The island paradise that is Mauritius is universally acknowledged to be one of the world's foremost honeymoon destinations, and honeymoon packages to Mauritius can be booked from all major international centers as well as such out of the way places like Bangalore, Mumbai and Hyderabad.

The typical Mauritian honeymoon package will include air-travel to and from the island - usually economy class but upgradeable on request - a set number of nights at one of the luxury Mauritian resort hotels as well as transfers between the island's international airport and the honeymooners' resort hotel of choice.

As these packages have been designed to suit every pocket, newlyweds can choose between several different categories of hotel, which are usually described as "standard", "deluxe" and "premium", and this makes it possible for those who are on a tight budget to also enjoy the island.

Although most newlyweds may actually seriously consider remaining in their bridal suites during their entire honeymoon, those vacationing on Mauritius should really find time to explore this gorgeous island.

Island tours - complete with personal tour guides - are included in most Mauritian honeymoon packages, and these excursions are usually divided between those exploring the island's northern and the southern regions.

Tours to the stunning nearby isle of Ile aux Cerfs, where vacationers can enjoy an abundance of watersports as well as attempt a round of golf at the championship-level Le Touessrok golf course, are, however, also available.

Given the unforgettable beauty of Mauritius, newlyweds should grab hold of every opportunity they get to tour this stunning island. Awe-inspiring and "must-see" sights include the mist-shrouded Grand Bassin Ganga Talao crater-lake with its giant eels, the endemic forests of the Black River Gorges National Park and, of course, the island's many breathtakingly beautiful beaches.

Those wishing to learn more about this fascinating island-nation's colorful history, however, should take time to visit the SSR Botanical Garden, which dates back to 1770, the intriguing ruins of the Dutch colonial structures at Mauritius's oldest formal settlement, Vieux Grand Port, and the sprawling village of Triolet Shivala, which is home to the majestic Maheswarnath, the island's largest Hindu temple.

From shopping and fine dining at The Caudan Waterfront complex in Port Louis to observing wild kestrel at the Domaine du Chasseur hunting preserve, Mauritius has delights to offer honeymooners that cannot be matched by any other destination on earth.

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