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Mauritius Captures Personal Travel Managers’ Hearts

September 19, 2013 Mobile travel consulting No Comments Email Email

Personal Travel Managers’ Alma Araullo, Theresa Kwong, John Gazal and Kathy Millett recently experienced the best Mauritius had to offer on an educational hosted by Beachcomber Luxury Holidays and Air Mauritius.

The personal travel managers all agree that the island nation of Mauritius, lying some 2,000 kilometers south-east off the African Continent, offers an exciting stopover alternative for clients travelling to Africa or Europe as well as a spectacular holiday option for Australians looking for a cultural and relaxing holiday experience.

“Mauritius has so much to offer – beautiful beaches, rich culture, very hospitable people and a great DSC03548 copyrange of three to five star deluxe Beachcomber properties. Foodies will just love the eclectic blend of Creole, Chinese, European and Indian influences that is the fusion of Mauritius cuisine and I can highly recommend the Creole cooking classes,” says Araullo, representative of Peakhurst, New South Wales.

Whilst Mauritius is not often considered as a family holiday destination, the all-inclusive nature of Beachcomber Resorts makes for a great value for money holiday.

“Beachcomber Resorts offer fantastic kids’ club facilities, most opening until 9pm providing a real selling point for families.  The Casela Wildlife Park is a must visit and I can highly recommend walking with the lions, it was without question the highlight of the trip for me,” says Kwong, representative of Hughesdale, Victoria.

With spa treatments and a great golf course often at the top of clients ‘must have’ list, Mauritius certainly doesn’t disappoint.

“The Beachcomber Resort spas are second to none, offering reasonable prices, great beauty therapists, all skilled in traditional techniques and offer the prestigious quality brand Clarins,” says Millett, representative of Claremont, Western Australia.

“The 18 hole golf course at Beachcomber Paradis Hotel & Golf Club with Mount Le Morne in the background and stunning sea views at the 18th hole was truly spectacular. With no green fees in the winter it makes Mauritius an attractive option for golf enthusiasts,” says Gazal, representative of Roseville, New South Wales.

“TravelManagers prides itself on providing exceptional and personal customer service which comes from firsthand knowledge and experience. Educationals that allow immersion into a destination, such as the Beachcomber Luxury Holidays one to Mauritius, are so important and why we proactively work to provide as many famil opportunities as possible,” says Michael Gazal TravelManagers’ General Manager.

Mark Twain has been quoted as saying, “Mauritius was created first, and then heaven after that.”

A sentiment echoed by the personal travel managers having experienced the luxury of Mauritius for themselves.

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