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Explore the diversity of Mauritius with Co-op Travel 

A holiday in Mauritius is more than just a beach holiday, though the beaches are beautiful. Mauritius offers diversity in every way – a harmonic blend of cultures, a variety of landscapes and wildlife, and historical landmarks left behind by different civilisations, all leaving their unique mark on the island. 

Whether you’re looking for rejuvenation with a peaceful beach holiday, water sports activities, or a chance to explore colonial history through fascinating landmarks, Mauritius has it all. 

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    Mauritius holiday highlights 

    Famous for lush landscapes, cultural diversity and idyllic beaches, Mauritius has an abundance of exciting experiences to offer any visitor to the island. Here are top ten things to do when on holiday in Mauritius: 

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    1. De-stress on the beaches

    Bask on the paradise-like beaches of Trou aux Biches, Flic en Flac, and Belle Mare. Soak up the sun on the tropical shoreline or bathe in the warm turquoise waters.

    Mauritius overview

    Mauritius was first discovered by Arab sailors in the 10th century, though the original inhabitants are believed to be Austronesian-speaking people from Madagascar.  

    The island is known for its multiculturalism and diverse population, where people of European, Indian, Chinese and African descent have made their home. You’ll hear English, Mauritian Creole and French spoken on the island and will see a similarly diverse patchwork of faiths from Islam and Christianity to Hinduism and Buddhism all coexisting in harmony. 

    Sega is the traditional music and dance of Mauritius. It has African origins and is characterised by lively rhythms, colourful costumes and energetic dancing. The island is well known for intricate wooden model boats and textiles. 

    What to eat in Mauritius

    Mauritian cuisine is as diverse as its multicultural society, a fusion of flavours to celebrate the heritage of the island. Curry and rice are staple dishes that are paired with a variety of meats, seafood and vegetables. With each community contributing its own spice palette, you’ll find a curry to suit your taste buds, or enjoy tasting them all. Seafood including crab, octopus and squid are commonly used in dishes, such as the local delicacy vindaye poisson, a tangy spiced fish dish. To refresh your palate there can only be one way – the delicious tropical fruit. Enjoy a platter of fresh pineapple, mangoes, lychees, papayas and bananas, all locally grown and bursting with flavour. 

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