Mauritius is one beautiful nation and makes the perfect destination for family holiday. However, at times you might get worried about the kids, being kids, won’t love it as much as you do and getting bored during the holiday. So, here are some ideas that will ensure that the kids and the parents will all have a good time in Mauritius.
First Things First- Pick the Right Accommodation
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Planet Trekkers, our signature Kids Club, provides educational fun to children aged 4 to 12, with indoor & outdoor playgrounds and all kind of activities, supervised by our qualified kids’ club team, that will keep them entertained during their stay at our resort. Private baby-sitting is also available, allowing parents to relax and take part in some adult activities. #InterContinentalLife #Intercontinentalmauritius
Accommodation is the make or break deal for any holiday and its never truer when it comes to family vacation. Go online and search for Mauritius luxury resorts for family holiday and you’ll get a host of options. Check if they come with child-friendly amenities such as babysitting services, for parents need some time off to themselves as well. It’ll be added bonus if the resort has its own kid’s club. For example, InterContinental Mauritius Resort Balaclava Fort has its own Planet Trekkers kid’s club that provides indoor and outdoor activities for the children.
Take them to see the Giant Tortoises
Mauritius’s famous Crocodile & Giant Tortoises Park is home to an incredible range of creatures as the name sounds. Its star attraction is the giant tortoises which you can see in many numbers. Some of these great animals are over 100 years old! There are also crocodiles, rare butterflies, deer, bats, mongooses, pigs and monkeys to be seen here.
Go on a Safari
Take your little ones for an unforgettable experience at the Casela World of Adventures park, where you can book an exciting range of activities such as safaris and even a walk with lions feature.
Who doesn’t love dolphins? These adorable creatures love the warm waters of Mauritius so you will be able to see them in their great numbers.
Catalina Forbes is a travel writer who bases her content on many thrilling escapades experienced across the world. Google+