Luxury Holiday Destinations
Travelling the world has never been easier since you will find thousands of airlines with wonderful deals and at the same time there are apps like Skyscanner that help client hunt for cheap airplane tickets. From Mauritius to the Gold Coast you will find plenty destinations that you can go for holiday and this article will shed some light into a few of the most beautiful destinations to visit.
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Mauritius is an island in the Indian Ocean, around 2,000 Kilometres from the African coast. Initially it used to be a French and Dutch colony, before attaining its independence in 1968 Mauritius used to be a property of the British. Mauritius has an incredibly varied fauna and flora along with its tropical climate and deserted beaches with clear waters have made the island as the 56th most visited destination on earth.
Visit Creole mansion Eureka to get a glance into Mauritius’ rich archaeological background. Built in the 1830s, this totally maintained home is a memorial surrounded by gardens with cherry and palm trees as well as waterfalls. The exact number of windows and doors in this home come to 109 and is among the largest houses on the island.
The Gold Coast
Found south of Brisbane in Australia’s East Coast, The Gold Coast is known for its sandy beaches and hiking paths. The sixth biggest city in Australia, happens to be a favorite tourist destination thanks to its subtropical climate. In fact the city will be hosting the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Ten million tourists visit the region every year, which isn’t surprising if knowing the coastal area has 60 kilometres of beach and lots of golf courses.
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As a country North of Africa it is well known for its street markets and meals that are full of spices. The capital of Morocco is Rabat while Casablanca as its largest city tourism happens to be of great importance to the region. Morocco happens to be such a safe country and part of the reasons millions of Europeans visit the place time and again. Its ancient cities and people’s friendliness make Morocco an electrifying experience.
For a stroll round the planet’s most comprehensive car-free city area you can take a visit to its second largest city, Fez. Even though this is not open to the general public, The Royal Palace‘s brass doors and encompassing carved wood make the visit worthwhile.
A hundred and fifteen islands make up the Seychelles, in the Indian Ocean. Since the 1970’s due to its plentiful beaches and nature reserves it has become a major tourist destination. This honeymoon haven is relaxed and provides an exotic adventure to its customers.
Anse Lazio is among its most treasured and beautiful shores and with clear waters and thick palm trees, it is a dream destination for everyone who sets foot in it.