•     6 nights accommodation on twin sharing basis at Gold Beach resort - West Coast (3*)
  •     Sightseeing and Meals as mentioned in the itenary
  •     Entertainment program as per hotel schedule


  •     Airfare, Airport Taxes
  •     Visas & Overseas Travel Insurance
  •     Meals other than mentioned in the itinerary
  •     High Season, Trade Fair & Special Event surcharge
  •     Anything not specifically mentioned in the Price Includes section.


Day 1:Arrive Mauritius
Arrive at Sri Seewoosagar Ramgulam Airport and transfer to hotel. rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight at hotel.(Lunch and dinner)
Day 2:Mauritius - Port Louis City
After breakfast, Drive to Port Louis to visit the capital via the Citadel & its surrounding area. Visit Pamplemousses- The Botanical Garden . View the Champ de Mars race course - inaugurated in 1812 it's the oldest horse-racing club in the Southern Hemisphere, and one of the oldest in the world. Afterwards drive to Le Caudan/Port Louis Waterfront, with some 170 shops, it is a shopper's paradise. Drive back to hotel.
Day 3:Mauritius - Scenic South
After breakfast, Drive to Curepipe. Visit the ship making factory. Shopping at the duty free shops in Floreal. View the scenic town of Curepipe & its surroundings from the extinct crater of Trou aux Cerfs. Afternoon drive through the nature park of Black River & Plaine Champagne to Chamarel village. Stop at Grand Bassin (Ganga Talao) sacred lake & view the stunning 108 feet statue of Mangal Mahadev. Visit Chamarel, the unusual 7 colored earth created by volcanic rocks, the earth form beautiful patterns of color in the exposed hillsides. View the startlingly beautiful Chamarel waterfalls which emerge from the moors and primeval vegetation. The water tumble from a height of about 83 meters. Drive back to hotel.
Day 4 : Mauritius - Ile Aux Cerfs Island
After breakfast, Drive to Belle Mare to enjoy aquatic activities like parasailing*, undersea walk*, waterfall visit * or banana tube ride*. Drive to Trou dEau douce for the speedboat transfer to Ile aux Cerfs, the islet with the most beautiful beach and the clearest turquoise water. Free on island up to 15h30. Return back to mainland by speedboat. Drive back to hotel.(Lunch and dinner).
Day 5: Mauritius - Free Day
After Breakfast, rest of the day is at leisure for Beach Activities & shopping.
Day 6: Mauritius - Free Day
After Breakfast, rest of the day is at leisure for Beach Activities & shopping.
Day 7: Depart Mauritius
Transfer to Airport for flight back home.

Note: Valid till 30th September 2013

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  • Views — For a spectacular 360⁰ view of Port Louis and the north, climb Le Pouce or ‘the thumb', at 812 m (2,664 ft). It is an easy 2h climb from the village of Petit Verger (near St. Pierre), and takes another 2 hr to walk into Port Louis.
  • Deep sea fishing — Mauritius is ideally positioned for game-fishing. Depending on the time of year it is possible to catch blue or black marlin , sailfish , wahoo , yellow fin tuna , giant trevally , dogtooth tuna , bonito , dolphinfish, sharks and many more. The majority of the big game fishing boats are well equipped with VHF radio, mobile telephone, GPS navigation system, radar, radio telephone, safety equipment, Penn International reels, life jackets, medical kits, fire extinguishers, flares, and all related fishing equipment such as fighting chairs and rods (usually 9). You can choose between half day and full day fishing trips . Big game fishing is best on the west coast of Mauritius because the currents swirl around the foot of Le Morne, creating a marine environment attractive to bait fish, which in turn attracts the larger fish. Boats usually accommodate up to 5 anglers and full day trips typically include both breakfast and lunch in the price.
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  • Safari jeep trips — The Safari Jeep trip takes place in Yemen natural reserve park on the West Coast of Mauritius. It hosts two of the longest rivers on the island – Rivière Rempart and Tamarin River – and is a haven for all sorts of native and exotic wildlife. The actual size of this natural reserve is of around 4,500 hectares. The Yemen Park is the setting for Safari trips where you will have a thrilling ride and will be able to see many beautiful animals such as Zebras, ostriches, African antelopes, Java deer, monkeys, ducks and geese, and will see extraordinary panoramic views of this breathtaking part of the island.
  • Scuba diving — When you dive in Mauritius you can explore coral reefs, multi-colored marine life, ship wrecks dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries, or some ships sunk more recently which create beautiful artificial reefs. There are numerous dive sites strewn all around the island. One of the well-known and popular dive sites in Mauritius is the Cathedral, which is located off the Flic en Flac on the western coast of Mauritius. Other dive sites in Mauritius include the Whale Rock and Roche Zozo that is an underwater rock pinnacle, and the submerged crater near Ile Ronde. Mauritius is almost completely encircled by a barrier coral reef which is home to many sponges, sea anemones and a variety of brightly colored fish such as Damselfish, Trumpet fish, Boxfish and clown fish, as well as the orange Mauritian scorpionfish. Most of the dive sites are located on the west coast around Flic-en-Flac or in the north, at Trou aux Biches or at the Northern Islands. The best time to go diving is from November to April with very good visibility underwater. The Mauritius Scuba Diving Association (MSDA) can provide further information.
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  • Hiking and trekking — In Mauritius with breathtaking views of mountains, rivers, and forests. Enjoy a hiking trip through the fields, trekking on a zip line or on a bike, and discover this magnificent nature paradise Mauritius being a volcanic island has several breathtaking summits and valleys to explore on foot. You can visit the Black River Gorges National Park, a 6,794-hectare (16,788-acre) forest, to see indigenous plants, birds and wildlife. Black River Peak trail goes to Mauritius' highest mountain, while the Maccabee Trail starts nearby and plunges into the gorge to Black River.


Mauritius The Tropical Jewl of the Indian Ocean 7 days SUPER PACKAGE FOR SEALOVER AND SUN-SEEKERS
Mauritius The Tropical Jewl of the Indian Ocean 7 days SUPER PACKAGE FOR SEALOVER AND SUN-SEEKERS
Mauritius The Tropical Jewl of the Indian Ocean 7 days SUPER PACKAGE FOR SEALOVER AND SUN-SEEKERS


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