The Mauritius Island - An Investment Paradise

Thursday, 3 February 2011

The Mauritius Island is 800 km's off the coast of Madagascar that has become famous for its long sparkling beaches and booming tourist industry. Although it only has an area of about 1,865 km's, it is packed with beauty, extravagance and the Capital City, Port Louis, has a skyline and infrastructure that could compete with many major cities.

The highly developed tourism industry has created quite a diversity of recreational activities in Mauritius. Water sports are quite popular because of the coral reef that surrounds the island, providing plenty of relatively shallow and calm water. Deep sea fishing, surfing, windsurfing, water-skiing, cruising in yachts and even submarines are some of the many water based recreations available on the island and Tamarin Bay is one of the world's most famous surfing spots.

Mauritius has a very cross-cultured society, with natives descending from India, Central Africa, France and China. This then fused into colorful cultures and cuisines. It is common for a combination of Indian, Creole, Chinese and European influences to form part of the same meal, which makes for an exciting cultural experience.

Political and economic stability, along with a very friendly foreign tax system has made this island an extremely attractive location for offshore investors. Mauritius has attracted more than 9,000 offshore entities, with many aimed at commerce in India and South Africa, while investment in the banking sector alone has reached over $1 billion.

Whether your interest is business or pleasure, the Mauritius Island is more than capable of servicing your needs.

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