Serviced Offices Mauritius
Mauritius is an island nation located in the Indian Ocean. It is officially the Republic of Mauritius, situated east of Madagascar and south east of the Seychelles. Roughly 2,000 km (1,200 miles) off the south-east coast of Africa, Mauritius also controls Rodrigues Island and the islands of Agalega and Cargados Garayos (Saint Brandon). The capital and largest city of Mauritius is Port Louis. Mauritius offers popular white sand beaches, luxury hotels, superb hiking, mountain climbing, diving, and ecotourism options.
Mauritius has an economy based on tourism, agriculture (mainly sugar), textiles, and financial services. There are also growing sectors in information and communication technology, seafood, property development, healthcare, renewable energy, and education and training. Notable companies in Mauritius include Air Mauritius, Emtel, Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation, Mauritius Telecom, National Transport Corporation, and Rogers Group. There are many locations throughout Mauritius for serviced office space to let.
Entertainment And Dining Out
There are a great many activities on the island, including deep sea game fishing. This popular sport allows you the opportunity to catch blue or black marlin, sailfish, wahoo, yellow fin tuna, giant trevally, dogtooth tuna, bonito, dorado, sharks, and many other varieties. You can also take a safari quad biking tour. This is often done in the Yemen natural reserve park, providing the opportunity to see deer, zebras, ostriches, African antelopes, wild boars, and many other species of wildlife. Mauritius offers a variety of local dishes that include rice or a variety of flat bread called chapattis or roti, which is eaten with curries. Spices such as saffron, cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves are used extensively, as are thyme, basil, and curry leaves. One specialty is Dal – an variety of lentil soup.
The Mauritius Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport is located 6km (4 miles) from Mahebourg and 40 km (25 miles) from Port Louis. The best way to get around Mauritius is by bus or taxi. The bus network criss-crosses the island with main routes running between Mahébourg, Curepipe, Port Louis and Grand Baie. Buses are frequent and reliable and express buses also run on these routes, offering a faster commute. Taxis are extremely easy to catch and are an efficient way to travel around the island. You can also rent bicycles, cars, or motorbikes. Mauritius has an extensive network of roads to travel on with the M2 being the major connection between the airport, Vacoas-Phoenix, Quatre Bornes and Port Louis.