This year is finally at its end, and that basically means that you get to plan your business trips and vacations for 2018.
In all your planning and saving, take the time to consider Mauritius as one of your next destinations. Mauritius is the only sub-Saharan African country that has been named one of the top 10 countries to visit in 2018.
Pause for a second and just picture it: the pristine white beaches, the crystal clear sapphire seas, the warm and friendly hospitality, diverse culture, mouth-watering cuisine and a vast array of sporting and adventurous activities, perfect for team building and honeymoons. The place is honestly a pure dream you don’t want to wake up from.
Lonely Planet’s “Best in Travel”, an annual best-seller that predicts the next year’s must-vsit countries regions and cities. The destinations that are selected must offer people that are travelling to them a outstanding experience in the year ahead, such as something special that is set to occur in that year. Thus in 2018 Mauritius has some pretty big plans to entertain visitors to their country, as well as the country’s natives.
Mauritius will be celebrating a momentous milestone next year, as 2018 marks the country’s 50th Anniversary of independence. In order to commemorate this, there will be a series of national events which will culminate in March 2018.
The best part for all South Africans, is that there’s pretty much no hassle when it comes to travelling to Mauritius. It’s just a just a short, four-hour trip from South Africa, with flights departing from Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. No visas are required, which takes another travel hassle out of deciding where to book your next holiday, and the wide variety of accommodation on offer, from 5-star luxury hotels to self-catering apartments, makes this destination even more appealing for travelers.
Make it your next travel destination for 2018, you have no reason not to.