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Port Louis Travel and Tourism

Port Louis is located in Mauritius and its geographical coordinates are latitude : 20.1619° S and longitude : 57.4989° E.
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Spa Holidays in Mauritius - Port Louis
Spa Holidays in Mauritius Mauritius is a dream destination- a place where people go to bask in the glorious sunshine, frolic in its turquoise waters and five a free rein to their adventurous spirit by indulging in a variety of water sport activities like scuba diving, snorkeling and deep sea fishing. But lately tourists have been coming into Mauritius for another reason also. And that is for experiencing a rejuvenating spa holiday in Mauritius. The elegant hotels of Mauritius set on gorgeous tropical beaches combine spa therapy with top class luxury for a memorable holiday. Experience the art of soul therapy and pure relaxation that a spa holiday in Mauritius guarantees. Imagine escaping into the folds of nature and submitting your body to ...

Honeymoon in Mauritius - Port Louis
Honeymoon in Mauritius A honeymoon serves to bring the couple closer to each other, in the privacy of the beautiful environs. As the couple together explores the honeymoon destination, they also get an insight into each other's personality. Mauritius promises to overwhelm your senses with incredible sights, sounds and aromas reflecting the cultural diversity of its inhabitants. Honeymooning in Mauritius means a never-ending saga of beauty and discovery. Mauritius has long been established as honeymoon destination. Indeed, it has always figured among the top choices for as a honeymoon destination. And why shouldn't it? With panoramic views of spectacular scenery- endless golden beaches, mystical mountains, cascading waterfalls, lush rainf...

Mauritian Food: An overview - Port Louis
Mauritian Food: An overview Mauritius is an island of about 1 million inhabitants situated in the Indian Ocean. The ethnic diversity of the local people is reflected in its cuisine. As a result, the cuisine of Mauritius is a blend of Indian Cuisine, Creole, Chinese and European. In Mauritius, local fruits and vegetables used under the influence of culinary traditions of France, India, China and Africa with its variety of flavours and aromas have resulted in a cuisine that is unique to the island. The most commonly served in Mauritius, and tasty dishes include Creole rougailles, Indian curries and biryanis, Chinese “mine frite”, and French “gratin de crabes sur coeur de palmiste”. All these are part of the cuisine of Mauritius. The com...

Practical information for those travelling to Mauritius - Port Louis
Practical information for those travelling to Mauritius The Republic of Mauritius is a small island situated in the Indian Ocean. The country has several other islands belonging to Mauritius, these are generally primitive and well worth a visit. Mauritius has a stable democratic government and a diverse economy. Its per capita is among the best for a developing country and is the second highest in Africa. Facilities for tourism in Mauritius are fairly well developed and the high level of literacy has greatly helped Mauritius in its endeavour to become a high profile tourist destination. Furthermore, authorities have set a high target for increasing the tourist population travelling to Mauritius with sweeping changes and reforms to the tourism sector in order to achieve the...

Mauritius Tourism - Port Louis
Mauritius Tourism Government's plan to bring around 2 million tourists into Mauritius by 2015 is a very laudable one. But what will we show to them Stray dogs around La Citadelle Litter in Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens Five-star hotels in impoverished areas Mosquito-breeding pools all around the island. While it is commonly agreed that, for the tourism industry to thrive and sustain itself in Mauritius (and anywhere else, for that matter!), operators imperatively need to move towards ecotourism, there is a certain confusion about what ecotourism really is. The recent eco-tourist project of a cable car over Tamarind Falls, for which an Environment Impact Assessment was not even carried out and which would involve the felling or p...