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Mauritius or Goa – There Really is No Choice!

Sun, sand and shorelines. Tall palms, white sands and clear white waters.

For many, there may be no better place on the planet to be lazy than on one of Goa‘s shorelines. With palm trees on one side of the white sands and delicately lapping waves on the other, it is the best of the shorelines experience your picture of a tropical heaven.  North Goa and South Goa bring you can eclectic mix of hikers, gatherings, parties and best beaches.

Mauritius is an intriguing, one-of-its-kind island country. Cobalt blue ocean, white sandy beaches and luxurious hotels — perfect destination for sunbathing and swimming. Add to this, the delights of Chinese, Indian, French and African cooking, the stirring beat of séga music and the irresistible party spirit of local people… and you soon comprehend why Mauritius truly is a celebration of its kind.


Dudhsagar Falls (Goa): It gives you a spectacular view of the forest and the waterfall.

Chamarel (Mauritius): Carmel park, a village, has attractions like Seven Coloured Earths, the Chamarel Falls and the Black River Gorges National Park.


Cavelossim Beach (Goa): Black lava rocks contrasting white sand adds to the beauty of this beach.

Grand Bassin (Mauritius): Grand Bassin or Ganga Talao is a crater lake formed by the action of volcanoes. This lake lies within the crater of a volcano. This place has a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is considered the most sacred Hindu place in Mauritius.


Caranzalem Beach (Goa): One can try water-sports on this beach as well as swimming as there is no underwater current. The food here is also amongst the best cuisines of Goa.

Ile Aux Cerfs (Mauritius): Ile Aus Cerfs is a privately owned island near the east coast famous for water sports. The place is known for its golf course and beaches.


Palolem Beach (Goa): This is a beautiful beach surrounded by large green palm trees and steep rocks.

Le Morne Brabant (Mauritius): Le Morne Brabant is a peninsula at the extreme tip of Mauritius. Le Morne Brabant also has the Aapravasighat, which is the first World Heritage Site in Mauritius.


Aguada Fort (Goa): One of the best examples of the Goan architecture, this fort is situated in the estuary of the river Mandovi.

Port Louis (Mauritius): Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius, is surrounded by beautiful mountains. It was founded by the French in 1735. It has some of the best French architecture. The central market here provides you the best shopping experience in Mauritius.

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