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Map

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Sailing

Beau rivage (Click to enlarge)
Beau-rivage

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Beau-rivage Maharajah Suite

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The Residence

Le victoria (Click to enlarge)
Le Victoria

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Photo from Airplane


Mauritius is a beautiful place where you can relax and have a good time. If you are looking into going to Mauritius we have details on the Air Mauritius airline, Mauritius weddings and cheap flights to Mauritius.


Mauritius

All prices and information on this page was submitted on the 20th December 2006 - Check source for any changes.

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Mauritius is another of those select place names that conjure the exotic, a place that you may not be able to find immediately on the map, but that you just know that when you do, it will have been worth your while.

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Island of Mauritius

There are many activities that you can do including scuba diving and snorkeling, fishing, sailing, surfing, windsurfing and many other water sports with New Adventures.

All Packages Include:
6 night program.
Breakfast and dinner daily (except as noted).
All hotel taxes and service charges.
Roundtrip transfers from and to the airport.
Double or twin bed rooms with private bath.
Mauritius Concierge Service for personalized assistance and guidance.
Extend your stay at regular rates less 5%.

These packages are examples only. Mix and match . . . almost any type of change or adjustment can be easily made.

Super Luxury.
Le Prince Maurice.
Junior Suite.
Breakfast.
Starting at $2695 for two.

Premium/4 Guests.
Belle Mare Plage.
2 Bedroom Pool Villa for 4 Guests.
Breakfast & dinner.
Starting at $5150 for four guests.

Premium.
Belle Mare Plage.
Junior Suite.
Breakfast & dinner.
Starting at $1795 for two.

Premium.
The Residence.
Garden View.
Breakfast & dinner.
Starting at $3295 for two.

Premium.
Hilton Mauritius.
Standard Room.
Breakfast & dinner.
Starting at $1960 for two.

Superior.
Le Coco Beach.
Standard room.
Breakfast & dinner.
Starting at $1549 for two.


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The Hilton



Air MauritiusAir Mauritius - In June 1967 starting as a handling agent and the in August 1972 starting out as an airline operation Air Mauritius has been around for the good part of 40 years.

Mauritius WeddingMauritius Wedding - If you are looking for that perfect Mauritius Wedding then you can book up at several hotels. On this page find a list of hotels with their costs and make sure you have the right documentation.

Cheap Flights to MauritiusCheap Flights - Catch cheap flights to Mauritius from several flight operators. Check out the links to find a couple of companies offering you cheap flights to Mauritius.

Mauritius HotelsHotels - Find out quotes for most Mauritius hotels here. Follow the links provided and add your details and get your quote with in minutes, stay in one of the gorgeous hotels in Mauritius.

Maritim MauritiusMaritim Hotel - Perched at the edge of Turtle Bay on the northwest coast, the vast rolling lawns of Maritim Mauritius provide an exquisite backdrop for a relaxing vacation.

Beau-rivage MauritiusBeau Rivage Hotel - Located on an impressive stretch of white sands on the East Coast of Mauritius, the Beau Rivage offers everything you could ask for in a luxury holiday. This Beau-rivage Mauritius offers you 3 bars and 4 restaurants.

Mauritius TourismTourism - Mauritius tourism can offer a real attraction to scuba divers because the island provides a real safe and near perfect conditions. Mauritius enjoys a delightful mix of cultures from Europe, Africa, India and Asia.

Royal Palm Hotel MauritiusRoyal Palm Hotel - Royal Palm Hotel Mauritius embodies what the French would call a "grande maison" an appellation which says it all, nothing can prepare you for the Royal Palm's experience.

Property in MauritiusProperties - Looking for a hot property in Mauritius? This page can help you in your search for your ideal Mauritius property, you can find a selection of properties and links at your disposal.

Holiday in MauritiusHoliday in Mauritius - If your ideal holiday is Mauritius then come along and find your self a Holiday in Mauritius. Browse through the pictures, prices, descriptions and links all here for your benefit.



The most relevant links we could find, placed here free

New Adventures - Travel packages and safaris, the island, activities, resorts, packages, what's hot and savings. www.newadventures.com

Azmibazar - Photo gallery. www.azmibazar.ch

World Atlas - Map and information page, facts and figures, recommended links. www.worldatlas.com

Info Please - Almanacs, Atlas, encyclopedia, dictionary, thesaurus, features, quizzes, timelines. www.infoplease.com



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View of City

Fact
After a brief Dutch settlement, French immigrants who came in 1715 named the island Īle de France and established the first road and harbor infrastructure, as well as the sugar industry, under the leadership of Gov. Mahe de Labourdonnais. Blacks from Africa and Madagascar came as slaves to work in the sugarcane fields. In 1810, the British captured the island and in 1814, by the Treaty of Paris, it was ceded to Great Britain along with its dependencies.

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Birds Eye View

Official Name: Mauritius.
Capital City: Port Louis.
Languages: English (official), French, Hindi, others.
Official Currency: Mauritian Rupee.
Religions: Hindu, Christian, Muslim, others.
Population: 1,189,000.
Land Area: 1,860 sq km (718 sq miles)

Complete) info on the (GDP) economy, imports and exports, natural resources, government, population, military, transportation and much more at World Atlas.

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Building in Mauritius

Fact
Indian immigration, which followed the abolition of slavery in 1835, rapidly changed the fabric of Mauritian society, and the country flourished with the increased cultivation of sugarcane. The opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 heralded the decline of Mauritius as a port of call for ships rounding the southern tip of Africa, bound for South and East Asia. The economic instability of the price of sugar, the main crop, in the first half of the 20th century brought civil unrest, then economic, administrative, and political reforms. Mauritius became independent on March 12, 1968.

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