One of the many pleasures of Mauritius is the seemingly-endless supply of public holidays. I’m joking! Well, not really – having a day off from time to time is fun, of course, but what makes these days truly special is that everybody, regardless of ethnicity and religion, celebrates each other’s festivities – Maha Shivaratri, Christmas, Eid al-Fitr, Diwali, you name it.
Overlooking the ocean on one side and the marina on the other, the Seeloy Island Club at La Balise Marina offers some of the island’s best vistas in a perfectly relaxed atmosphere.
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