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Mauritius is an unforgettable experience. The island set in its turquoise sea offers contrasting multitude of colours and tastes. The country is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. The beauty of Mauritius compel to return to its shores time and time again. White sandy beaches with warm sea water all around the island offers unbeatable relaxing possibilities. Joy Travels offers Mauritius tour packages that covers some of the most popular and beautiful destinations of Mauritius.

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Exotic Mauritius 4N/5D (5 Days)
PACKAGE OVERVIEW

The Mauritius tour package covers Mauritius . This 5 days Mauritius tour package will delight you because of the destinations covered and special treatment provided

INCLUSIONS
 Return Airfare Mumbai-Mauritius-Mumbai
 Return airport transfers (welcome by Joy Travels representative) on Seat in Coach (SIC) basis
 Welcome documents
 4 Nights accommodation with daily buffet breakfast and dinner
 1 Full-day tour to Ile aux Cerfs Island including boat transfers
 1 Full-day tour to South - Curepipe town - Grand Bassin - Black River Gorges and Chamarel
 1 Full-day City tour - Pamplemousses Botanical Garden (optional)
 Reconfirmation of Air Tickets done automatically by Airlines if pax are travelling with confirmed tickets on Air Mauritius Airlines
 Assistance during stay
 Airport Tax & Visa Fee included

EXCLUSIONS
 Travel Insurance, Tips, Porterage
 Applicable peak season surcharge
 Expenses of Personal Nature
 Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
 Service Tax extra 3.9%

ITINERARY
Day 1 : Mauritius
Day 2 : Mauritius
Day 3 : Mauritius
Day 4 : Mauritius
Day 5 : Mauritius




Mauritius Trip package (7 Days)
PACKAGE OVERVIEW

The Mauritius tour package covers Mauritius . This 7 days Mauritius tour package will delight you because of the destinations covered and special treatment provided

INCLUSIONS
 Return Airfare
 Meet and Greet at the Airport by our Representative
 Return airport transfers.
 Welcome documents
 6 Nights accommodation with daily buffet breakfast and dinner
 One full day to Ile aux Cerfs Island including boat transfers.
 One full day city tour - without Pamplemousses Botanical Garden
 One full day tour to South - Curepipe town - Grand - Bassin / Black River Gorges & Chamarel
 Recomfirmation of Air Tickets are being done automatically by Airlines if pax are travelling with confirmed tickets on Air
 Mauritius Airlines
 Assistance during stay
 Airport Tax & Visa Fee Included

EXCLUSIONS
 Travel Insurance, Tips, Porterage
 Applicable peak season surcharge
 Expenses of Personal Nature
 Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
 Service Tax extra 3.9%

ITINERARY
Day 1 : Mauritius
Day 2 : Mauritius
Day 3 : Mauritius
Day 4 : Mauritius
Day 5 : Mauritius
Day 6 : Mauritius
Day 7 : Mauritius



Dubai Mauritius Special (8 Days)
PACKAGE OVERVIEW

The Mauritius tour package covers Dubai, Mauritius . This 8 days Mauritius tour package will delight you because of the destinations covered and special treatment provided

INCLUSIONS
 Return Airfare
 Meet and Greet at the Airport by our Representative
 Return airport transfers on SIC Basis
 4 Nights accommodation with daily buffet breakfast and dinner
 One full day to Ile aux Cerfs Island including boat transfers.
 One full day city tour - without Pamplemousses Botanical Garden
 One full day tour to South - Curepipe town - Grand - Bassin / Black River Gorges & Chamarel
 Assistance during stay
 3 Nights accommodation at hotel in Dubai
 Return Airport Transfers on SIC basis
 Daily breakfast at hotel
 Desert Safari Tour with Dinner
 Dhow Cruise with Dinner.
 Airport Tax & Visa Fee for Dubai

EXCLUSIONS
 Travel Insurance, Tips, Porterage
 Applicable peak season surcharge
 Expenses of Personal Nature
 Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
 Service Tax extra 3.9%

ITINERARY
Day 1 : Mauritius
Day 2 : Mauritius
Day 3 : Mauritius
Day 4 : Mauritius
Day 5 : Mauritius - Dubai
Day 6 : Dubai
Day 7 : Dubai
Day 8 : Dubai



Mauritius, officially the Republic of Mauritius, is an island nation off the southeast coast of the African continent in the southwest Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar and is a part of the Mascarene Islands which have emerged from the abysses as a result of gigantic underwater volcanic eruptions. Streams and rivers speckle this island as a lot of them were formed due to the cracks created by the lava flows.

Mauritius is a fascinating, world-in-one-island slice of paradise and the very name conjures up images of tropical luxury and stupendous extravagance. While many destinations are famed for cobalt-blue seas, white sandy beaches and luxury hotels, you may eventually find yourself wishing for something to do besides sunbathing and swimming, as it is often hard to know what to do next on this island nation. The island is loaded with historic sights, cultural diversity, geographic variation and almost limitless activities to distract you from the daily grind of beach and pool, though perhaps its single biggest asset is the relaxed charm of its warm and welcoming people. So get on board the Mauritius Holiday Package, where the stretch is so huge, that you can easily choose your options to go north, south, east or west or make permutations and combinations of your choice, depending on the duration of your vacation and financial budget!

Mauritius, so far away, yet so much at home...
A sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean will fascinate you. The contrast of colours, cultures and tastes makes the island so charming that the scene is set for an unforgettable holiday. Here, you have the opportunity to experience unparalleled luxury and a level of refinement that is head and shoulders above that on offer in other tropical holiday destinations. Here, you will discover the true meaning of ‘beauty’, a realisation that will compel you to return to these shores time and again. Mauritius was named after Dutch Prince Maurice Van Nassau...

Tourist Attractions:
The historical centre of the city, the Place D’Armes is the main, palm-lined square that links the capital’s port to the Government House.
Statue of Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais
The statue of the French governor Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais, is one of the founding fathers of Mauritius – can be found at the entrance of Place D’Armes.
Government House
Built in the time of the Governor Nicholas de Mauph, this splendid building is one of the oldest in Port Louis Government House is one of the oldest buildings in Port-Louis.
Theatre of Port Louis
Built in the 19th century; this timeless municipal theatre is one of the oldest in the Indian Ocean and is decorated in a classic London theatre style and seats around 600 people.
Fort Adelaide
Situated on a hill overlooking the city and the harbour, this citadel-like structure was built by the British to observe potential riots in Port Louis before the abolition of slavery. Today, it hosts shows and concerts from both local and visiting artists from all over the world.

Aapravasi Ghat
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Aapravasi Ghat, or ‘immigration depot’ in Hindi, pays tribute to the thousands of indentured labourers who arrived from India after the abolition of slavery and eventually settled in the country.
The north provides some fine beaches, a great range of accommodation and restaurants, world-class watersports facilities, wonderful shopping opportunities and entertainment. It was one of the first spots in Mauritius to welcome holidaymakers.The northern coast of the island is the place where the most development has taken place in recent years. Thanks to this work, Grand Baie has an abundance of restaurants and discotheques. If you like to party to the sound of good music, you will find plenty of options to choose from here.
The north is only about night life, as it also boasts some of its best-loved sights, including the charming red-roofed church that overlooks the lagoon at Cap Malheureux.

The Labourdonnais Orchards, Mapou
Discover a wealth of tropical fruit trees, colourful and exotic-scented flowers at this beautiful orchard, close to Grand Baie. After a busy day viewing the enthuriums, bougainvillas and hibiscuses, sample the orchard’s freshly-made jams and fruit juices. Note that mountain bike or hiking excursions can be organised here.
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam (SSR) Botanical Gardens, the SSR Botanical Gardens are one of north Mauritius’ most visited tourist attractions. Famed for their giant Victoria amazonica water lilies, whose gargantuan leaves expand as wide as three metres in diameter, and for the amazing Talipot, a plant that flowers only once every 30 to 100 years, the gardens also feature some fine example of mahogany trees and rare Latanier palms from Madagascar.

The Red Roof Chapel, Cap Malheureux
Cap Malheureux is the most northerly point of the island and the place where General John Abercrombie landed his troops when the British first attacked the island. A tiny chapel famous for its red roof, the Notre Dame Auxiliatrice, commonly known as the Red Roof Chapel, is worth a quick visit. Be sure to look out for its intricate interior woodwork and for its holy-water basin fashioned out of a giant clamshell.
Maheshwarnath Temple, Triolet Shivala
As well as being the longest village on the island, Triolet Shivala, also boasts of the biggest Hindu temple called Maheswarnath providing an interesting stop-off point.
Paul et Virginie Monument, Poudre d’Or
The most famous story in Mauritius folklore, ‘Paul et Virginie’ was inspired by the shipwreck of the
St. Géran, which came to a watery end just off the north-east coast at Poudre d’Or.
Pamplemousses
There is more to Pamplemousses than its delightful botanical gardens. Deriving its original name from the Pamplemoussier citrus plant that was imported by the Dutch who first colonised Mauritius in the 17th Century, this northern town has a rich historical past.

Paul et Virginie Monument, Poudre d’Or
The most famous story in Mauritius folklore, ‘Paul et Virginie’ was inspired by the shipwreck of the St. Géran, which came to a watery end just off the north-east coast at Poudre d’Or. A small monument marks the spot where the boat sunk.
Interesting places to visit include the Old Cemetery, the 18th Century Saint François of Assises Church, and L’Aventure du Sucre: a fascinating museum that chronicles the history of the Mauritian sugar industry while offering additional insight into the island’s wider history, including slavery and rum production.
Waterfront. Those arriving during daylight hours should head for the bustling Central Market or Many people believe that the beaches of northern Mauritius are without compare. Some of the finest examples include the stunning Trou aux Biches, shaded by casuarinas trees, the arching curve of Mont Choisy beach, which runs from Trou aux Biches to Grand Baie, and the divine Pereybere cove.

Grand Baie is the centre for sailing activities. Visitors can join a yacht tour, a catamaran cruise or even charter a private launch here. Conditions for sailing are usually excellent and yachts can be chartered to cruise around Mauritius or to visit some of the northern offshore islands.
Kite-Surfing
Perhaps a little less well-known than Le Morne or Belle Mare, there are still some wonderful spots for adventurous kite-surfers to practise their skills in the north of Mauritius, particularly around Cap Malheureux and Anse La Raie.
Scuba Diving
The north is arguably one of the best places to scuba dive in Mauritius. There are a range of exciting options available to both beginners and more advanced divers. Of these, some of the most popular are: Gunner’s Coin where big parrotfish can be spotted during each dive, Whale Rock, where you might be lucky enough to witness a hammerhead shark, and Holt’s Rocks, which as the name suggests features huge underwater boulders.
Other Underwater Activities
One of the most spectacular ways to explore the ocean bed is to take a journey on the Blue Safari submarine or sub-scooter. Doing this allows non-scuba divers to safely enjoy a superb encounter with Mauritius’ vibrant marine life. It also gives them the chance to see various wrecks dating back to the 17th Century.
‘Le Nessee’, a semi-submersible boat, can also take you on a safe and comfortable discovery trip under
The sea. It offers a rare and unforgettable experience, providing optimal viewing facilities for all age groups from its below-the-surface viewing room.
For those who want to experience the feeling of actually walking on the sea bed, the ‘Captain Nemo’s Undersea Walk’ is a must. Underwater Walk Ltd., has developed a unique solar-powered diving system that sends a constant stream of fresh air to helmets worn by the undersea explorers. This allows non-scuba divers to get as close to sea-life as is physically possible, without the need to undertake expensive and time-consuming scuba qualifications.
The Northern Islets
This cluster of small islands off the north coast has become a favourite stop-off for sailboats and diving groups alike, but is perhaps best seen through a dedicated catamaran cruise, which can be booked from hotels desks or through local tour operators. Taking part in one of these tours allows visitors to snorkel in the crystalline waters off Gunner’s Coin, which rises sharply above the water and harbours sea-birds’ nests in the cliffs. It also provides an opportunity for picnicking and swimming near the stunning Flat Island and Ilot Gabriel.

La Nef, Robert Edward Hart Museum
Although the primary reason most people visit La Nef is to learn about the Mauritian-Irish poet Robert Edward Hart, the building of the museum is housed and is visually intriguing in its own right on account of it being covered in shells and coral. This, together with Hart’s fine writings and the fact that the museum is free to visit, makes it well worth a diversion.
Further north still, one can see the striking shape of Round Island, a natural reserve area where access is restricted to protect the indigenous species of palms and reptiles that have been reintroduced there.

This island and its neighbour, Ile aux Serpents, are currently under intensive conservation management by the government and the Mauritius Wildlife Foundation. Permits are needed to visit both islands, although it is possible to obtain these locally.
The Mauritius Aquarium is the perfect for families holidaying the north of Mauritius, especially those with children who are still too young to snorkel, as this fun but eco-conscious marine showcase can be found in Pointe aux Biches on the coast road to Grand Baie.Housing over 200 species of Mauritian fish, invertebrates, coral and sponges, including a tank dedicated to giant predators, the aquarium also features a special children’s touch pool, giving them direct contact with some of the gentler species that live off the island’s coast. Feeding time is at 11am daily, so recommend your clients head there early to ensure a prime viewing spot.
This region has a completely different landscape to the rest of the island. Gris Gris, for example, is one of the few areas of Mauritian coastline that is not shielded by coral reef and is therefore the best point from which to observe dramatic waves crashing against the rocks.
The south reveals a dramatically different landscape from the rest of the island, one typified by high cliffs, in places, that are battered by waves. These are created where the protective barrier of coral reef that surrounds the island falls away on the seabed, so leaving the coastline exposed to the Indian Ocean. However, the south is not singularly about cliffs and rough waters, but, further round the coastline, heading westward, are an array of beautiful beaches and top-rate hotels and resorts, in up-and-coming areas such as Bel Ombre.

Champ de Mars: the oldest racecourse in the Indian Ocean region.
There are many interesting sights to observe in and around Mahébourg, including the fascinating National History Museum , just south of the town and the Naval Museum, which houses the bell retrieve from the shipwrecked St Géran, as well as other interesting nautical memorabilia.
At Vieux Grand Port, the oldest settlement in Mauritius, visitors can observe the ruins of the first Dutch fortifications. Those who are interested in history will also enjoy the on-site Frederik Hendrik Museum

BEACHES
There are several beautiful beaches in this part of Mauritius, including Blue Bay, popular with families and Gris Gris, one of the few areas of this coastline that is not shielded by coral reef and is therefore the best point from which to observe dramatic waves crashing against the rocks.

Île aux Aigrettes, Nature Reserve
Imagine yourself 400 years ago, landing on such shores for the very first time the forests unfold endlessly in front of you. Pigeons, parrots and fruit bats fly past in great numbers, giant tortoises and flightless dodos roam up to investigate about their presence.
Although precious little remains of the island’s original flora and fauna, there is one place you can get to see some of the most endangered species in all their glory.
Here, visitors will find the last remnants of the dry, ebony forest that once grew in abundance across the main island. They will also see some of the work the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation has been undertaking to replant and reintroduce endangered vegetation, birds and reptiles, including rare orchids and the famous pink pigeon. Guided tours are held daily.

La Vanille Reserve Mascareignes, Rivière Des Anguilles
At La Vanille, near the southern tip of Mauritius, they and everyone else in the family can learn everything they have ever wanted to know about these prehistoric-looking creatures. More than 2000 crocodiles reside here, alongside 1000 turtles and an astounding 23,000 species of butterflies and insects.
The East
Some of the best beaches in Mauritius can be found on the east coast, including Blue Bay and its marine reserve and the delightful swathes of sand that exist around Belle Mare. Also here is Trou d’Eau Douce, the main jumping off point for the islet Île aux Cerfs. A coastline comprised of exquisite coves and emerald lagoons, permanently enhanced by a cool sea breeze as life goes by at a slow pace in the east, whether you are a member of the fishing community or a holidaymaker..Situated between the mountains and the sea, the east is characterised by charming little villages with poetic names like Petite Julie, Mare d’Australia and Queen Victoria. It also plays home to some of the country’s best beaches, including Belle Mare, where you will want to spend hours basking in the sun, glorying in the sight of the long stretch of white sand.

Île aux Cerfs Island, known in English as the ‘deer island’ is an island near the east coast of Mauritius in the Flacq district. This paradise island constitutes of around 100 hectares of land and you will find some of the world’s most beautiful beaches and a must-see place. It is famous for its sandy beaches, beautiful lagoon and big selection of activities and facilities and you are sure to have a day of relaxation and fun on one of the picture postcard beaches, and to enjoy a swim and snorkelling in the lagoon. Every day, tourists visit this island and spend the whole day and benefit from the range of facilities and activities offered. During recent years Ile Aux Cerfs Island became one of the most popular tourist destinations as the beaches offer several water sports activities, restaurants and also a five star hotel with a golf course, making this amazing paradise island the perfect setting for a relaxing day of sun worship, while enjoying various water sports, beach activities and even golfing. You will find many restaurants that cater to almost every palate and you should definitely try some of the local cuisine. In addition, there is a big selection of water sports kiosks along certain parts of the beach such as water skiing, banana, glass bottom boats and a highly recommended location for snorkeling. The coral reef is beautiful and full of marine life, and together with the large black rocks that protrude into the water, is an ideal place to snorkel and to enjoy the rich underwater world.The island also has a 18 holes golf course, so if you want to experience golfing while seeing the breathtaking views of the lagoons and the clear Indian ocean water all around, this is definitely one of the best places to visit. Make sure to visit Ile Aux Cerfs, the paradise island to have an experience which you can share with your family and friends and cherish all your life.

Grand River South East
Visitors and locals alike enjoy navigating along the mouth of the Grand River, swimming and diving under its waterfall or having a picnic on the riverbanks. Outings to this popular beauty-spot can be organised with local operators from the village of Trou d’Eau Douce.
Victoria 1840, Trou d'Eau Douce
Victoria 1840 is an old sugar cane factory, classified as part of Mauritian heritage in its own right, which has been converted to house, a fabulous contemporary art museum and a delightful restaurant.
There are vast swathes of spotless sandy beach on the east coast, running all the way down from Belle Mare through to Trou d’Eau Douce. The gently undulating sand tracks along this stunning coastline are often used by joggers, if you fancy bringing your running shoes on a holiday with you. Alternatively, take time out simply to enjoy the spectacular surroundings as the beaches on this side of the island are, after all, some of Mauritius’ finest.
Black River Gorges National Park
One of the main `green’ attractions is the Black River Gorges National Park which extends over acres and provides a haven to highly endangered native plants and animals and plays home to plenty of species of native and endemic flowering plants and birds that can only be found in Mauritius.
Chamarel Coloured Earths
No one can categorically state why these undulating, dune-like knolls vary so wildly in colour. Some say the seven shades of earth were formed from volcanic ash deposits that cooled at different temperatures. Others believe that the colours of the mounds can be attributed to the differing quantity of metal oxide they each contain and are especially breathtaking in the morning, when the sun is at its brightest and the colours are at their deepest.
Owing to the exceptionally high level of sunshine over the district, Tamarin, has become the heart of salt production in Mauritius. The Salt Pans make an interesting diversion if you happen to be in the area. Tamarin is the surf centre of Mauritius, and benefits from a high-quality surf school that will help beginners grasp the basics of this challenging sport.
Martello Tower, La Preuneuse
The Martello Tower at La Preuneuse was built by the British to protect them against their sworn enemy, the French navy, since having been restored; the tower is now accessible for guided tours.
Le Morne
In centuries past, the fissures of the eponymous basaltic rock that towers 556 metres above the Le Morne peninsula were famously used as a refuge by runaway slaves. Today people come to this island not only to witness the iconic rock now listed as a World Heritage Site on account of its chequered post, but also to take advantage of the immaculate three-mile beach that stretches beneath it. Mauritius is now renowned among kite-surfing enthusiasts for its quality and variety of kite-surfing locations. Arguably, one of the very best places to do a spot of kite-surfing is on the west coast, which is renowned for its blustery shoreline.

BEACHES
Enjoy magnificent sunsets or a dip in the calm, clear lagoon that surrounds Flic en Flac. Those looking for a more dramatic seascape should head for Tamarin or Le Morne further south.
Inland & Centre
The island’s most central town, Curepipe, is a major commercial hub yet also houses an extinct volcano called Trou aux Cerfs. Other features of the central plateau include Ganga Talao, a natural lake that is an important pilgrimage site for Mauritian Hindu festival.
Inland & Central Plateau
In the ‘Highlands’ you will discover the island’s four other towns. In Quatre Bornes, head for the local market if you want to do some bargain-hunting and in Curepipe, where it is generally cooler than elsewhere on the island, try visiting the botanical gardens.
In the early evening the gardens of the Plaza, the municipal theatre of the town of Rose Hill, fill up with families who come to relax and enjoy an ice–cream. This is a heart-warming sight definitely worth beholding!
Vacoas, meanwhile, is most renowned for its Gymkhana Golf Club, the oldest in the southern hemisphere.

Ganga Talao, High Plateau
Those who venture further upland than the man-made reservoirs of La Marie and Mare aux Vacoas will encounter Ganga Talao (or Grand Bassin), a natural lake that nestles within the crater of an extinct volcano in the high plateau.The lake is an important pilgrimage site and many Mauritian Hindus converge on it to pray for Lord Shiva during the Maha Shivratri festival.
Euréka, Moka
An old Creole residence with 109 doors, built in 1830, Euréka, is an essential place to visit during your stay in Mauritius if you want to know more about the Mauritian way of life in the colonial era. Trou aux Cerfs, Curepipe
This is an extinct volcano in the middle of the central plateau, overlooking the town of Curepipe. The steep, 85 metre-deep crater culminates in a natural lake. The panoramic viewpoint is exceptional from here, providing not only a vista over the main towns, but also extending outwards to include the Moka range of mountains and the north-west coastline.

Textile Museum, Floréal
The Floréal textile museum illustrates the history and development of the textile industry in this island in a colourful and interactive exhibition. There is also a knitwear shop here.
National History Museum
Though extinct for more than 300 years now, the giant bird still continues to stir amazement in visitors at the country’s National History Museum, where one of the few remaining skeletons is on display.
North
Grand Baie and Pamplemousses
Anyone who loves boutiques should pay a visit to Sunset Boulevard in Grand Baie. Those who are interested in picking up local souvenirs, meanwhile, should head to Comptoir des Mascareignes in Pamplemousses, where they will find an assortment of handicrafts, gift stands, local fashions, ship and plane models, paintings and jewellery. Pamplemousses is also the base for Maritime Models Co. Ltd.,a locally renowned manufacturer of model ship and sailing-related souvenirs.
South and South east
Mahébourg Market
Of all of the Mauritius’ markets, this is probably the least touristic and most traditional, offering great bargains on items including spices, clothes and children’s toys. While here, try some of the traditional food that’s available, including biryani and kulfi.
Central
Curepipe is one of the main commercial centres of the island, typically regarded as second-most to Port Louis, and thus has a generous smattering of shops and restaurants. This is a good place for tourists to pick up bargain holiday clothes.

Cuisine:
With a decided African influence, Mauritius is also home to the French, Indian, Chinese, and British communities and hence caters to their culinary tastes, as well. There are high class restaurants serving Panasian, Korean, Oriental, and European there’s a strong Indian influence, apparent in the temples and food, as even biryani and kulfi are available! The food is world-class and often blends with varied gastronomical spreads as they are combined to serve the International tourist and the residents!

Climate:
Situated near the tropic of Capricorn, Mauritius has a tropical climate with two main seasons, a warm humid summer from November to April, and a relatively cool dry winter from June to September. The warmest months are January and February and the coolest months are July and August, with a fair amount of rainfall on the central plateau.



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