enjoy solo holidays to MauritiusA planetarium is being planned for popular tourism destination Mauritius, supposedly the first in this part of the world, in a move that is hoped to aid research and boost tourism.

The stars of the Southern Hemisphere will be available for visitors to admire on the stunning island off the African continent in approximately 18 – 22 months, after funding was understood to be secured for the attraction.

It is thought the planetarium will hold up to 120 visitors at a time when completed, and will be put up on the grounds of the existing Rajiv Ghandi Science Centre on Mauritius.

It adds yet another attraction to an island already buzzing with things to do for people, particularly those who are enjoying some of the fantastic solo holidays available. From the many cultural attractions to the stunning white sand beaches, there are many different places to meet people.