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Most mauritians belonging to the Hindu community celebrate Divali today. It is one of the most festive celebrations on the island. Weeks before the event, shelves and stalls at the markets and supermarkets are laden with sweet potatoes, special flours, earthen lamps and fairy lights.

17 youngsters from public schools have been chosen to join golf schools through a sponsorship programme entitled Golf for All, developed by passionate Francis and Vincent. A time where they should be sipping whiskey and reading papers, they are driving around the island to sponsor young people willing to join the Mauritius Golf Federation Junior.

Main attraction of this park is the coloured earth, an eye-candy, in 23 shades.

Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Ganpati is celebrated in Mauritius on the 26th of August.

Cavalia Horse Riding School is located behind Casela bird park on the west coast of the island

Rodrigues remains one of the safest destinations in the world. It has not yet been caught up by the consumerism disaster and simple pleasures of life remind us of its authenticity.

The International Kite Festival is held around June in Mourouk. Kitesurfing schools lie along the beach and the wide lagoon can cater for everyone.

AllInmauritius has gathered a few pictures at different times of the day to capture the very essence of that place for you.

Remember to register online for the 7th edition around March next year. The new organisers ROAG were as good as the former. Sponsors and volunteers assisted to make that event an amazing one!

More than fifty Indian performers draped in the most beautiful costumes presented the Palace of Illusions at the Convention Centre in Pailles, Mauritius.

Songs are sung in Hindi, Urdu, Mandarin, French and English and added to that, ...the favourite of many, are sega songs, accompanied by the carrying traditional instruments, triangle, maravane and ravanne. Ravanne is a percussion instrument any music lover would love to bring home.

If you’re in Mauritius, you can get local fish such as Vacoas, Capitaine, Korn and Vieil. Most Creole restaurants have the Kari Pwasson (Fish curry) on their menu cards.

If you can’t find local fruits on the supermarkets’ shelves, visit the jam and pickle section: you will be amazed! A stroll in the bustling markets will as well lead you to local fruit vendors.

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