8 Romantic Things To Do On Your Mauritius HoneymoonPosted by Continental Tour Guide in Guide | 0 comments
Mauritius is the perfect place to celebrate your honeymoon by staying at a luxury resort with fine dining, enjoying the beautiful beaches and romantic sunsets. Here's a list of some of the things to do at Mauritius.
Mauritius is one of the most beautiful islands in the world which is why it’s one of the top places to go on honeymoon. If you’re planning on going on holiday to this wonderful place, we want to help you have the best time possible by suggesting some great things you can do during your stay. Here’s our list of 8 Things To Do In Mauritius :-
Endless White Beach
The journey will be totally incomplete if you don’t dine in alongside of the amazing pristine beach where you can soak your legs in the water and have dinner, all of it at once. The Grand Bay, Pereybere, Blue Bay and many more finest beaches will you the best reasons to cuddle your husband and enjoy the breezy wind and the cold sand. You could also try parasailing session, which is famous in these beaches, or trying under water diving is even more amazingly adventurous. April-June would be the best time to visit the place because planning it during Feb-March will make you get stuck under rainfall.
Hire A Car & Drive Around
Renting a car is definitely one of the top things to do in Mauritius. The island has an extensive motorway and widespread coastal roads. While taxis could be expensive and time consuming, a car is at your disposal 24/7. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to wind through sugarcane plantations, city centre, and markets all at your free will. Take a romantic scenic drive from Pamplemousse towards Pieter Both or down south to Chemin Grenier and Le More. Nothing compares the freedom of driving around with your partner to explore the whole island.
Go Local Shopping
You can actually get amazing deals when you go shopping in the local flea markets. If you can bargain, you can definitely get the best rates out of them. The island is a shopping heaven with everything available from local souvenirs to clothes, footwear, cologne etc. Visit the Grand Baie Bazar, Quatre Bornes and many more local nearby shopping places to take full advantage of the city. You can definitely buy beach dresses for a cheaper price and woo your partner by wearing it for dinner.
This is the most famous attraction in Mauritius called Chamarel Village, which is a home to seven-colored earth. It is famous for its surfaces that are colored with rainbow colors. This uneven village land also has an amazing waterfall, which is the highest in Mauritius. You have a combined trip to this particular place called the Seven Colored earth trip. You can assign a day or two for this particular visit and keep it on the priority list. This is one of the best places you should go to on your honeymoon without fail. The colors, water splashing and the adventure will give you a great experience.
Enjoy the Nightlife
There are numerous clubs in Grand Bay; a popular one amongst the locals is Insomnia. There are also restaurants to suit everyone’s taste dotted on every street, open until late. If you are missing home, try out the Beach House which overlooks the bay. It is a South African run establishment with the main attraction being the big screen T.V’s to keep the expats updated with what’s happening back at home. Drop in for a late afternoon cocktail.
Relish Mauritian Spas
You simply can’t run short of things to do in Mauritius, and relishing a spa treatment definitely tops the chart. The Spa at Four Season Resort Mauritius at Anahita is one place where you will find a mix of Indian, African, Chinese and European therapeutic spas. You and your partner would love to be buffed with their signature Mauritian fusion spas and massage. It’s a two – three hour soothing experience that’ll get you started for the forthcoming nights on your Mauritius honeymoon.
Try Unique Water Sports
The expansive coast-line of the island means Mauritius offers a variety of water sports and activities including snorkelling, deep-sea diving, deep-sea fishing, parasailing, and scuba diving. But it also offers visitors a chance to experience some rather unique experiences – an Undersea Walk. Here one is suspended metres below the sea with a giant visor to provide a continuous supply of oxygen. It’s scary at first but soon you start walking around on the ocean bed, making friends with colourful fish and miscellaneous sea creatures.
Taste Something Sweet
Mauritius has a history of sugar cane production dating back 400 years. Visit the Sugar Museum and Factory and take the Sugar Adventure tour, where you’ll explore an old sugar mill and learn about the process through an interactive exhibition. At the end of the excursion you can take some sweet treats to go.