This is #MyMauritius – a video journey

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It’s one of the most beautiful islands I’ve had the privilege of visiting (twice)! There’s just something absolutely magical about this island with its the crystal-clear lagoons and lofty peaks, fabulous food, lovely people and stunning resorts. This island is Mauritius! I’ve created a video of my journey around the island and all the wondrous experiences I had. Oh, and I’ve compiled a list (below the video) of where the various scenes were filmed. Gosh, watching the images makes me want to go back (again)! I hope you enjoy my Mauritius video! 🙂

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Watch the Mauritius video.

Scenes in the Mauritius video

0:04: Ile des Deux Cocos, a stunning island in the south of Mauritius.

0:07: Four Seasons Mauritius at Anahita. Read about my stay at the Four Seasons Mauritius.

0:09: Heritage Le Telfair Resort.

0:13: St. Regis Mauritius. Read about my stay at the St. Regis Mauritius.

0:16: The Oberoi Mauritius. Watch my villa tour.

0:19: Shanti Maurice resort.

0:30: Ile des Deux Cocos

0:35 – 0:47: Private island at Zilwa Attitude resort.

0:51 – 0:55: BBQ dinner at Beachcomber Dinarobin Golf & Spa resort.

1:06: Sugar cane farmer at L’Aventure du Sucre.

1:09 – 1:18: Frédérica Nature Reserve at the Heritage Resorts.

1:30: Giant water lilies (Victoria Amazonica) at the Botanical Gardens in Pamplemousses.

1:33: Giant tortoise at the La Vanille Nature Park.

1:36 – 1:40: The One & Only Le St. Géran.

1:43: Snorkelling in the glassy waters of Ile Plat (Flat Island) on the north coast of Mauritius.

1:45 – 1:58: Helicopter tour of the south/east coast. Read about my helicopter tour of Mauritius.

2:05 – 2:12: Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius.

2:13 – 2:20: Lunch at Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel in Port Louis.

2:22 – 2:30: Heritage Le Telfair Resort and views from the Frédérica Nature Reserve.

2:37: Cooking and eating with the locals at Otentic.

2:44 – 2:53: Cocktails and lunch at the private island at Zilwa Attitude resort

2:54: Waving goodbye to Ile des Deux Cocos.

You can find more information and photos about the places/resorts listed above in:

My Week in Mauritius (Part 1)

My Week in Mauritius (Part 2)

A special thank you goes to my blogger mates whom I had so much fun with in Mauritius, Isabelle Merven (who allowed me to film her strolling and dancing on the beach), the lovely staff of the resorts we visited/stayed at, Solis (for driving me around) and the people of Mauritius!

Read more about Mauritius on Velvet Escape:

Five Dreamy Luxury Hotels in Mauritius

What Paradise Is Like

Note: this post was brought to you as a result of the #MyMauritius blog trip, created and managed by iambassador in partnership with Create, AHRIM, Mauritius Tourism and Air Mauritius. As always, all opinions above are mine, and mine only.

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5 Responses to “This is #MyMauritius – a video journey”

  1. Lucas 03/03/2017 7:56 am
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    Being a Mauritian myself, i am glad you’ve enjoyed your stay. Mauritius is a unique destination for travelers to laze around and explore the exotic spots around the island.

  2. Keith Jenkins 01/11/2016 3:15 pm
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    Yay, thanks Diana! Thrilled that you enjoyed the video! You’ll LOVE Mauritius I’m sure. 🙂
    Let me know if you need any tips.

    Cheers,
    Keith

  3. Diana 31/10/2016 8:19 pm
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    Might need to take a side trip here when I’m in Africa … awesome video!

  4. Keith Jenkins 10/10/2016 10:53 pm
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    Thank you Bahtiyar for your comment! I’m glad that you enjoyed the video! I’m curious about that unique earth now – I’ll look it up.

    Cheers,
    Keith

  5. Bahtiyar 30/09/2016 3:21 pm
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    Hello, Keith. You did right by leaving your bank career. Life in travel is really awesome. Let me tell a few words regarding this article. You’ve made a really gorgeous video. Mauritius is a must visited place by every traveler. To be honest, I have never been there. However, I have heard a lot of wonderful words about that country. One of them is a colorful earth in MAuritus. Scientists still have not discovered how that kind of earth can exist in the world. Your post taught me many new things about Mauritius. I plan to visit it.

    Thank you very much, Keith, Keep sharing your knowledge with us !

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