The local cuisine highlights the diversity of the island’s history and culture. Dishes have African, European, Chinese and Indian influence, working with tropical ingredients. The national fruit of Mauritius is the Corossol, also known as the Custard Apple. The friendly local and expat populations, modern infrastructure and connectivity make this a destination for both property lifestyle and investor interest. Focus lies mainly in the North and West popular with tourists, although the East coast is popular for second homes. There have been over 1.3 million tourist arrivals each year recently. Average net rental yields can average 3-4% per annum in tourist areas.
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