Mauritius at a Glance
You may have heard of this place and they frequently describe its beauty in numerous travel channels or magazines. Indeed, it is one of the most visited places among tourists across the world. In many ways, this place has emerged as the unique and aesthetic destination that has an interesting culture to demonstrate.
Once a prominent author Mark Twain said that Mauritius was first made and then heaven was copied from it. This is the usual feeling of all those who witness the charm and uniqueness of this place. The visual is not only the facet of this astonishing destination; it has numerous other things for a surprise. For instance, the culture of Mauritius tells a story about the transformations the place has encountered previously. Indian, French, Creole, and Chinese are juxtaposed together and have given birth to Mauritian Culture, though Dutch were the first who arrived here around 1598. There was a negligible indigenous population at that time, therefore the Dutch did not have to struggle much for colonizing. However, Dutch abandoned the place in 1710 and just after few years, the French arrived.
Currently, with the local population of more than 1 million, moreover, with 1 million visitors per years, this place has become a hub of entertainments and amusements. The unique and collaborated culture of this place can easily be seen in the foods and cuisines that are served. Dholl puri, Victorian pineapples, curries, Mine Frites, Boulettes, Dimsums, Vanilla tea, and numerous other foods are the consequences of hotchpotch cultures that Mauritius holds. Additionally, you can find award-winning finest Phoenix beer and local Indian Falooda in Mauritian Avatar called Alouda. Mauritius has brought numerous Chinese, Indian, and European Cuisines in its own style. Make sure to taste Mauritian Biryani, if you are okay with non-veggies.
Nature is the most vital facet of Mauritius and it has never failed to bring wow on the face of visitors. The sand redefines the white color, the blue from the water elaborate the hues that we have never witnessed. Well not everything stops at nature, Mauritius has an interesting history to show, and these histories are a showcase in the four prominent museums, namely: Curious Corner of Chamarel, L’Adventure du Sucre, Chateau De Labourdonnais, Bois Cheri Tea Factory and Tea Museums (Bois Cherri).
Mauritius is the only place that gives the feeling of home while being in exotic amusements. For the tourists from India, it is the most preferred destination where one can enjoy the Biryani and exotic pasta on a single plate. Pick any month from May to December for the tour before opting for any certain Mauritus holiday Packages.