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    Being an year-round destination, Mauritius is on the top of every traveler’s bucket list. The island nation is famous for offering moderate temperature, ample sunshine, and multiple avenues for adventure to travelers from far and wide. Kanchan’s heartwarming experience on her trip to Mauritius in April will make you feel all fuzzy and warm. Read on to find out which places in Mauritius stood out for her.

    I never anticipated that I would ever have a chance to visit Mauritius. For as long as I can remember, it has been my dream destination. For our 15th wedding anniversary, we decided to go all out and book a trip to this beautiful island nation. We were left enamored by the Creole architecture of the buildings, the blue of the ocean, and the hospitality of the locals. The pleasant Mauritius weather in April enhanced our experience greatly.

    Our Mauritius trip in April wouldn’t have been successful if it was not for TravelTriangle’s assistance at every step. Our agent customised the trip for us according to our requirements and made sure that we were comfortable during our stay in the island nation. We didn’t have to stress about anything at all. Our agent took care of everything, and we’re exceptionally grateful to TravelTriangle for their exceptional customer service.

    Details Of Our Trip To Mauritius In April

    Trip Cost: INR 45,500/- per person
    No. Of People: 2
    Trip Duration: 7 Days & 6 Nights
    Inclusions: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Airport Transfers, Visa on arrival, Sightseeing
    Exclusions: Private cab, airfare, travel insurance, honeymoon freebies, activity costs

    Our Trip To Mauritius In April Itinerary

    Day 1: Arrival in Mauritius & Leisure day
    Day 2: Ile Aux Cerf Island Tour
    Day 3: North Island Tour
    Day 4: South Island Tour
    Day 5: Glass Bottom Boat Ride & Sightseeing
    Day 6: Shopping At Quatre Bornes Market & Sightseeing
    Day 7: Full Day Cruise And Departure

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    5 Superb Experiences On Our Trip To Mauritius In April

    Our trip to Mauritius in April entailed resting on sandy beaches under coconut trees, visiting iconic attractions, and parasailing in the crystal clear waters of the ocean. Read on to find out our 5 best experiences in Mauritius in April that took us by surprise:

    1. Beach Hopping

    North and South island tour
    Parasailing
    on the island tour
    Beach Hopping

    We indulged in a bevy of water sports at Belle Mare, Grand Bay area and Ile Aux Cerf Island on the second day of our trip. Parasailing and underwater sea walk gave us a major adrenaline rush. We tried to soak up the sun as much as we could and enjoyed ourselves immensely on our North and South island tour, which included a trip to Flic n Flac beach, Mont Choisy beach, and Cap Malheureux.

    2. Full Day Cruise

    a full day cruise in Mauritius
    cruise tour

    We stumbled upon a full day cruise in Mauritius by serendipity. It started at around 8 AM and ended at 4 PM. The cruise provided luggage storage services and dropped us off at the airport too, so it was a win-win situation for us on the final day of the trip. It was a full day cruise with breakfast, lunch, unlimited drinks, dance and music.

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    3. Visiting Iconic Attractions

    on the city tour
    visited to the temple
    on boat

    The city tour was one of my most favorite experiences. We visited the Ship Model Factory and Chamarel Coloured Earth. I especially enjoyed visiting Chamarel as I had a chance to gaze at the beauty and charm of Mauritius in its most raw form. We couldn’t take pictures on our trip to Ganga Talao because of the rains, but overall it was a pleasant encounter.

    4. Going On A Shopping Spree

    on the tour to best attractions
    on the mauritius tour
    enjoyed visiting to the city 's local streets

    We purchased several fridge magnets, decorative pencils, and key rings from the craft shops on Le Caudan waterfront. These are some of the best things to buy from Mauritius. We also visited the local market in Quatre Bornes. It is a weekly market where you can get clothes at discounted prices. Make sure to perfect the art of haggling because the shopkeepers are known to quote exorbitantly high prices to foreigners.

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    5. Gorging On Local Food

    with my lovely partner

    We enjoyed gorging on delicious local food at Quatre Bornes. The hotel we stayed in served us a delicious offering of local cuisine for breakfast and dinner. We got a chance to eat bondas and dhal puri at the roadside eateries. Street food in Mauritius was very filling and easy on our pockets.

    Tips For Mauritius Travel

    Here’s a detailed list of 5 tips for Mauritius travel that I believe will help you avoid mistakes and vacation like a pro:

    1. Drinking water in Mauritius are expensive, so make sure you purchase a pack of 6 water bottles from a local store.
    2. If you’re traveling in a group of more than three people, we suggest you consider hiring a private vehicle rather than opting for public transport since the former will be more cost-effective.
    3. If you want to cut your travel costs, opt for an all-inclusive hotel which serves you at least two meals of the day.
    4. You will not find a lot of restaurants serving tea in Mauritius, so we suggest you to carry your own sachets if you’re a tea aficionado.
    5. Most of the shopping malls in Mauritius close by 2 PM on Sunday, so check their timings online before you visit them.

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    Get All Your Travel Queries Answered

    Here’s a compilation of all the travel queries you may have regarding our trip to Mauritius in April. I am pretty sure the answer to your question will be here:

    1. What are the most special features of Mauritius?

    Some of the most special features of Mauritius include a visit to Caudan Waterfront (a shopping and entertainment center), sea cruises, island trips, and museum tours.

    2. What is the best time to visit Mauritius?

    The best time to visit Mauritius is April when the weather is cool, dry, and sunny. It is the ideal weather for pursuing outdoor activities and water adventure sports.

    3. Where should one ideally stay in Mauritius?

    I recommend you to stay at Villas Mon Plaisir at Pointe Aux Piments. Most of the hotels offer a room with an ocean-facing view and they include breakfast and dinner in the tariff, so it is a cost-effective choice.

    4. What should one wear in Mauritius?

    You should pack a pair of slightly sophisticated clothes because most restaurants in Mauritius follow a dress code. Apart from that, pack your regular pair of pants, a light jacket in case there’s a nip in the air, t-shirts and dresses.

    5. Which part of Mauritius has the most stunning beaches?

    The Western part of Mauritius, without a trace of doubt, has the best beaches.

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    Our trip to Mauritius in April was filled with the hustle-bustle of local markets, friendliness of the locals, and unique experiences that you can only have in the island nation. We once again thank TravelTriangle for their exemplary service. They truly made our trip unforgettable. If you resonated with my travel experience and want to visit the beautiful country right away, make sure to book a getaway to Mauritius with TravelTriangle and avail exciting deals and discounts.

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