An end-to-end look at Mauritius
Barefoot luxury, Robinson Crusoe beaches, paradise found’ – most travel clichés could have been written for Mauritius. And it’s known the world over for its white sands, turquoise sea and green mountains. In fact, Mark Twain even wrote, “heaven was copied after Mauritius”. But there’s much more to see than the inside of a parasol – with two sides to this exotic island. Bustling markets and balmy beaches in the north? Or the quieter, rugged nature of the south? The island’s not too big – so it’s easy to do both ends over a couple of days.