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Take a few hours or a half-day for a speed boat excursion to see spinner dolphin and bottlenose dolphin up close.
- Shop at Flacq Market, a colorful open air market on the eastern side of the island that offers vibrant textiles, fresh fruit, and much more.
- Order some local fare; eat farata bread with Mauritian curry and wash it down with a cocktail of coconut water, lime, and local rum over ice.
- Book a VIP suite at Champ de Mars, the oldest horse-racing club in the southern hemisphere, and enjoy the eccentric atmosphere of this unexpected island pastime.
Our handpicked preferred properties include exclusive 19th century Kasbahs, luxurious seaside spa retreats, endlessly charming boutique properties and the world’s most over-the-top glittering skyscrapers. Explore our curated selection and let us know if you’d like to incorporate one or a few in to your next trip.
Lori & Bill Weitzel
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