There is a fair amount to see and do while on holiday in Mauritius so we’ve made your sightseeing a little easier by listing and describing our top 6 ‘must see’ spots. They include Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanic Garden, Domaine de l’Ylang Ylang, Ile aux Aigrettes, The Mahébourg Museum, Casela Bird Park, The Mauritius Glass Factory, The Botanical Gardens in Curepipe, and Trou aux Cerfs Crater.
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Mauritius forms part of the volcanic Mascarene Archipelago (other islands include Reunion and Rodrigues) and as such much of the underwater landscape consists of impressive rock formations like caves, vertical walls and overhangs. These features have been colonised by an impressive array of coral species which in turn attract abundant and diverse species of marine life.
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Mauritius is the ideal year round golf destination offering beautiful courses that are comparable with the finest in the world. However, many of the better courses are located at the upmarket hotels and are off limits to anyone but residents and their guests.
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You are unlikely to suffer from ‘cabin fever’ on an island the size of Mauritius, but there is still nothing quite like getting away from the island and out into the open ocean for a while. A little like seeing the islands from the air on the flight in, seeing it from out at sea helps put it all into perspective.
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