10 things not to do in Mauritius

#1 Do not spend the whole day at the beach

When it come to beaches, Mauritius is the best in the world. Never ending sandy beaches, eye candy landscapes and endless turquoise water like you have never seen before. The Mauritius beaches will only amaze you. When it comes to spending the whole day at the beach, it is absolutely out of question. Reasons are clear.  Mauritius is a tropical island and sun is omnipresent in that small piece of paradise. It is well known that sunshine not only makes everything look better but makes us feel good too. The fact is that ultraviolet rays (uv rays) from the sunlight can damage the cells in your body. If you are planning to go to the beach, the do not forget to take along your sunscreen. A good tip is to choose one which is water resistant. Otherwise, sun burns are only inevitable. Protect your skin or it will make your holiday worse.

#2 Do not go on bus trips after 6 p.m.

If you like going on trips by bus, then you might well find it difficult to access some places. Even some locals find it quite cumbersome to get from one place to the other if they are not taking their usual travel route. At first you will find it a bit difficult to go from one place to the other by bus, but as you get used to it, you’ll find it very easy. Bus tend to be very punctual. A good tip is to try to get on the bus stop 5-10 minutes before the usual time. Well, why not go on bus trips after 6 pm? Except for certain regions like Grand Baie, many places do not have a night life- especially the villages. After 6 O’clock, many of these places are left deserted. Bus companies stop their operation at 6.45 p.m. If you have traveled far from your hotel, you have 90% chance to go crazy finding a taxi or transport to bring you back. So, you better return back to your accommodation before 6.p.m

#3 Do not go hiking without a guide

Mauritius was once constituted of thick forest cut down by the first settlers. If you are a nature lover, you will definitely want to visit these places and you might also get lost in the process. Many thick bushes hide ravines. Many people got lost in the past without guides. These can be hired on spot. Practical advice if you want to make the most out of your visit.

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