View from Sugar Beach in Flic en Flac to Le Morne on Mauritius

Mauritius an Island Paradise

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Ahhh, back to island life…in record time, too! We left Koh Lanta, Thailand, spent two nights in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, two nights in Perth, Australia and then landed in Flic en Flac  – and we’ve quickly discovered Mauritius is an island paradise.

What makes Mauritius an island paradise? The air is clean and fresh, the water is cool and blue and the sand is soft and white. We can see mountains rising in the south from the beach and to the east from our rooftop deck. Both palm and pine trees provide shade along the popular public beach, but the warmth of the sun feels quite nice after a swim in the sea.

Mauritius an Island Paradise: View from our rooftop deck

View from our rooftop deck


Mauritius an Island Paradise: Looking south from Sugar Beach to Le Morne

Looking south from Sugar Beach to Le Morne


Mauritius an Island Paradise: Looking out to sea

Looking out to sea

We want to know: Have you been to Mauritius? Did you think it was an island paradise?

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