Mauritius, popularly known as the ‘Paradise Island’, houses some incredibly romantic spots for honeymooners. Its scenic beauty, sandy beaches, and crystal blue lagoons, all make for an exciting backdrop for newlyweds to bond over. There are plenty of activities you can choose from when you’re in Mauritius, each promising an enjoyable time together. Here’s some ways you can plan that perfect Mauritius honeymoon.
Head to the Chamarel Village
This lovely little village in South Mauritius is popular for its colorful sands in hues of yellow, orange, red, creating a medley of colors. It has an uneven volcanic surface and also forms part of the ‘Seven Colored Earth’ trip. Couples can explore the village, mix with the locals, and revel in the natural beauty of the place. They must also visit the highest waterfall in the country, right at Chamarel Village.
What is a Mauritius trip without a visit to its splendid beaches? The island is home to some spectacular beaches like Grand Bay, Belle Mare, Pereybere, and Blue Bay. Spend quality time with your partner on a candle-lit date by the white beaches or soak up the sun while cuddling with them during the day. For the adventurous couples, a parasailing session or a ski-ride will provide the perfect adrenaline boost.
Vacations are incomplete without shopping, and Mauritius has plenty to offer in terms of fashion. You will find a wide range of clothes, shoes, and accessories with reasonable prices here. Don’t miss visiting markets like QuatreBornes, Grand Baie Bazar, and Goodlands.
Explore its Cuisine
Mauritian cuisine is an appetizing mix of Indian, Creole, African, and Chinese influences. While fine-dining is a must, don’t forget to try the street food. There are also plenty of options for enjoying private dinners at hotels.
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The Mauritius Tea Route is a must for tea lovers. The tour takes you through exotic plantations at Bois Cheri, Domaine des Aubineaux, and the Saint Aubin house. The guided tour introduces you to Mauritian history and the role of tea production. The colonial houses of Domaine des Aubineaux and Saint Aubin have antique furniture, lovely gardens, and tea plantations that stretch across acres. The Bois Cheri factory tour gives you a history of tea with a visit to a tea museum. Taste the goodness of flavored tea, herbal tea, and green tea while you enjoy the natural beauty with your partner.
The Tamarin Falls, also called Tamarind Falls, are popular for their beautiful landscape and lush greens. Adventurous couples can enjoy a trek to the waterfalls. The full-day hike to the falls is one of the most popular in Mauritius. At the end lies a splendor of exotic flora and fauna, a beauty to behold with your partner by the side.
The Sea Hover adventure is bound to be an exciting hour of water sports. It takes you on a cruise across the West Coast lagoons and includes refreshments and swimming breaks. A photographer is also on board to capture your time together. This is a must-experience for newlyweds looking for thrill and a fun-filled time.
StartURTrip Tip: Plan a romantic day at Ile aux Cerfs, popularly known as Treasure Island. Sandy white beaches, turquoise blue waters and fine-dining restaurants make for an ideal mini-getaway.