Win a trip to Mauritius valued at R75000

Win a trip to Mauritius

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Is Mauritius on your bucket list?

Would you like to win a trip to Mauritius valued at R75000?

The prize includes seven nights' all inclusive accommodation at the 5-star Shandrani Beachcomber Resort & Spa in Mauritius for two people, with return economy flights on Air Mauritius.

Competition closes on 7 April 2017.

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Mauritius: A Tropical Paradise Beckons

Imagine a destination where azure waters meet powdery white sand beaches, where lush green landscapes seamlessly blend with vibrant cultural heritage. Welcome to Mauritius, a tiny island nation in the Indian Ocean, renowned for its pristine beauty, warm hospitality, and a kaleidoscope of experiences. In this post, we will embark on a virtual journey to explore the wonders of Mauritius, revealing why it is a must-visit destination for any avid traveler seeking a tropical escape.

  1. Idyllic Beaches and Crystal Clear Waters: Mauritius boasts some of the world's most breathtaking beaches, each with its own unique charm. From the popular Belle Mare and Trou aux Biches to the secluded Le Morne and Ile aux Cerfs, visitors are spoiled for choice. Dive into the turquoise waters to explore vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life, embark on thrilling water sports adventures like snorkeling and kiteboarding, or simply bask in the sun while savoring the island's serene atmosphere. The postcard-perfect beaches of Mauritius create an ideal setting for relaxation, romance, and unforgettable moments.
  2. Cultural Melting Pot: Beyond its natural beauty, Mauritius is a melting pot of cultures, with influences from Africa, Europe, India, and China. The island's diverse heritage is reflected in its architecture, cuisine, and festivals. Explore the bustling streets of Port Louis, the capital city, and marvel at its colonial-era buildings and colorful markets. Indulge in a culinary journey, savoring delectable Creole, Indian, and Chinese dishes infused with local flavors. Don't miss the chance to immerse yourself in the vibrant celebrations of Diwali, Eid, and Chinese New Year, where the island comes alive with traditional music, dance, and street parades.
  3. Nature's Masterpieces: Mauritius isn't just about beaches; it also offers breathtaking natural wonders. Venture inland to discover cascading waterfalls like Chamarel and Tamarin Falls, surrounded by lush vegetation. Take a trip to Black River Gorges National Park, a haven for hikers and nature lovers, where you can encounter rare bird species and marvel at panoramic views from the island's highest peak, Piton de la Petite Rivière Noire. The famous Seven Colored Earths in Chamarel, a natural phenomenon where sand dunes display an array of vibrant hues, is a sight that will leave you in awe. From botanical gardens to wildlife reserves, Mauritius embraces nature's wonders at every turn.

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  1. Adventure and Thrills: Mauritius offers more than just serene beaches and cultural experiences; it also caters to adrenaline seekers and adventure enthusiasts. Explore the underwater world through scuba diving or embark on a thrilling deep-sea fishing excursion. Go hiking or zip-lining through the island's lush forests, discovering hidden trails and panoramic viewpoints along the way. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, kite-surfing and wind-surfing are popular activities due to the island's favorable wind conditions. With its diverse landscapes and thrilling outdoor adventures, Mauritius presents an ideal playground for those looking to inject excitement and unforgettable experiences into their tropical getaway.

Mauritius, with its unrivaled beauty and captivating experiences, beckons travelers from around the world. Whether you seek relaxation on pristine beaches, a cultural adventure through its vibrant towns, or encounters with nature's masterpieces, this tropical paradise has it all. The warmth and friendliness of the Mauritian people, combined with the island's rich history and natural splendor, create an unforgettable destination. So, pack your bags, dive into the crystal-clear waters, and let the allure of Mauritius transport you to a world of blissful serenity and enchantment.

Get more inspiration about the wonderful island of Mauritius here:

10 Family-friendly things to do in Mauritius Besides Water Sports 

10 myths and misconceptions about Mauritius - Dispelled 

Life is sweet at Sugar Beach Mauritius 

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15 comments on “Win a trip to Mauritius valued at R75000”

  1. Entered this amazing competition. What a treat this would be for us to celebrate our 45th anniversary in Mauritius. Would be a dream come true.

  2. Mauritius - my home island! It is as beautiful as it looks on the images, if not even more once you visit it. It's more than just beaches too. Shandrani is amazing - I had a great stay there last winter.

  3. Wow what a beautiful place would love to go to Mauritius for a holiday, never been there but everyone around me takes about the lovely beach

    1. Have you entered the competition Gabie? Mauritius looks awesome although I've never been there yet either.

  4. Hi Jurga
    You have to click on the image to enter. But yes, it is only open to South Africans, unfortunately.

  5. I would have loved to try, but the 'Sign Up To Win!' button doesn't work... 🙁 Oh well, I guess it's for South Africans only anyway (maybe that's why it doesn't work for me)... Mauritius looks amazing!

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