10 Attractions You Can Visit with Air Mauritius
As Mauritius’s National Airline, Air Mauritius, flies worldwide with direct and affordable flights from Cape Town and Beijing to Perth and Singapore.
Direct flights mean less time on stopovers and more time getting to enjoy the things you really want to experience. From the moment you get on board Air Mauritius you’ll enjoy the authentic Mauritian experience from beginning to end.
Here’s some of the extraordinary attractions you’ll be able to experience with Air Mauritius.
1. Visit ‘Table Mountain’ National Park, Cape Town.
Experience this beautiful world heritage site and Natural New 7 Wonder of the World. A stunning landscape of beautiful mountains and crystal seas – why not take a leisurely hike up the mountain, a bike tour or perhaps a cable car.
2. Watch the Singapore Grand Prix, Singapore.
One of the most spectacular races in the Formula 1 calendar – a must destination for any sports fan. Nothing quite beats the experience of being there - the smell of burning rubber, the sound of skidding breaks, make a memorable trip to Singapore with Air Mauritius.
3. Batu Caves and Temple Tour, Kuala Lumpur
Lying just outside of Kuala Lumpur a series of caves and cave temples are found, they are amongst one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India. Giant golden monuments, standing 140ft tall guard the caves and are a true spectacle, not to mention the impressive rock formations and caverns found inside.
4. Musee du Louvre, Paris
Whilst in Paris a trip to the Louvre Museum is a must. Housed in the impressive Louvre Palace, it is the world’s largest museum and an iconic monument in France. It is now home to over 37,000 exhibits from the Venus de Milo to the Mona Lisa, it really is an unmissable experience.
5. Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Perth
An afternoon well spent in Perth involves a leisurely stroll through this wondrous park. With a huge variety of flora and fauna to appreciate, as well as war memorials, aboriginal artwork and DNA tower, there is no shortage of things to see. If you find yourself there in September make sure you attend the Kings Park Festival – Australia’s largest wildflower show and exhibition. It’s quite the spectacle!
6. Nairobi National Park
With a large and varied wildlife population this park is superb for nature lovers. It is one of Kenya’s most successful rhinoceros sanctuaries and houses a wildlife conservation education centre. A safari trip around this park will certainly be a highlight of your trip to Africa.
7. Victoria and Albert Museum, London
The largest museum of decorative arts and design in the world - this museum houses some truly spectacular pieces amongst its 4.5million strong collection of objects. There are a lot of cultural offerings in London but the V and A museum should definitely be at the top of your list.
8. Lokobe Nature Special Reserve, Madagascar
A trip to Madagascar wouldn’t be complete without an encounter with a lemur, and there is no better place to do this than at the Lokobe Reserve. Still relatively untouched, this tropical paradise offers a truly unique and unforgettable experience.
9. Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong
This impressive museum offers a wide variety of collections and is a treat for any history buff. Established in 1975 it is now home to over 90,000 items, building a thorough image of South China throughout the past centuries.
10. Swaminarayan Akshardham, Delhi
This beautiful Hindu mandir is a visual and spiritual marvel. This attraction is inundated with intricate carvings inspired by a blend of architectural styles from across India. It is believed by followers to be the home of God on earth – certainly worth a visit.
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