Zahrat Al Khaleej – Mauritius… the island of dreams for an unforgettable honeymoon


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The island of Mauritius is the best island for an unforgettable honeymoon. The island in the Indian Ocean has a wonderful mixture of sandy beaches, turquoise sea, international hotels, mild weather and charming nature, in addition to culture and heritage.
The hotels on the island of Mauritius are located directly on the beach, ensuring that you have a wonderful peek-a-boo view every morning, as well as the tranquility you enjoy to suit a romantic honeymoon vacation, along with recreational areas and activities that give you an enjoyable adventure time.

Among the highlights of the island of Mauritius:
1 . The land of the seven colors
A site with an exotic landscape, consisting of dunes painted in seven distinct colors: (blue, brown, green, purple, red, violet and yellow), giving you the full enjoyment of a 45-minute drive.
2 . Chamarel Waterfall
One of the must-visit places on the island of Mauritius, the waterfall is a 15-minute walk from the Land of the Seven Colors.

3 . World of Seashells Museum
One of the free places to visit and enjoy on the surface of the wonderful island, which has the largest collection of seashells in Africa.

4 . Tamarin Falls
An impressive waterfall, consisting of seven vertical dips, totaling about 250 metres, located in one of the last virgin forests in Mauritius.

5 . sugar farms
Sugar cane plantations are spread on the island of Mauritius and on the way to it, and the area enjoys lively streets, cafes scattered everywhere, and bustling markets, to live a special night among the owners of the land.
6 . Pont Bon Dieu
A natural bridge over the lava cave system, its length is about 80 meters, its width is about 50 meters, while the ceiling height is 15 meters and more.

7 . Pamplemousses Botanical Garden
Beautiful tropical garden, with many rare plants, erected in 1767.

8 . Apravasi Ghat
Complex of Buildings Constructed for a Contracted Manpower from India – The British Empire’s Experience to Displace Slavery The buildings were constructed in the 1860s and represent an important shift in the global economy.

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