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Discover Mauritius differently with the Mauritius travel guide. Read interesting blogs on the history of the island well illustrated by high definition pictures. Discover the treasures hidden in this little piece of paradise activities not to miss during your stay on the island and interesting place to discover.

 

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Walk with lions in Mauritius

 

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The Walk with Lions is becoming well known and a much appreciated activity for visitors and Mauritians alike. In the commentaries written in our visitors’ book after the walks we read words like … This has been the highlight of our trip… and again A once in a lifetime experience, unbelievable! fantastic to see such beautiful creatures so close ! …never thought I’d be able to touch a lion …

 

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Swim with Dolphins in Mauritius

 

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Explore the spectacular lives of these magnificent marine mammals in their natural aquatic habitat. Immerse yourself in the adventure of a lifetime and swim with dolphins in crystal clear waters in Mauritius

 

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Diving in Mauritius

 

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Mauritius lies in the Indian Ocean, roughly 800km east of Madagascar. If you imagine a tropical paradise with iridescent beaches and excellent diving - in Mauritius your fantasy will come true.

 

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Undersea Walk in Mauritius

 

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Solar sea Walk in Grand Baie has been the pioneer of this activity in Mauritius since 1989. After eleven years of existence they redesigned their platforms to be environmently friendly.

 

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Whales Watching in Mauritius

 

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The whale watching trip is a unique opportunity to encounter one of the biggest and most amazing animals still alive in the sea realm. Watch this heavy weight creature moving with grace on a opal sea.

 

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Aigrettes Island Mauritius

 

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Aigrettes Island is a tiny islet located some 800m off the south eastern side of Mauritius. Named after a white long-legged fisher bird, "Aigrettes", pronounced as "egret" which no longer inhabits the uninhabited island.

 

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Black River Gorges Mauritius

 

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Black River Gorges National Park is a national park in the hilly south-western part of Mauritius. It was proclaimed on June 15, 1994 and is managed by the National Parks and Conservation Service

 

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Luxury hotels Mauritius

 

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Discover a selection of the most prestigious 6 star and the best luxury hotels in Mauritius. Great Location, stunning photos, travel differently with Mauritius Travel Guide.

 

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