Things To Do in Mauritius
There is something utterly uplifting about the sega dance, with its colourful costumes, rhythmic drums and energetic hip-swaying. Originally performed by African slaves, at first in an attempt to lighten their misery and later to celebrate their freedom, the sega is now symbolic of Mauritius and its carnival spirit.
This freedom and spirit has allowed this small island nation, it’s only 35 miles long by about 25 miles wide, to create an adventure playground. The resorts themselves, and especially the Beachcomber resorts in Mauritius, offer a whole host of free land and water sports, but get out and explore the island and you’ll find so much to explore and discover. As one Beachcomber guest remarked – “…A heavenly destination that offers spectacular scenery and limitless activities…”