Cruises to Mauritius

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from £13,799pp
Cabin type: Inside

World Cruise on the Queen Mary 2

BONUS ON BOARD SPEND*

10 January 2018 | 120 Nights
Cunard : Queen Mary 2

Itinerary
Southampton, Funchal, Madeira, Santa Cruz, Tenerife, Walvis Bay, Namibia, Cape Town, South Africa, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Le Port, Réunion, Port Louis, Mauritius, Perth (Fremantle), Australia,…

from £1,513pp
Cabin type: Outside

Port Louis to Maputo

Complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits, champagnes, dining in each speciality restaurant once per cruise, All gratuities for dining room and wait staff, 60 minutes complimentary Wi-Fi and…

09 December 2017 | 7 Nights
Crystal Cruises : Crystal Symphony

Itinerary
Mauritius/Port Louis, Republic of Mauritius, Reunion Island/Port Réunion, France, Taolagnaro, Madagascar, Maputo, Mozambique

from £51,509pp
Cabin type: Suite

Roundtrip Los Angeles

FREE flights included where applicable , FREE business class flights (in penthouse suites and higher on Europe voyages) , Wi-Fi throughout the ship for all bookings, Transfers between airport and ship…

08 January 2018 | 137 Nights
Regent Seven Seas Cruises : Seven Seas Navigator

Itinerary
Los Angeles, USA, Honolulu, Hawaii, Hilo, Hawaii, Nawiliwili, Kauai, Hawaii, Kahului, Maui, Hawaii, Nuku Hiva, French Polynesia, Rangiroa, French Polynesia, Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia, Bora…


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A plethora of attractions awaits you


Jetty silhouette against beautiful sunset in Mauritius Island

Jetty silhouette against beautiful sunset in Mauritius Island

Chamarel seven coloured earths on Mauritius island

Chamarel seven coloured earths on Mauritius island

Crocodiles in Park, Mauritius

Crocodiles in Park, Mauritius

Statue of Shiva in a hindu temple (Grand Basin), Mauritius

Statue of Shiva in a hindu temple (Grand Basin), Mauritius

Ganga Talao lake with hindu temple reflection, in Grand Bassin, Mauritius

Ganga Talao lake with hindu temple reflection, in Grand Bassin, Mauritius

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1. See beautiful natural sights

A visit to the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens will show you that Mauritius’ flora and fauna is just as impressive as its scenery. Founded in the mid-eighteenth century, this wonderful spot is one of the oldest gardens of its kind in the southern hemisphere. Look out for Madagascan moorhen and the Mauritian flying fox, as well as giant water lilies.


2. Pay your respects to Shiva

Thousands of Hindu pilgrims make their way every year to Ganga Talao, a sacred crater lake set 530 metres above sea level. Considered one of the most notable pilgrimage sites outside India, the lake’s shores are adorned with a number of temples, as well as a 33 metre tall statue of the Hindu god Shiva. Visitors are welcome, but make sure you dress appropriately.


3. Step into the 1800s

Mauritius’ colonial past can best be explored at Eureka House, a grand Créole property dating back to the nineteenth century. Inside, you’ll find fascinating features like antique maps and photographs of the period. The grounds are just as impressive, with mango and palm trees plus an English-style garden, surrounded by dazzling waterfalls from the nearby Moka River.


4. Get up close to crocodiles

Located on the south of the island, Vanille Réserve des Mascareignes calls itself ‘a magical place’ – and it’s easy to see why. This popular park is home to 2,000 Nile crocodiles as well as the largest captive group of Aldabra tortoises in the world. There’s an aquarium and an insectarium, as well as a fossil museum featuring hundreds of exhibits from Madagascar.


5. Embrace the island’s heritage

Mauritius is renowned for its beauty - and rightly so - but an afternoon in the Blue Penny Museum will show you the richness of culture and history that can also be found on its shores. Exhibits include items from the island’s colonial past and maritime explorations in the Indian Ocean. You can also explore how the engraving of stamps – including the Blue Penny itself – began in Mauritius.

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