The Mauritian Diaries continue with part 2, as one post just wasn’t enough to show and tell you how beautiful the island is. There’s so much so share that this travel diaries will be a 3 part series. Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, just over 2,000km off of the Southeast coast of Africa. The tranquillity and richness of the blue waters and white sands is really something special and obvious to picture due to its location. Paradise is real, so let me share with you snippets of the best bits.

Never before have I been to such a place, somewhere tropical and relaxing, and this island made all of my dreams come true. Not only is their beauty, there is so much culture in the inner parts of the island, which was an amazing opportunity to see. Even at the hotels, the culture continued with incredible cuisines and décor. We stayed at Lux Le Morne, a 5* resort on the southwest coast in Le Morne, a very remote village. The hotel was outstanding and really exceeded my expectations of being an ‘insta-perfect’ setting. I can just picture that this is what heaven would really look like with its infinity pools, fresh coconuts, a beautiful spa and a white sandy private beach. There isn’t much more you could ask for.

In terms of location, if you’re looking for a peaceful, luxurious and relaxing getaway then this place on the island is the perfect spot. Whether you’re into water sports or just lounging by the pool or the blue waters, then they buy cheap accutane online have you covered. I’m usually one to want to relax in the sun all day, but the water sports and excursions in the hotel were incredible and too hard to resist. You can choose from long bike rides through the island to discover new remote beaches or go snorkelling, kite-surfing and canoeing in the vibrant blue ocean. There’s everything you want here, I’m telling you! Every corner you turn you just want to take a picture.

One of the best activities and experiences was visiting and climbing Le Morne Brabant, the islands highest mountain with a summit of 600 metres. I’ve never climbed a mountain before, so it was scary and tougher than I thought (as it was all rock climbing, not just a simple climb!) but it was an incredible experience to see the island, lagoons and views from the top. You are taken up by an experienced islander, who tells you all about the culture, history and secrets of Mauritius. It really is an opportunity you should never turn down, and since this holiday my mind has really become set on wanting to try new things out of my comfort zone.

This holiday has really inspired me to want more from travelling, to experience more things and be more adventurous. I will be writing up another post sharing more about this incredible island, there’s so much more to share and it may inspire you to try new things!

What places have come away from and been inspired?

If you like this post you may also like Mauritius Diaries Part 1.

Megan ??


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