The seven-coloured sands of Chamarel, Mauritius.
Creole food and culture are as alluring as its blue waters.
Here’s a novel idea: Holiday in romantic Mauritius with the entire family—grandparents and little ones included. Contrary to popular belief, the island has a lot more to it than just honeymooner-friendly resorts. Get a visa on arrival, rent a spacious car, and self-drive your way through the island. Easy, because Mauritians drive on the left side too.
Settle into the island pace of life with a languid first day at your resort’s beach: long walks, slow meals, and plenty of swim time are recommended. The next morning, hop on a catamaran at Trou d’Eau Douce Bay and head to Île aux Cerfs. This island off the eastern coast is geared for family fun: Water babies can parasail and snorkel, the adventurous can kayak down placid streams lined with thick vegetation, kids can zipline and walk along footbridges connecting treetops. The calm, shallow lagoons are perfect for languid afternoon dips, even for non-swimmers.
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