Images Of Mauritius

Author: Lo,K

ISBN: 9789814408509

Price: Rs 625

With its attractive beaches, warm crystal waters, lush tropical greenery and vibrant multicultural society, it’s no wonder that Mauritius is consistently ranked one of the world’s leading island destinations.

 The fourth book in the popular ‘Images of’ series, Images of Mauritius showcases the beguiling and cosmopolitan island and its rich tapestry of culture, art, history and modernity

Comprising more than 200 original, specially-commissioned photographs of Mauritius’ multi-ethnic heritage, cuisine, architecture, nature and the arts, the book is the perfect introduction for those keen on visiting the island and an excellent keepsake for tourists and locals alike.

 About the Author

Kitty Lo is a resident of Mauritius and an experienced and talented photographer with a keen interest in the colourful and fascinating culture of the island. Her extensive portfolio comprises corporate events, weddings, fashion shows, street photography and sports events.

Target Audience

Travellers, general interest readers


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