Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority Reveals to the Saudi Travelers the Best-Kept Secret

Updated: Nov 29, 2019

Mauritius - although recognized for its extraordinary natural landscapes and marvels (like, for example, the Seven Colored Earths and Chamarel Waterfall) is, without a doubt, most well-known because of the sun, crystal clear tropical see and the beaches. This is what attracts people from Saudi Arabia to this tiny island in the middle of the Indian Ocean.

There are countless beautiful beaches around the island, and now for those who already experienced every corner of Mauritius and are looking for unique and hidden spots, Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) is revealing how you can reach one of the many uninhabited islands.

For the ultimate day of relaxation, escape the ordinary and book a day cruise to one of the many small uninhabited islands that surround the main island of Mauritius such as Ile aux Cerfs, Ile Plate, Ilot Gabriel, and Ile aux Bénitiers.

Choices are numerous but they all deliver a day of complete relaxation: swimming in the warm turquoise waters, soaking up the sunshine on the white sandy beaches, or enjoying the shade under old casuarinas or palm trees, swaying in the wind, and enjoying a delicious barbecue lunch of Mauritian cuisine!

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