The wonderful beaches of Mauritius deservedly get a lot of attention, however, Mauritius is a ‘360’ island with many rich experiences, myths and stories beyond the beach to discover.
The Perth International Arts Festival starts on 10th February this year and is a reminder of the rich cultural calendar available in this incredible city. Fly with Air Mauritius.
Whether you’re a novice or old-hand the range of types of dive in Mauritius mean that there are endless opportunities to explore the underwater world.
Although shopping centres may offer convenience during the year, for Christmas magic there is nothing like these magical markets where the smell of cinnamon, citrus and cloves hang in the air as you make your way through the twinkling, bright lights of city squares.
Air Mauritius is launching a competition today, #MoretoMauritius, to celebrate the increasing amount of flight options available to travellers from East Africa.
The Made in Mauritius team has rounded up a couple of the best hotel deals on Mauritius at the moment for those looking for a last-minute escape. Be quick, so you don’t miss out.
If you’re in Mauritius for one of its festivals then Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is an incredible event to experience, this year taking place on 30th October.
Mauritius’ size and diversity make it a great choice for an escape in October with warm temperatures, some of the best beaches and hotels in the world and a lot of experiences to be had.
More spaces in Mauritius are now opening up to many different nature-friendly activities such as trekking, canyoning and horse-riding, but running has also become a great and way to explore the island without damaging the environment. Find out more.
An exciting solar eclipse will be visible in Mauritius on Thursday 1st September. For more click here.