying in an all-inclusive hotel on this paradise island—imagine sipping a mojito at the swimming pool, indulging in fun-packed water activities, and in the evening attending an interesting folk dance performance.
What makes Mauritius Island an authentic vacation destination is not only its all-inclusive or adults-only hotels, but also its landscapes decked out by the ubiquitous sugar cane fields, the small fishing villages that exude the local culture, and its rolling valleys in the south.
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The Climate in Mauritius
Mauritius is blessed with year-round sunshine, which makes it the perfect getaway to escape the harsh winter and gloomy weather when it’s winter in the Northern Hemisphere. The balmy weather, turquoise water, and talcum powder sand make it an idyll place to be stranded in for eternity.
Unlike in other countries where there are four seasons, in Mauritius, there are basically two main seasons including the warm humid summer which starts from November to April. During this time of the year, the mean temperature is 24.7 °C and the maximum temperature can reach up to 35 °C.
Winter begins in June and ends in October. The mean temperature in winter is 20.4 °C, while the minimum winter temperature can reach 16 °C.
Cyclonic weather normally occurs in summer, especially between January to February. During this time, many stay indoors to enjoy some Mauritian comfort food.
All Inclusive Hotels in Mauritius
Staying in the luxurious all-inclusive hotels in Mauritius means relishing unlimited food and quality drinks, indulging in an endless list of fun activities (expect lots of water activities), and in some hotels taking advantage of the complimentary spa treatments. The best part of staying in an all-inclusive hotel in Mauritius is the endless perks that come with it, think gala night dinners, entertainments, themed food buffets including delicious seafood, and even complimentary green fees for golfers.
All-inclusive hotels in Mauritius range from boutique adult-only properties to family-friendly resorts. Most of these hotels are in secluded locations close to the white beaches, which gives plenty of time for the guests to relax and enjoy a peaceful setting in the balmy weather.
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Hotels in Mauritius
Preskil Island Resort
Set in a tranquil area in the southeast of Mauritius overlooking the Ile Aux Aigrettes nature reserve, the deluxe Preskil Island Resort is often categorized as the budget all-inclusive hotel in Mauritius. This charming property is family-friendly and offers kids plenty of recreational activities at the Tikoulou Kids Club, while adults can unwind at the pool with a cocktail drink. For its dining options, check out the marketplace-style Rendez-Vous outfitted with live cooking stations ranging from Mongolian to Italian cuisine. After exploring the historic neighborhood of Mahebourg, ensconce comfortably in the guestroom, which offers a sea view with a terrace or balcony.
Zilwa Attitude, Calodyne
Those looking to immerse in the local Creole culture can consider staying at the rustic Zilwa Attitude in Calodyne located on the north of the island. This family-friendly hotel is decked out in Mauritian thatched architecture, exuding a tropical atmosphere. Its guestrooms are styled in a rustic outlook and are equipped with bucolic furniture. One of its key highlights is hands down the inviting pool which faces the beautiful Coin de Mire islet. Guests will be able to enjoy its all-inclusive package including a selection of quality drinks, delicious food, discounted spa packages, and complimentary kid’s club activities.
Amazing Attractions in Mauritius
La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park
This nature park is beautifully nestled in the Chamarel plain in the southwest of Mauritius. Known for its seven-colored earth, La Vallée Des Couleurs consists of several sand dunes ranging from red, brown, blue, violet, purple, yellow, and green. Visitors coming here will also get the chance to see the indigenous flora and fauna. While adventurous spirits will have a wide choice of fun activities such as quad biking and zip lining.
Trou aux Cerfs Volcano Crater
Though there is currently no active volcano in Mauritius, visitors can still visit dormant volcanoes such as Trou aux Cerf, a famous crater tucked in Curepipe town. The crater is about 605 meters high and measures about 350 meters in diameter and 80 meters in depth. The unique feature of the attraction is the verdant landscape decked out with indigenous plant species, including the lofty pine trees.
Blue Bay Marine Park - Mauritius
Whether you wish to simply take a refreshing plunge in the azure water or marvel at the rich marine life, the right place to enjoy these activities is at the unspoiled Blue Bay Marine Park. This protected marine park offers many opportunities for snorkelers to marvel at the coral garden consisting of 38 species of magnificent corals, some of which are huge.
Black River Gorges
Connect with nature by visiting Black River Gorges, a national park situated in the hilly southwestern part of Mauritius. The park is a recommended place for nature lovers who wish to hike the off-the-beaten trails which are forested. The park is also home to a diverse flora and fauna consisting of delicious Chinese guava, rusa deer, and some endemic birds such as the Mauritius olive white-eye.
Natural History Museum of Port Louis
History buffs can consider visiting the Natural History Museum of Port Louis located in Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius. The 19th-century building is situated between the Government House and Jardin de la Compagnie in Port Louis. There are many galleries to visit, including the fauna section, which consists of a wide collection of stuffed bird specimens such as the Indian Myna, and the Common Waxbill. There is also a section dedicated to the now-extinct Dodo bird.