I’m please to promote Mauritius Island for the best holiday destination and the best spot for water Sport .
Mauritius is on of my best holiday destination and thank’s to my mauritian wife Family for make me discover some the best spot in the island .
The idyllic island of Mauritius with its unspoilt beaches and azure waters offers a unique experience of European, African and Asian cultures. The Oberoi captures the spirit of the island in a resort that combines its abundant natural beauty with refined luxury. The resort is located in 20 acres of beautiful sub-tropical gardens with a 600 meter oceanfront.
Villas with private swimming pools and luxury pavilions offer panoramic views of the ocean. Marble bathrooms with sunken tubs overlook private walled gardens.
The resort offers a range of water sports and recreation like wind surfing, water skiing, diving and sailing.
The Mauritian people are a rich mix of African, Chinese, Indian, Muslim and European descent, creating a colorful and rich multicultural society.
Mauritians work and play together, celebrating each other’s religious ceremonies throughout the year in an overall harmonious society which spills over to create an authentic warm welcome to all its visitors.
Scuba Diving Sport
I Been diving for the last 15 years and Mauritius regulations require that visitors dive accompanied by an instructor and escorted by a boat. All centers are managed by CMAS or PADI international diving instructors who can give courses from beginners up to experts and additionally organise snorkeling excursions.
The local cuisine originates from the 3 continents just as the origin of its inhabitants. Visitors have the opportunity to taste a variety of foods, Indian, Chinese, Creole and European at one table.
Mauritian cooking is in a class of its own: it is a combination of flavours nurtured through its people of different cultural heritages and cooking traditions. Mauritians are adventurous with food, mixing various styles in a menu and happy to try out recipes from
Chinese, Indian or Muslim cuisine.
Mauritian cuisine is proud of its past but has also gained the finest reputation in the contemporary world. A few leading chefs such as Paul Bocuse, Trois Gross brothers and Alain Ducasse have visited the island and contributed to boost this top-quality cuisine. The local chefs show positive c
reativity and “savoir-faire” in recipes of their own, where traditional and local ingredients are used boldly, for a perfect blend, found in the most famous hotels.
However, one can choose to experience the pleasure and taste of local fare, at typical table d’hôte or in various specialized restaurants.
Do not hesitate to try the local favourite snacks: ‘dholl purri’ wheat pancakes stuffed with yellow split peas and served with curry and
tomato sauce, faratas, gateaux piments (Chilly bites) or ‘samousas’.
Where to stay in Mauritus
This is the place I recommend to stay
Delightful apartment with pool & garden next to beaches & amenities
contact : Sandra and Mark Alix-Brown +44 (0)207-4610329 or +44 (0)773-6334412
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