Visit the famous hot spots of Mauritius as we help you out deciding the major attractions you should visit.
Port Louis : Watch out for Mauritius' main port, which is also the capital city lie within the semi circle of a mountain. Palm-lined Place d'Armes is famous for French colonial buildings. One get to see several cathedrals, catholic and even mosque placed there.
Chamarel : Known as the Seven Coloured Earth, is one of the oldest site at Mauritius. The name signifies the twisting road leading from Case Noyal village to the coloured earth at Chamarel with land showcasing contrasting colors of blue, green and yellow. One even get to see the Chamarel waterfall.
Pamplemousses Gardens : Famously known as the Royal Botanical Garden, which showcases several exotic plants like the camphor trees, nutmeg trees and many more specific species. 'Flan tins' a specific kind of palm is said to bloom once in every sixty years and subsequently fades away. You got to be really lucky to catch a glimpse of it.
Grand Bassin : A holy place for the Hindus where one celebrates Maha Shivratree, in the month of February.
Black River George : If you want to relax in the lap of nature, then I must say you should visit this place as this 6,574-hectare park protects the native flora and fauna of Malaysia.
Mauritius is a place where people are very religious and they celebrate festivals like Diwali, Holi and Cavadee festival, a local festival celebrated usually in the month of January/ February where the locals carry wooden arch decorated with flowers along with a pot of milk.
So take a dive at the wonderful beaches with fine sand, something that you might love to do and be merry on your Mauritius honeymoon.