The surroundings of your hotel in Mauritius
A small island situated in a quiet and picturesque location in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is well-known for its beautiful beaches, gorgeous reefs and luxury hotels. Located just off the coast of south east Africa, the area is also known for its soaring mountains which create a stunning backdrop to a perfect getaway. This destination is popular with honeymooners and explorers alike due to its tranquil beaches and extensive mountain trails. Outside of your business meetings, a hotel in Mauritius is perfect for taking time out of your busy schedule to relax.
What can I expect to find in Mauritius?
Mauritius is one of the most striking island destinations in the world. Its postcard beaches and exotic wildlife make Mauritius a once in a lifetime destination for all travellers. This island paradise will provide you with a true escape from your everyday life. There are very few places in the world where so many beautiful creatures inhabit the same area. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to see giant tortoises, wild dolphins, whales, and a variety of rare birds.
Why should I choose Mauritius for my next business trip?
Mauritius Airport links the island to a number of prominent international destinations including Dubai, Johannesburg and London. The island is also filled to the brim with luxury hotels, set on powder white beaches and overlooking the crystal clear waters, the perfect, picturesque location to hold any business meetings. Many of the hotels are also equipped with golf courses and exotic restaurants if you require a more casual setting; as well as conference rooms and convention centres with high speed internet and any necessary I.T. you may require.
What can I discover when I book a hotel in Mauritius?
If you decide to venture outside of your Mauritius hotel, there are several gardens and secluded islands you can visit. Consider taking a trip to the Frederica Nature Reserve, a beautiful parkland showcasing views of the island in all its glory. The mountainous terrain can be climbed, but for thrill seekers, take a quad bike to see the cascading waterfalls and gorgeous wildlife. If you simply wish to see more of the island, take a boat to one of its neighbouring colonies to relax on deserted beaches.