Across the broad waters of the Indian Ocean, one will find the little Island of Mauritius. With a population of 1.2 million and a surface place of mere 1860 sq km, it just takes one hour and thirty minutes to travel from the north to the south. Here are some of the best attractions of Mauritius:
Balaclava Ruins at Turtle Bay
The secrecy behind Balaclava ruins is pulling the crowd toward the place every day and it is one of the most beautiful landmarks on the island of Mauritius.
Featuring the undying memories of a hard and challenging colonial period, Balaclava was the biggest fort that prevented the attacks towards the sugar estates. It is placed very near to Baie aux Tortunes which becomes popular after the giant tortoises found out here.
Maison Eureka at Moka District
Placed by the side of river Moka, this Creole house was built in the 1830 year but still the charm of this beautiful house is not diminished a little. 109 windows and doors make the home look big and it is the largest house on the island.
Domaine les Pailles
Damaine les Pailles is famous to be one of the oldest mountains on the Mauritius island. It has been turned to be a best centre of heritage and culture. The 17-year old estate is existing between the 2 big cities of the island named Port Louis and Quatre Bornes.
The distance of Mauritius flights from Cape Town is 4115 kilometers.
The common Cape Town to Mauritius flight time is five hours and five minutes.
There are two direct flights from Cape Town to Mauritius.
Air Mauritius provides hundred percent of the non-stop flights between Mauritius and Cape Town.
There is 1 airline that flies Cape Town to Mauritius direct.
There are two flights per week flying from Cape Town to Mauritius.
Generally the cheapest flights Cape Town to Mauritius book time is 2 months in advance. And the cheap days to fly are Wednesday, Tuesdays, and Saturdays. Sunday is the most costly.