HONEYMOON SPECIAL MAURITIUS PACKAGE(06 Nights / 07 Days)

HONEYMOON SPECIAL MAURITIUS PACKAGE(06 Nights / 07 Days)

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Overview

Itinerary
Day 1: Mauritius
Depart India and arrive Mauritius. You will be met by our representative and transferred to your Hotel in Mauritius by a shared Vehicle. Check in and rest of the day is at leisure for you to unwind yourself from jetlag. Dinner will be served in one of the restaurants in Hotel. Overnight at hotel. Meals: Dinner.
 
Day 2: Mauritius - Full Day Excursion to Ile Aux Cerfs
After Breakfast at hotel, depart in a coach for a Full Day Excursion to Ile Aux Cerfs, an emerald lagoon on the east coast. You can also indulge in beach and water sports such as banana boat ride, parasailing, undersea walk waterfall visit. Return to the hotel in the evening. Dinner will be served in one of the restaurants in Hotel. Overnight at the hotel. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner.
 
Day 3: Mauritius – Day Free at Leisure
Breakfast at hotel. Today you have full day to enjoy on your own or to relax on the Beach. Dinner at hotel, Overnight at Resort. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
 
Day 4: Mauritius - Full Day North Island Tour
After breakfast, we proceed for another Full Day North Island tour: Visit the capital city - Port Louis, Place d Armes with its French colonial buildings, the eventful Champ de Mars racecourse, the exotic Caudal Waterfront. Dinner will be served in one of the restaurants in Hotel. Overnight at the hotel. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner.
 
Day 5: Mauritius – Day Free at Leisure
Breakfast at hotel. Today you have full day to enjoy on your own or to relax on the Beach. Dinner at hotel, Overnight at Resort. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
 
Day 6: Mauritius- Full Day South Island Tour
After breakfast proceed for a Full Day South Island tour: Visit the Trou aux Cerfs, the crater of an extinct volcano. Also visit Grand Bassin, a natural lake at the base of volcanic crater and a pilgrimage place for Hindus and Chamarel (Colored Earth) with its vibrant hues and waterfall. Also included in the days itinerary is the City of Curepipe where you can pick up some souvenirs. Dinner will be served in one of the restaurants in Hotel .Overnight at the hotel. Meals: Breakfast and Dinner.
 
Day 7: Mauritius
After breakfast its time to bid good bye to Mauritius. Transfer to airport to board your flight to back to India. Meals: Breakfast
 
 
Inclusion
 
Hotel Accommodation.
Daily Breakfast and Dinner.
Airport Transfers.
03 Full Day Sightseeing.
All Tours and Transfers are Based on Seat in Coach Sasis.
Return Airfare with Taxes Ex DEL.
Mauritius has for the second time this year cut its 2013 arrival forecast after tourist numbers grew marginally in the first half and earnings fell, the statistics office said on Thursday.Amid a festering debt crisis and stagnant economic growth, Europeans have cut down on the number of long-haul holidays taken to sun-drenched destinations like Mauritius.Wary of its reliance on Europe, Mauritius and regional rivals like the Seychelles islands in the Indian Ocean are increasingly looking to new markets in Asia to drive growth in tourism, but this has so far failed to reverse the tide.
 
Mauritius, best known for its azure waters, white beaches and luxury spas, said it expects 980,000 tourists this year from its previous forecast of a 2.5 percent rise to 990,000.The Port Louis government had initially expected tourist numbers to hit the one million mark this year, but revised this downwards in June. Last year, tourist arrivals rose just 0.1 percent to 965,441.Tourism accounts for about 8 percent of gross domestic product for Mauritius' $10 billion economy.Statistics Mauritius said tourist arrivals to the palm-fringed Indian Ocean island rose only slightly by 1 percent to 471,664 in the first six months of 2013.
 
 
Tourism revenue for the first half was estimated at 22.05 billion rupees, a 6.3 percent decline compared to the same period in last year, the central bank said.Tourism revenue for the whole year is forecast to be flat at 44.60 billion rupees compared to 44.37 billion a year ago.Statistics Mauritius said the average room occupancy rate for all hotels during the first half of 2013 was 60 percent, compared to 62 percent in the same period last year.Earlier this month, Mauritius leading hotel group New Mauritius Hotels posted a sharp decline of 30 percent in pretax profit.
 
                         
 
A good place to start collecting travel information for Mauritius is on the official tourist authority website MTA. Its an informative website. The “What to See” section suggests itineraries, beaches, ecotourism and nature ideas, marine life attractions, and tour and car rental services. Other sections offer advice on accommodations, golf, deep sea fishing excursions, and information on the culture and cuisine.As with many other agencies in Mauritus, they can be slow to respond to queries via email and may not always have the answers.
 
 
Mauritius Island Online features both travel and business information. Helpful information is available regarding the area’s wildlife, places of interest, geography, and climate. You can also learn about Sega (pronounced Saygah), a native dance that originated from the ritual music of Madagascar and mainland Africa, and listen to song samples.
 
 
Use the Mauritius-Info website as your guide to sightseeing, for ideas on attractions, beaches, and festivals. There are also links to hotels, restaurants, and transportation options.If you are interested in learning more about the area, check out the Mauritius Museum Council . Here you can find out about all the local museums, including the Natural History Museum, the Museum of Indian Immigration, the Mauritius Postal Museum, and others.

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