Top 10 watersport to experience in Mauritius

If you’ve come searching for the best water-sports in Mauritius you must already be aware of the vast and heavenly turquoise waters which are waiting for you on your holiday.  And if just relaxing on the beach as your eyes are touched with the magnificent view beheld in front of you and breathing in the […]

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The Mauritian Sega Dance

Born out of the pain and suffering of slavery, the Traditional Sega dance is still played in its most traditional form, originating in the 18th century. The Sega dance is performed at its most vibrant in hotels and local restaurants throughout the island to share the nation’s rich history and culture. There is no better way […]

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The Extinct DODO

The dodo is the symbol of Mauritius and used as a watermark on all Mauritian Rupees and banknotes. The bird was discovered around 1598 and became extinct around 1662 as they could not escape from the humans due to their lack of wings. They were entirely fearless of humans, and its fearlessness and inability to fly made them easy […]

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The Blue Penny Museum

Located at the Caudan Waterfront in the capital of Mauritius, the Blue Penny Museum preserves the history and art of the island with a rich collection of coins, statues and artwork. The Museum itself was founded by the Commercial Bank of Mauritius in 2001. Take the time to peruse the selection of aquatic marine maps, […]

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Driving in Mauritius

Driving in Mauritius is fun and easy. But it could get a little frustrating, especially if you are driving in Port-Louis, its capital city, during the peak hours. Here in Mauritius, we drive on the left side of the road and all the steering wheels of every vehicles are positioned on the right hand side. […]

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