Romantic Mauritius HN02

7 Days From £0 (1,461 USD)

This is an honeymoon package (with flights from Kenya), designed as the perfect romantic gateway for you and your partner after the wedding.The package will give you a taste of Mauritius’s North and South Coast with day trips and excursions included.

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Key Information

Travel Style: Private Tour
Start Location: Mauritius
End Location: Mauritius
Accommodation: Hotels
Period: All Year Round
Difficulty: Suitable for Most Travellers

About The Operator

Accreditations: IATA ASTA
Years In Business: 14

This is an honeymoon package, designed as the perfect romantic gateway for you and your partner after the wedding.

The package will give you a taste of Mauritius’s North and South Coast with brief tours. A visit to the Botanical Gardens is an experience that you will live to remember. The tour will also take you to the Ile Aux Cerfs; watch water falls and enjoy water sports and activities.

Description

A full day by day itinerary will be provided by the tour operator when you make an enquiry about this holiday.

Includes
-Special welcome wine and flowers in honeymooners room
- Return Flights Nairobi - Mauritius-Nairobi (Economy class by Kenya Airways).
(Flight Note: In case of any increase in airfare or taxes prior to departure, the difference has to be paid)
- 7 Nights Accommodation at Veranda Bungalow Village on Half board basis
- 06 Breakfast, 06 Dinners
- 1 Full day tour to North Island with Pamplemoses Garden
- 1 Full day tour south Island with Chameral
- 1 Full day tour to Ile Aux Cerfs by Speed Boat

Excludes
- Airport Taxes
- Airfare based on date, in case of any increase in airfare or taxes prior to departure the difference has to be paid
- Personal expenses such as: laundry, drinks, Telephones and etc.

Prices per person - please submit an enquiry to receive a personalized itinerary and costs.

Itinerary
Day 01. ARRIVAL MAURITIUS Upon arrival at the the airport, you will be met by our representative and be transferred to your hotel for check-in. Mauritius is a petit Indian Ocean island that is one of the world’s finest sun, sand and sea destinations. The American writer Mark Twain was so enchanted by the islands exceptional beauty that he wrote:
Day 02. DAY TOUR After breakfast you will proceed on Tour to North Island, Pamplemousses Garden, Port Louis and Grand Baie. Port Louis: The capital and main port of Mauritius. The founder of the capital was the French Governor Mahe de Labourdonnais in 1735 .The habour is sheltered in a semi-circle of mountains. You will have some time to shop in the lively markets. The Royal Botanical Gardens: Away from the coast and almost directly south of Grand Baie is the Pamplemousses Gardens, also known as the Royal Botanical Gardens. Grand Baie: This is the main holiday center for Mauritians and tourists alike. This is a former tiny fishing village. The northern coastline beyond Tombeau Bay has many delightful beaches.The town of Grand-Baie is a charming village with white sand beaches, bordered with shops, restaurants and coconuts. After the tour return to the hotel. Dinner and Overnight at Veranda Bungalow Village
Day 03. AT LEISURE After breakfast at yor hotel, your day is free to enjoy Mauritius rich culture and history : a melting pot with four prominent ethnic groups: Indo-Mauritians –whose origins are in India; Creoles- of mixed African and European ancestry; Franco-Mauritians, the descendants of the original French settlers; and Sino-Mauritians, whose fore bearers can be traced back to China. All these people have multiplied with time, and had reached a count of 1.2 million by 2005.The Dutch were the first to make permanent settlement on the island, staying over between 1598 and 1712. They eventually lost their nerve after facing many trials brought by the forces of nature - cyclones, droughts floods. The French filled the void in the period 1715-1810,but lost out to Great Britain in the 1814 Treaty of Paris that followed the end of the Napoleonic Wars. The British remained in charge until independence in 1968. Dinner and Overnight at Veranda Bungalow Village
Day 04. DAY TOUR Breakfast and proceed for Tour to south Island, 7 Colour Chamerel and Curipip. Curepipe is located in the district of Plaines Wilhems in Mauritius, on the central plateau where where duty free shops, ships models boutique and Indian wear are just some of the bargains that can be found. Chamerel Coloured Earth: In the district of Black River are colored dunes of volcanic ash which are naturally displayed in the orderly pattern of 7 colors - resulting from weathering. The Chamarel coloured earths lie in the south east part of Mauritius and there is a great vantage point nearby, where one can view the spectacular waterfall which plunges more than 100 meters. Dinner and Overnight at Veranda Bungalow Village
Day 05. DAY TOUR After breakfast proceed to Ile Aux Cerfs by speed boat. Ile aux Cerfs has been called the mini Eden of Mauritius - a beautiful little island just off mainland mauritius , famous for its sandy beaches and clear shallow turquoise waters with plenty of palms for shade. Your day will be spent watching water falls and enjoying water sports activities - parasailing, kite boarding, snorkelling are just some of the activities you can engage in. The island commands a breathtaking view of the mainland with its mountainous backdrop. Dinner and Over Night at Veranda Bungalow Village
Day 06. AT LEISURE All day relaxation at your beach hotel,appreciating Mauritius rich culture and history : a melting pot with four prominent ethnic groups: Indo-Mauritians –whose origins are in India; Creoles- of mixed African and European ancestry; Franco-Mauritians, the descendents of the original French settlers; and Sino-Mauritians, whose forbearers can be traced back to China. All these people have multiplied with time, and had reached a count of 1.2 million by 2005.The Dutch were the first to make permanent settlement on the island, staying over between 1598 and 1712. They eventually lost their nerve after facing many trials brought by the forces of nature - cyclones, droughts floods. The French filled the void in the period 1715-1810,but lost out to Great Britain in the 1814 Treaty of Paris that followed the end of the Napoleonic Wars. The British remained in charge until independence in 1968. Dinner & Overnight stay at Veranda Bungalow Village
Day 07. AT LEISURE All day relaxation at your beach hotel,appreciating Mauritius rich culture and history : a melting pot with four prominent ethnic groups: Indo-Mauritians –whose origins are in India; Creoles- of mixed African and European ancestry; Franco-Mauritians, the descendents of the original French settlers; and Sino-Mauritians, whose forbearers can be traced back to China. All these people have multiplied with time, and had reached a count of 1.2 million by 2005.The Dutch were the first to make permanent settlement on the island, staying over between 1598 and 1712. They eventually lost their nerve after facing many trials brought by the forces of nature - cyclones, droughts floods. The French filled the void in the period 1715-1810,but lost out to Great Britain in the 1814 Treaty of Paris that followed the end of the Napoleonic Wars. The British remained in charge until independence in 1968. Dinner & Overnight stay at Veranda Bungalow Village
Day 08. DEPARTURE After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your home bound fight.