A bit of history
The island "Mauritius" was named after Prince Maurice of Nassau by the Dutch in 1598.
The French renamed the island, Isle de France when they took control of Mauritius in 1715.
The British administrated the Island after the Battle of Grand Port in 1810.
Mauritius proclaimed its independence on 12 March 1968 and adopted a new constitution.
The same year, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam became the first Prime Minister of an independent Mauritius with Queen Elizabeth II remaining head of state as Queen of Mauritius.
In 1992, Mauritius was proclaimed a Republic within the Commonwealth of Nations.
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Located on the east coast of Africa in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius boasts year-round tropical climate, turquoise-blue waters, coral-sand beaches and beautiful mountain scenery.
Mauritius offers many tax incentives to encourage investors to settle on the country which targets high-income people wishing to retire in this paradisac Island.
PLEASANT LIVING ENVIRONEMENT
- Pleasant climate both summer and winter
- White sandy beaches and a colletion of five stars hotels
- Great water activities, from big game fishing to paddle-boarding, scuba diving and snorkelling.
- Luxurious golf courses between lush mountains and turquoise blue lagoon
IDEAL FOR FAMILIES
- International schooling with both French and English primary private schools
- Modern sport clubs, premium facilities with plenty of sports activities (rugby, tennis, biking, swimming...)
- Nature parks (La Vanille and Casela)
HIGH STANDARD OF SERVICES
The standards of Medical care in Mauritius are high and the states provides a wide range of quality health services with easy access to modern hospitals with high technology services and fully trained staff.. The infectious diseases of the past have been largely eliminated and Mauritius has been free from indigenous malaria thanks to aggressive preventive measures and a vigourous effort to eradicate the remaining malaria cases.
Fully benefit from the low taxation, wonderful beaches and peaceful environment.