About Ambiance Holidays

Ambiance Holidays is a newly-established Destination Management Company, founded in February 2022 and based in Quatres Bornes. Founded and managed by seasoned travel professionals, Ambiance is backed by experts with long-standing experience in the country’s inbound travel and hospitality industry.

With a team of passionate and dedicated professionals, they are thrived to deliver a level of services which will help their clients to create memories and experiences of their holidays in Mauritius at competitive prices and also exceed their expectations.

Ambiance adheres to strict standards of service excellence. Operating their own fleet of vehicles for transfers and excursions, they offer an impressive menu of land, sea, and air activities, and the most competitive rates for accommodations across the country.

Tourist destination highlights

• Explore the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden in Port Louis.

• Relax on a boat trip around the Mauritius coast.

• Search for wildlife in the Black River Gorge National Park.

• Visit the sand dunes of the Seven Coloured Earth.

• Learn about Mauritian history at L’Adventure du Sucre Museum.

• Sample locally produced rum on a distillery tour.

• Browse the Market in Quatre bornes.

Ambiance Holidays

Mr. Sylvain Meyepa
Ave Draper, Quatre Bornes

Tel: +230 4608423

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• Car rental
• Transfers
• Meet and Greet
• Wedding & Special Occasions
• Accommodation
• Excursions

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Mauritius Air Excursions
Mauritius Golf Packages
Mauritius Land Excursions
Mauritius Sea Excursions
Mauritius Sightseeing Excursions

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Destination Overview

Mauritius, island country in the Indian Ocean, located off the eastern coast of Africa. Physiographically, it is part of the Mascarene Islands. The capital is Port Louis.

Mauritius lies about 500 miles (800 km) east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. Its outlying territories are Rodrigues Island, situated about 340 miles (550 km) eastward, the Cargados Carajos Shoals, 250 miles (400 km) northeastward, and the Agalega Islands, 580 miles (930 km) northward from the main island. Mauritius also claims sovereignty over the Chagos Archipelago (including Diego Garcia), some 1,250 miles (2,000 km) to the northeast, although this claim is disputed by Britain.

English and French are the two most widely spoken languages on the island. The locals converse in Mauritian Creole, a unique language deriving its structure from French with some African influences.

Mauritius’ most popular native music and dance style is the Sega music which traces back its origin to the slave population. The songs are sung in Creole, and while dancing, the dancers never let their feet lose contact with the ground.

Mauritius’ national flag is also referred to as the Four Bands owing to the four coloured stripes each with its significance – Red symbolizes the bloodshed for abolishing slavery and attaining independence, Blue symbolizes the vast and mighty Indian Ocean surrounding Mauritius, Yellow symbolizes the bright and shining future ahead, and Green symbolizes the lush green vegetation on the island.

Chamarel – One of Mauritius’ most popular tourist destinations. A unique volcanic geological phenomenon that has caused seven different colours of earth to form into swirls. You have to take a panoramic route through a tropical forest and past an 83-metre high waterfall to reach it.

Macondé Viewpoint – If you’re planning a road trip along the south coast of Mauritius make sure you add Macondé viewpoint to your list. Macondé viewpoint, also known as Captain Matthew Flinders Monument, is located across a hairpin turn and offers incredible views over the Indian Ocean.

Aapravasi Ghat and Le Morne Cultural Landscape – There are two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Mauritius that are both definitely things to see. Aapravasi Ghat and Le Morne Cultural Landscape are both magnificent sights not to be missed. Aapravasi Ghat was a landing point for the indentured slaves, mostly from India, in the 19th century, following the abolition of slavery in 1834. It is a fascinating piece of the nations history. The Le Morne mountain and Aapravasi Ghat are amazing sites that this is definitely one of the best things to do in Mauritius.

Ile Des Deux Cocos  – If you’ve ever dreamt of owning your own private island, a day trip to Ile des Deux Cocos is sure to reignite those dreams of luxury. Visit this small island, just off the coast of Mauritius, and experience true relaxation. Savour some sumptuous cuisine on the beach or in the shade of a marquee, or sip rum cocktails from the comfort of your sun lounger.Ile des Deux Cocos is ripe for exploration – walking paths across the island, glass bottom boats and beachside ice cream carts offer all the entertainment and refreshment you need for a chilled out day.

Casela Nature Park – Casela Nature Park was created to nurture Mauritius’s native animals and natural environment. The park is home to some of Africa’s most famous big cats, such as lions, lynxes and leopards.Set aside an afternoon to make sure that you see everything the park has to offer. If you’re brave enough, there’s also an opportunity to walk with the park’s lions! Does that seem a little too daunting? There is also an option for a furry herbivore friend and feed the giraffes or the colourful lorikeet birds.

Port Louis – The capital and largest city is definitely one of the first places to visit in Mauritius. It’s a chance to see what everyday urban life is like in Mauritius. Enjoy the French colonial-inspired architecture of the old city and the relaxed shopping and dining area at the Caudan Waterfront. You will have to wade past the big international brand stores, but there are some hidden local retail gems hidden between these. Chinatown is a fun place to visit too.

Grand Bassin – Also known as Ganga Talao, is a secluded crater lake in Mauritius. The lake is significant for Hindus and is believed to be a sacred place. Its fame came about because a priest saw the water of the lake flowing from the goddess Ganga in a dream. Shortly afterwards, the lake became a pilgrimage site. When you visit Grand Bassin, you’ll find shrines and statues that are dedicated to Hindu deities surrounding the lake. You’re also likely to see Hindu devotees praying to them, presenting them with offerings and burning incense. For people of any, or no religion, the sight is a truly touching experience.

Bois Chéri Tea Plantation – Visit the first ever tea plantation in Mauritius and you can tour the grounds, see the factory and, most importantly, taste the teas. On your trip, you’ll learn about Mauritius’s extensive history of tea production and how Bois Chéri make tea today. Try Bois Chéri’s range of flavoured, green and herbal teas and see which one you like best!

Blue Bay – Blue Bay is probably the most popular places to see in Mauritius for tourists. It is an amazing place where you can scuba dive, snorkel, surf, sail or enjoy any water sport you desire, or spend the day sunbathing with a tropical drink in your hand. No better way to relax and enjoy your vacation.

Mahebourg  – The Market of Mahebourg is a wonderful experience where you will find so many unique products, tropical fruits and vegetables, fresh fish, local arts and crafts, spices, teas and much more. It is where you will be able to become a part of the local customs and traditions. Mahebourg is one of Mauritius attractions that unmissable, enjoy your day wandering the market and treat yourself to a traditional Creole lunch.

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