10 things you may not know about Mauritius!

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1. The extinct dodo bird's sole known habitat is the island of Mauritius.
2. Before the advent of Dutch settlers on the island in the 17th century, it was deserted.
3. At various points in its history, the island was a colony of the Netherlands, France, and the United Kingdom.
4. One of the three official languages of the nation, along with Creole and English, is French.
5. The island country is regarded as a developed nation and has a living level that is reasonably high.
6. The export of sugar, textiles, and tourism are the three main drivers of Mauritius' economy.
7. A wide variety of plant and animal species can be found there, including many endemic ones unique to the island.
8. More than 1,000 species of fish live on the coral reefs of the island, which are home to a diverse range of marine life.
9. The Pamplemousses Garden botanical garden on the island is well-known for housing various plants.
10. The island nation is well-known for its upscale resorts and world-class beaches, which draw numerous visitors worldwide.

The enchanted island of Mauritius will elevate your spirits and give you the impression that you are one of the selected few. You will receive individualised service and welcoming interactions whenever you go as a guest. The island's people are known for their friendly smiles, so every encounter is an opportunity to make a new friend.

The island, an oasis of calm and tranquillity, is in a turquoise sea. The island is a cultural melting pot where the past and modern coexist. This results in an undeniable beauty that will have you yearning to visit its shores often and with lasting memories. The island provides a variety of tastes and colours that will surely please all of your senses.

The fact that Mauritius is a melting pot of cultures with influences from the Dutch, French, and British, who ruled the island at various points in history, is one of its distinctive features. A wide variety of plant and animal species can be found there, including many endemic ones unique to the island. More than 1,000 species of fish live on the coral reefs of the island, which are home to a diverse range of marine life.

Also well-known for its upscale resorts and world-class beaches, Mauritius draws visitors from all over the world. The island country is regarded as a developed nation and has a living level that is reasonably high. The export of sugar, textiles, and tourism are the three main drivers of Mauritius' economy.

In conclusion, Mauritius offers a magical and distinctive vacation experience that will leave you with lifelong memories. You'll want to return to the island repeatedly because of the welcoming people, the tranquil atmosphere, and the breathtaking natural beauty. 

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Karen Thornalley

2023-01-12 13:58:35

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