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 News - 22-Dec-2018

Where To Go For Some New Year Sun


At the time of this writing, the festive season is in full swing and, with less than a week until the big day, many people's thoughts are turning to a sunshine break when the New Year comes. But where could you go for some well-deserved rest and relaxation after the chaos of December
There are obviously a number of European destinations that are quite popular as winter breaks. However, if you are looking for some guaranteed sunshine and warm weather, the Indian Ocean is the perfect destination. Indeed, luxury Mauritius holidays are hugely popular at this time of year; and if you are lucky, you may be able to nab a cheap package.


Why Mauritius

There are countless reasons to visit Mauritius; this is quite apart from the fact it has a tropical climate with year-round warm temperatures that makes it the perfect winter destination. It is an absolutely stunning country well-known for its white sandy beaches, warm tropical waters, lush vegetation, and superb resorts.

Those who choose to visit Mauritius have plenty to look forward to. This beautiful corner of the world is synonymous with luxury holidays. There are just so many five-star resorts to choose from, each offering an experience of what dream holidays should be about.

If you do decide to visit Mauritius in the New Year, you can look forward to temperatures in the late twenties to early thirties Celsius. December, January, and February are the warmest months of the year. Summer runs from November to April in Mauritius, and this is when the sea temperatures are warmest. Actually, as with all areas at that latitude, there are only two seasons - summer and winter.


Things to Do in Mauritius

While Mauritius is famous for its fabulous beaches, there is so much more to do than just laze in the sunshine sipping mouth-watering cocktails (although this is the idea of heaven for many people!).

If you do want a bit more fun and adventure, you will not be disappointed. Most resorts have great programmes of activities that include land- and water-based sports. For example, you may be able to try your hand at water-skiing, kayaking, windsurfing, or even parasailing.

Snorkelling and scuba diving are very popular activities as there is much to see in the Indian Ocean. The waters around Mauritius teem with life, and there are beautiful corals that are truly spectacular to behold.

Outside the resorts there are many fabulous things to do. Hotels and resorts often arrange excursions to places such as Chamarel, the small village that is famous for its seven different coloured layers of sand.

Dolphin-spotting tours and catamaran sailing trips are also popular. Some visitors like to go to the capital city of Port Louis for some shopping or to see the wonderful colonial architecture. Le Caudan Waterfront is the perfect place to shop, with over 170 different boutiques, cafes, and restaurants for all to enjoy; there is even a casino.


Booking a Luxury Mauritius Holiday

If you think you would like to visit this wonderful country, call us at Mauritius Holidays Direct. We are specialists when it comes to creating dream holidays to this Indian Ocean destination. Call today to speak with one of our experts for more information and to get a competitive quote.

 
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