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  • Mauritius All inclusive holidays

    Mauritius has its own place in history, and in folk culture all over the world. It was home to the dodo, the now-extinct flightless bird that is still instantly recognisable from its squat form and large bill, despite only drawings and artificial recreations surviving to the present day. Other extinct bird species include the blue pigeon, which reputedly made a 'barf barf!' call, and at least one example is known to have been transported to Europe alive. The dodo is the most famous though - and its extinction was not in vain, as it led to much greater awareness of the threat posed by human intervention in natural habitats, and to conservation efforts as we know them today.

    Modern conservation on Mauritius

    Travel to the island today and conservation efforts are much more established, with earnest efforts dating only as far back as the 1980s. Since that time, there has been a roughly two-tiered approach to preserving the natural animal and plant life of Mauritius, and this involves safeguarding habitats in the wild where it is possible to do so, while operating breeding programmes to try and boost the populations of the most endangered species. Tourism is a hugely important economy on the island, so be assured that by visiting now, you are providing a source of income to those conservation efforts, rather than putting any present-day species at greater risk.

    All-inclusive resorts on Mauritius

    Mauritius has some truly world-class resorts, and its all-inclusive hotels are no exception. The island as a whole has won 'best in the world' awards on numerous occasions, along with 'best island' and 'best beach' titles too. Its coastline is met by warm tropical waters, with clear seas that make for ideal swimming and diving conditions, while inland it offers unusual geological features like the Seven Coloured Earths at Chamarel, an almost rainbow-effect formation of sand dunes.

    Why go all-inclusive to Mauritius?

    The luxury holiday market is crucial to the economy of Mauritius, and all-inclusive holidays to Mauritius are one of the most luxurious options of all, with your essentials covered by your ticket price upfront. Delicious and freshly prepared food is made with the island's local and imported ingredients, along with refreshing drinks, and in-resort entertainment that may be part of the single price you pay. Going all-inclusive also means that still have the choice of adding extra excursions to your trip once you arrive in your resort.

    Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Mauritius?

    Pay one price up front, and then you can forget about your holiday spending budget - as it’s already taken care of. That’s the peace of mind you get when choosing cheap all-inclusive holidays in Mauritius. One of the world’s most luxurious and tranquil destinations, it’s worth doing all you can to help you enjoy this place with as little stress as possible. With all your meals and drinks already provided for, all that’s left for you to do is enjoy them during your break.

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