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Mauritius: What To See And Where To Eat Halal?

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When we talk of scenic destinations that look absolutely gorgeous, Mauritius surely deserves one of the top spots. It is one of the most scintillating places to be – with its serene beaches, the jaw-dropping ambience, the party atmosphere and absolutely amazing halal food. So, here is your guide to know Mauritius – What to See and Where to Eat Halal.

If you happen to visit Mauritius or it is something on your to-do list and you are willing to strike it off soon, this is the guide you need to read. Let us talk about the best places to visit and the things to do in one of the most austere of scenic locations – Mauritius.

1. Le Morne Brabant

Le Morne Brabant Mauritius
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For all adventure junkies who want to climb to the mountains and have exceptional hiking experience, you just cannot miss out on this beautiful range. The view from the top of the mountain is worth every bit of effort it takes to climb it. When you are here, make sure to either catch the beautiful sunrise or the glorious sunset.

2. The Submarine Tour

Blue Safari Submarine
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When you are looking to relish every moment of your time spent at Mauritius, make sure to steal an underwater voyage as you can glide into the beautiful scenic water and watch the sea life all around you.  The scenery inside the water is going to leave you awestruck. You will also come across coral formations and even shipwreck as well. It is an experience worth cherishing.

3. The Mont Choisy Beach

Mont choisy beach
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Of course, Mauritius is the ultimate beach in heaven. While there are too many beaches you could visit, this one surely deserves a special mention. The white sandy beaches are a treat to the eye. You can also indulge in plenty of water sports activities along with the likes of snorkelling as well. It is good for those who are looking to get a tan. However, it can get a little crowded at times.

4. The Tamarin Bay

Tamarin, Mauritius
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Dolphin watching is one of those activities which people absolutely adore. If you too have a fetish for engaging in such activities, you should definitely visit here. The beach isn’t huge but you can join tours where not only will you spot dolphins, but you can swim with them as well.

Travel tip: Try and head to the beach in the morning as it tends to get too congested as the hours’ pass.

5. Black River Gorges National Park

Black River Gorges National Park
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Home to some of the native species of Mauritius, it covers nearly 2% of the island. If you love spotting wild animals and the wilderness of an outback, there is no other place you would rather be. Feel free to spend a day here and you are likely to be lucky enough to spot some exotic wild animals and endangered birds as well. The tranquillity of the place and the majestic backdrop, add to its enchanting appeal.

Halal food in Mauritius

Now that you know the amazing activities and things to enjoy while in Mauritius, the next major thing you need to bother about has to be food. Mauritius is one such place where finding a halal meal will not be a problem for you.

With nearly 15 to 18% of the population comprising of Muslims, nearly all major eateries including the likes of McDonald’s, KFC, Steers, and Pizza Hut will display a halal certificate. If you are looking for street halal food, you will need to ask the vendors and you need to trust the word of mouth. However, owing to the abundance of halal meat, food should not be a problem for you.

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With these exciting details at your fingertips, when are you going to plan your next vacation here? We are sure that you will have a trip to cherish for a lifetime!