It is said that Mauritius was fashioned out of the handbook of the Gods its multi-culture seems close to heaven, sparkling cerulean waters, sugar icing shores, soft sage palms and jagged indigo mountains frame the land with exquisite wonder.
Port Louis is one of the most ancient cities in the country and also serves as Capital of the country.
Mauritius has developed a distinctive flora and fauna. The famous flightless bird, the extinct dodo, the country’s national flower, the Boucle d’Oreille only found over here.
The World Health Organization has declared that Mauritius has the second cleanest air on earth and has the world’s third-largest coral reef.
Capital: Port Louis
The capital, largest and the ancient city of Mauritius is Port Louis, where most of the population is concentrated.
Population: 12.7 lakh
Currency: Mauritian Rupee coded as MUR
There are 2 Airports in Mauritius
The buzzing capital of Mauritius, Port Louis boasts with French colonial architecture and offers exciting shopping and entertainment venues.
The Black River Gorges National Park is the best place to watch rare bird species and fauna as the country has the unique fauna.
Chamarel is a village located in the district of Black River where people can see a dune with seven different colors. The dunes are also acknowledged as the ‘Seven Colored Earth’.
Mauritius is the Home of the most luxurious hotels and resorts in the world, it has an elegant resort with colonial-style architecture and a rich cultural landscape.
Another gastronomical delight is the street food in the area. A person can find everything from fresh coconut water, chopped fruit covered in chili and tamarind marmalade, pickles wrapped in buttery bread, and Chinese fried noodles.
Mauritius is settled in the vast Indian Ocean, just north of the tropic of Capricorn. It lies approximately 2000 km from the southeast coast of the rich African continent. The country comprises of the islands of Mauritius, Rodrigues and the outer islands of Agaléga and St. Brandon