Mauritius is perfect for postcards, full of stunning reefs, beautiful beaches, and magnificent lagoons. The place has earned a reputation as the place for adventure excursions, romantic stays, and a little quiet lounges, but has a fair share of luxury experiences that stretch beyond fantastic hotels and fantastic resorts.
1. Have Dinner on a Motor Yacht
An evening cruising on a motor yacht around the coast of Grand Baie, taking you to a place from where you can enjoy panoramic views of the island, is a memorable trip. Whether you wish to spend a romantic night with another, or some quiet time thinking alone, this short yet luxurious boat cruise must be on your Mauritius list. Help yourself to a chef's personal mixture of cocktails with a throat on a few delicious dishes. The dining room can be booked, or you can simply plunge into the upper deck and allow your eyes to feel the breeze of the sea. The motor yacht cruise can only accommodate eight people each way for three hours, so it is advisable to book in advance.
2. Bet on a Horse at Champ De Mars
There is nothing that is more luxurious than the Champ De Mars in Port Louis, Mauritius, the world's second-oldest race. It's a race of great size. Then put on your best dress and go into the arena for an electrical atmosphere that some hardcore races have created. Help with sofas and drinks can be treated and even put into a bet or two to make your trip truly memorable. The race season lasts April through November and usually takes place on Saturdays and Sundays. Check the race dates with Mauritius Turf Club before planning an excursion to ensure that your tour in Champ De Mars is well-pleased. Oh, the glory of goodness. Oh, the glory of well-established horses on the finish line! The atmosphere here will make you feel like an old-fashioned aristocrat.
3. Go on a Private Snorkelling Outing
All of us can agree that it can be rather dampening to stand in long queues and await your turn to snorkeling before it begins. A private snorkeling trip on the Coin de Mire Island in Mauritius honeymoon packages is, therefore, the perfect choice. A private speedboat will take you through the amazing lagoons, all the way to the center of Coin de Mire Island where, on average, you can take a snorkeling 6 meters in the middle of coral reefs, bright, colored fish, and a host of sea life – all without feeling the urge of getting the next body on the line. Once outdoors, you can spend time also looking at rare bird species, ranging from 'Paille’s en queue' national bird of Mauritius, to 'Tail Shear Water' wedged, among many other multicolored tropical birds. Make a drink- and snack-stop for a 30-minute ride to Mauritius before hopping on the private speedboat.
4. Visit Maison Eureka
The Maison Eureka by the River Moka is a luxury getaway that offers a view of the colonial life of the region. The palatial colonial house has 109 doors and fencing and now houses a museum with an elaborate collection of rare photographs, antiques, antique maps, and houseware of Chinese and Indians. The background to this colonial building is at least awe-inspiring, and when you have finished touring the Maison Eureka, you can wander along the quiet nature trail. Several small cascades, lengthy greenery areas, and rare wildlife specimens await you. You also have the possibility to enroll in a guided tour around the gardens, known for gigantic Damaras, mango-palms, and four natural waterfalls. There is also a rare plantation of water lilies in the area around the Moka River. A lunch stop in the Old Kitchen is strongly recommended for some smoked marlin with salad and dry beef curry, served with Africa lady sides, rouille peanut, cocoon chutney, rice, lentils, and pickles.
5. Spend a Day at Ile Aux Cerfs Island
The Ile Aux Cerfs, also known as the Deer Island, is an unadulterated haven of natural beauty, located off the East Coast of Mauritius. This island, covering more than 100 hectares, is filled with white sandy beaches and mixed hues of blue waters to the eyes. A private yacht, catamaran, or speedboat can be accessed from the east coast of Mauritius. The beaches feature restaurants offering the most authentic Mauritian cuisine and water kiosks, ranging from boating glass to skiing and more. The beauty of the island really must be enjoyed by a night stay at a five-star resort with an 18-hole golf course. Enjoy the morning at the golf course, walk on the greenery and enjoy the view over beautiful lakes and clear waters of water in the ocean. Lounge by the beach. The paradise island of Mauritius is also called Ile Aux Cerfs. And that name lives up to, up to the last bit.
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