Ultimate Things to do in the North!
The North of Mauritius is remembered for its Ultimate list of things to do before you leave the Paradise. Northern Mauritius is renowned for its warm Mauritian hospitality and has become a preferred landing strip for most tourists. Ideal for its cozy weather, clear blue beaches and its vast array of clubs, the north is a hub for everyone who is filled with adrenaline! One of the most iconic features in the North is located in the village of Cap Malheureux known as Notre-Dame Auxiliatrice de Cap Malheureux. A church prominent for its red roof tops and exotic backdrop makes it an eye catching feature of the north. Thanks to Bollywood and Hollywood, This is considered as one of the best Churches in Mauritius and is always an Iconic scene in many of their Movies! The luscious natural landscape gives a tranquil environment to unwind offering a one – stop shop for an ultimate Mauritian holiday experience. That’s not it; North is blessed with beautiful and luxe village of Grand Baie – a place which has all the virtues of the beach resorts like the rest of the world! Known as the Bay without the end, Grand Bay is popular for its delicious street food, over the top decorated clubs, hyperactive pubs and of course, did we miss out Shopping?
Witness the sandy white beaches adjoining beautiful beach front stores and hordes of tourists getting their much needed sun tan right under the bright tropical Sun light. The Pereybere beach is a name on every person’s tongue when they step foot in Mauritius as it leaves you breathless with its pristine turquoise sea, guarded with lush green casuarina trees, giving you an ethereal impression of the place in itself. To add to the ultimate things to do in Mauritius, hop in an underwater scooter and Dive beyond the usual activities such as Kayak, Submarine Excursions among many others. Most importantly, Don’t forget to visit Grand Baie La croisette – A ginormous mall that has all your needs under one roof. In case you do, fret not. As the famous saying goes, ‘The North Remembers!’