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Indian tourists arrive in bulk in Mauritius

Indian tourists arrive in bulk in Mauritius
The latest figures of tourist arrivals in Mauritius recorded to 2.3% increase for the month of February 2013, thanks to the Indian travelers in search of exotic and disorientation.
In 2012, 55,197 visitors from India thus have filed their case in Mauritius for a holiday in the sun on the sandy beaches of the island and also to discover the soul of Mauritius otherwise through excursions to heart of the country, as related site.
The Caudan Waterfront in Port Louis and the monument of the Citadel on the heights of the capital are places of promenade popular with Indian tourists traveling to Mauritius.
"We will never see an Indian tourist reading a book on the beach while relaxing on a deckchair. They love outings and excursions that make them discover the island", says Ajay Jhurry, president of the Association of tour Operators in Mauritius.
Honeymooners newlywed Indians are also more and more to come to Mauritius.
For three years, the Office of Tourism Mauritius (MTPA) has also been continuously intensified its campaigns to promote Mauritius destination across India.
A breath of fresh air for professionals in the tourism industry of Mauritius which saw sharply reduce European clientele victim of the economic crisis.

Fabrice François

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