Veranda Palmar Beach (Luxury at Lowest Rates): A 6N7D Mauritius Honeymoon Package @ INR 30,500 PP

Rightly famed for its sapphire-blue waters, powder-white beaches and, yes, resorts that provide a front-row seat onto some of the most beautiful views in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius offer places of the utmost refinement, of impeccable service, of facilities that range from pampering spas, designer rooms and extensive watersports options to dreamy swimming pools, expansive palm-strewn grounds and world-class restaurants. Your stay will live long in the memory and will have you dreaming of a return.

Veranda Palmar Beach, Mauritius

Honeymoon Freebies:- 

  • Free gifts in the room upon arrival.
  • Flower display.
  • Seasonal fruits.
  • A bottle of sparkling wine per stay.

*Honeymoon offer Condition: To avail honeymoon package rates clients have to show a Marriage Invitation Card not older than 6 months at the time of check-in at the hotel


  • Meal plan: Breakfast And Dinner
  • Airport Transfer: Arrival
  • Airport Transfer: Departure
  • Cab type: SIC
  • Visa
  • Free GSM SIM Card
  • Sightseeing:
    North island tour
    South Island Tour
    Le Aux Cerf Package

Other Inclusions (Free water activities [ as per hotel policy ] 
• Windsurfing 
• Pedal boat 
• Kayak 
• Aqua Gym 
• Mini Sails 
• Snorkeling 
• Glass bottom boat 
• Water skiing


  • Travel Insurance
  • Extra activities and Personal Expenses
  • Airfare
  • GST (9%)
  • Motorized water sports


Upon arrival in Mauritius, you will be transferred to the hotel. While the rest of your day is free at leisure.
Enjoy dinner and stay overnight at hotel/resort in Mauritius

The Ile Aux Cerfs beaches offer several water sports activities, restaurants and also a five stars hotel with a golf course, all making this amazing paradise island the perfect setting for a relaxing day of sun worship while enjoying various water sports, beach activities and even golfing.

On Ile Aux Cerfs you will find many restaurants that cater to almost every palate and you should definitely try some of the local cuisines. In addition, there is a big selection of water sports kiosks along certain parts of Ile Aux Cerfs beach.

What to do? Lie on a beach all day? Or enjoy the wonderful range of activities on offer? Either way, you can’t really lose and there’s not much you can’t do here on the water. – highlights include kite surfing, boat excursions to the beautiful islands of the lagoon, and the full suite of paddling activities offered by hotels and beach operators. But the diving and snorkelling here is terrific, encircled as Mauritius is by shallow waters, a coral reef, sublime underwater topography and a dramatic ocean drop-off. On land, you’ll need to decide between fabulous hiking, horse riding and even championship-standard golf courses.

Day 3: DAY AT LEISURE (or Full day Casela Bird Park for an Additional cost)
After breakfast, rest of the day at leisure.
Enjoy dinner and stay overnight at hotel/resort in Mauritius.

The Saint Aubin house was built in 1819. It has been home to several managers of the sugar estate, before being renovated in the 90’s in order to preserve a part of the Mauritian heritage. Today one may still see the beams and ship poles used in its original construction. You will also discover the vanilla plantation of the estate and the interesting transformation process of the vanilla orchid from the flower to the aromatic pod.

Grand Bassin (also known as Ganga Talao) is a lake situated 6km South East of Mare aux Vacoas in a secluded mountain area in the district of Savanne, deep in the heart of Mauritius. It is about 1800 feet (550m) above sea level. Grand Bassin with its Hindu temple is a holy lake for Mauritians of Hindu faith. The lake rests in the crater of an extinct volcano. It is said that the water inside the lake communicates with the waters of the holy Ganges of India. The Hindus of Mauritius declared the Grand Bassin as a Holy lake. The Hindu community performs there a pilgrimage every year on the Maha Sivaratri (Shiva’s Great Night), on this day they honour Lord Shiva. Beside the lake, there is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and other Gods including Hanuman, Lakshmi, and others.

Mangal Mahadev – Shiva Statue beside Grand Bassin. The statue is of 108 feet (33 meters) and is the highest known statue in Mauritius (and one of the 50 highest statues in the world). The sight of the Mangal Mahadev statue is quite impressive as it is beautiful crafted very big statue.

Mauritius National Botanical Garden. The botanical garden is home to an incredible variety of tropical plants, many of them indigenous. The Botanical Garden is one of the most visited sights in Mauritius. It was first opened as a private garden by the French governor of Mauritius nearly 300 years ago. The botanical garden stretches over endless acres of land and it can take you more than a week to cover the whole garden. The Botanical Garden is populated with more than 650 varieties of plants among which are the famous Baobabs, the palmier Bouteille, the ineluctable giant water lilies, dozens of medicinal plants, 85 different varieties of palms, a big spice garden and much more.

Sugar estate and Museum. The Sugar estate and Museum located at the North West of Mauritius stretches over 5000 square meters. In the estate, you will discover the profound effect and the key part of the sugar in the history and identity of Mauritius. You will also hear local sugar tales and stories on sugar in Mauritius and on its importance. As part of the sugar estate tour, you can see a selection of panorama videos and films on many sugar-related subjects. Also, you will have the opportunity to shop at the estate’s boutique. Be sure not to miss this great opportunity to enjoy the tastes and purchase unique-local made special sugars, and also the very famous local made Mauritian rum!

Visit and Tour of Port Louis. Enjoy a visit to Port Louis the capital of Mauritius. Port Louis is the Mauritius’ largest city and the economic and administrative centre of the island. Right off the main square, you can stroll beside the palm-lined Place d’Armes. You can see some wonderful French colonial buildings, especially the Government House and the Municipal Theater. You will have free
time to visit Port Louis Waterfront and the Le Caudan Waterfront shopping complex. The bustling Port Louis Waterfront offers exciting shopping and entertainment venues intermingle with world-class hotels and restaurants overlooking the Port Louis Harbor. The waterfront area has become an essential actor of the vivid tourism and cultural life in Mauritius. The craft market, in particular, is a hive of activity with wonderful ambience where you are sure to find a lot of souvenirs for the family back home. Another place to visit is the Port Louis central market – the market is a fun place to visit and the ideal place to find many local made products, textiles, Mauritian spices, fruits and many souvenirs for very cheap prices. On your free time, you can stroll the city streets and see several sightseeing attractions such as The Anglican and Catholic cathedrals, the main city Mosque, Chinatown, the Supreme Courthouse, the 18th-century Barracks and the Natural History Museum (free entry).

Fort Adelaide (also known as La Citadelle) was built in a very strategic location on higher lands of Port Louis at 240 feet above sea level. The construction of Fort Adelaide started on 1832 and completed after almost ten years. Fort Adelaide offers a vast panorama on Port-Louis and its harbour. The British built this fortress in fear of a civil war from the remaining French settlers on the island and also for the purpose of guarding the harbour against enemy attacks. A ride uphill to Fort Adelaide, guarantee a breathtaking view of Port Louis and of the mountain range surrounding Port Louis.

Day 6: DAY AT LEISURE (or Full Day Catamaran Dolphin Cruise for Additional Cost)
After breakfast, rest of the day at leisure.
Enjoy dinner and stay overnight at hotel/resort in Mauritius.

After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, you will be transferred to the airport in time to board your flight back home…

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