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Mauritius Car Hire & Travel Information

The island of Mauritius is an exciting blend of different cultures and influences.  This is a holiday destination that will wow even the most seasoned traveller, particularly those who love the great outdoors as there are plenty of opportunities to go hiking, diving and mountain climbing.

No description of Mauritius should ever leave out the beaches – they are definitely world class.  They can be found all around the island and each one is picture perfect.  The third largest coral reef in the world can be found around the island and hundreds of people come here each year just for the diving.  Along the east coast of the country there are a number of tranquil fishing villages where you can clearly see the mixed British and French heritage of the country.

If you want to have a combination of beaches and nightlife then the northern part of the island is where you should go.  The capital of the island, Port Louis, can be found in the west and you can keep yourself busy exploring the shops and enjoying a great meal or two in one of the restaurants.  There is a market that dates back to colonial times that is the perfect place to find a bargain or two.  Also in the west of the country you can find the rum distilleries or go on a dolphin safari, but many come to the region to climb Le Morne Mountain.  Runaway slaves used to hide here, but it is now UNESCO listed.      

If you move further inland you will find dense forests that are home to rare flora and fauna and it is definitely worth a day or two exploring here.

Exploring the island is not that difficult with a major road that runs from the north to the south.  Other roads are not in very bad condition although some are very narrow.  If you want to drive yourself around the island then car hire is the answer.  There are both local and international companies represented on the island.

Car rental on Mauritius is also a good idea if you want to choose accommodation that is off the beaten track.  Many visitors to the island opt for self-catering accommodation because there are good quality supermarkets and markets where you can purchase local produce.   The bamboo cottages in the hills of the Domaine du Chasseur hunting reserve are unique and will help to ensure that you have a holiday to remember.