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Aquaventure

Aquaventure were the pioneers in introducing undersea walking in Mauritius, located on the East Coast in Belle Mare; Aquaventure offers you the opportunity of seeing the marvellous sea-life that surrounds our shores and in complete safety. With a specially designed helmet with a transparent visor and a continuous air supply you can enjoy the ultimate undersea adventure with no diving or

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Belle Mare, Mauritius

Cascavelle Shopping Mall

Located at one of the busiest junctions in the western part of the island, connecting Black River, Tamarin and Flic en Flac, Cascavelle Shopping Village is a one-stop-shop in the West of Mauritius, with a 2,500m² supermarket, designer shops, everyday service providers, an attractive food court and restaurants. In addition, Cascavelle Shopping Village provides 400 parking bays, with parking specially

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Flic En Flac, Mauritius

Central Market

Port Louis’ rightly famous central market, the center of the local economy since Victorian times, is a good place to get a feel for the everyday life of many locals. Watch the hawkers at work and buy some souvenirs. Most authentic are the wonderful fruit and vegetable sections (including herbal medicines and aphrodisiacs) and the meat, fish and seafood market.

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Port Louis, Mauritius

Wedding In Mauritius

The tropical island of Mauritius is well established as one of the top honeymoon destinations for wedding couples. But many are now choosing to combine their wedding and honeymoon abroad at a fraction of the cost of a wedding in the UK. We have extensive experience in arranging weddings in Mauritius and can handle all the arrangements for you. The

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Mauritius Honeymoons

Mauritius Honeymoons We can help you choose the ideal resort for your honeymoon, whether you want romantic seclusion, relaxation on the beach, gourmet dining or an activity-filled holiday. Having visited these resorts, we can recommend the perfect one to suit your budget and preferences. More about Honeymoons in Mauritius. Mauritius Weddings Having arranged weddings in Mauritius for many couples and their guests we

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Quad Biking

Safari Quad Biking Adventure in Mauritius Experience an adventurous Quad biking activity in the most amazing natural setting! 2 hours of quad-biking activity in the 4,500 hectares of Yemen natural reserve park. The activity takes place in Mauritius' Yemen natural reserve park. The Park is located on the West Coast of Mauritius. It hosts two of the longest rivers on the island –

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Horse Riding

The horse riding is done in a beautiful private domain spreading over 2000 hectares situated in the south-east of Mauritius. The landscape at that domain is rather mountainous and offers the visitors spectacular panoramic views, indigenous forests, beautiful valleys, sparkling rivers, and encounters with wild animals and endemic birds. From the domain’s peak half of Mauritius can be seen: the central plateaus,

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Big Game Fishing

Unique Full Day Deep Sea Fishing activity on a 50ft boat in the deep seas off the west of Mauritius offered to you on shared basis! A Full Day activity (7:00am –16:00pm) of adventure and fun on a 50 feet fishing boat, ideal for 3 anglers at a time and can accommodate up to 8 passengers. Looking to enjoy a Deep sea

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Champs De Mars

The Champ de Mars Racecourse is a thoroughbred horse race track in Port Louis, Mauritius. The Racecourse was inaugurated on 25 June 1812, by The Mauritius Turf Club (MTC) which was founded earlier in the same year by Sir Robert Townsend Farquhar, who was the first British Governor of Mauritius. The Mauritius Turf Club is the oldest horse-racing club in

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Port Louis, Mauritius

Writers & Artists In Mauritius

Writers & Artists Literature Mauritius is a country of poets, writers and artists, each inspired not only by the island’s stunning natural landscape, but also by its multicultural identity. It is to Mauritius that JMG Le Clézio – the 1998 Literature Nobel Prize winner – dedicated his prestigious award. This small country shelters several other internationally recognised authors, too, including Malcolm de Chazal,

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