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Mauritius is a great destination for wedding photography

Mauritius is a great destination for wedding photography The best wedding photographs are those that you feel like going back to, time and again. That is precisely why it’s very important to hire a professional portrait photographer who knows the nuances of designing and planning creative wedding photoshoots for you to keep flipping back to. While the end result of your pre wedding photoshoot is the most important thing, it’s also crucial that you enjoy the process of getting your photos clicked. The best wedding photographers have pre-designed destination wedding photography packages, and are experts at what is known as candid wedding photography. Mauritius is a great destination for wedding photography, but, to make the most of your destination, here are some pointers for ensuring a good photoshoot that’s fun for everyone involved.  #1 Plan your pre-wedding photoshoot like you’d plan a dateThat way you can spend quality time with your partner, while doing interesting activities together. This could be something as simple as sipping coffee together, or something as elaborate as sipping champagne on a yacht.  #2 Behave almost as you would, if the camera weren’t clicking awayThis is easier said than done, but if you can start ignoring […]

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Hiking Above the Clouds
January 3, 2018 by Johny Richardson in Nature 0 Comments

LITTLE TRIP WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY HIKING ABOVE the CLOUDS An amazing experience to be on the top of Le Pouce Mountain Mauritius Le Pouce (English: “The Thumb”) is the third highest mountain in Mauritius, at 812 meters (2664 feet). Only Piton de la Petite Rivière Noire (828 m) and Pieter Both (820 m) are taller. It is named Le Pouce because of the thumb-shaped peak of the mountain. It can be viewed from the capital of Mauritius, Port Louis, and is a popular hike for the view of the city. The mountain is in the Moka Range and is closest to the village of La Laura-Malenga in the Moka District. Charles Darwin ascended the mountain on 2 May 1836.

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