Entries tagged: Mauritius

Fly and Flop

Fly and Flop

There’s scientific proof that a sea view has significant impact on your mental health. So for your next getaway, why not fly and flop on a beach? Ker & Downey has access to some incredible rates to make your fly and flop getaway as relaxing as possible.

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Living a Dream in Southern Africa

Living a Dream in Southern Africa

The destination specialists at Ker & Downey love to be a part of turning travel dreams into lifelong memories. When Jaime shared her clients’ story of an African wedding and honeymoon with us, it put us in the mood for Valentine’s Day. Colorado couple Mike and Sharon had a lot of dreams to consider as they planned their wedding and honeymoon. Sharon’s dream was to be married on a beautiful beach. Mike’s dream was spotting Big Five on a true African safari. After lots of planning and researching, Littleton travel agent Suellen Reeves and Ker & Downey’s Jamie Bell stepped in to craft a […]

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Around the World: Gina’s Travel Diaries

Around the World: Gina’s Travel Diaries

Gina, a Frosh agent, just returned from a 25-day around the world journey with Ker & Downey. On her trip, she visited New Zealand, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Mauritius, South Africa, and Argentina . You can read an excerpt below and the rest of her travel diary on the Frosch Insider. March 1 (Denver): Around the world… I still can’t believe it. Everything is finalized; we have our itineraries, and our suitcases are almost packed. I am excited, nervous and anxious all rolled up into one. I have learned a lot about preparing for a trip like this. I have learned […]

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Take a Romantic Vacation in Beautiful Mauritius

Mauritius is a small island off the eastern coast of Madagascar. The island’s climate is tropical, mollified by a gentle southeasterly trade wind. First discovered by Arab sailors, the island was once a dense tropical forest. Strangely, though uninhabited, the island was considered uninhabitable by its first discoverers. The island was re-discovered by the Portugese in 1505 then subsequently held by the Dutch, French and British before its independence. The Dutch inhabited the island in 1598, founding an important port and doing irreversible damage to the indigenous flora and fauna. In 1710 they abandoned the island and 5 years later […]

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