The Indian Ocean beaches of Mauritius are a haven for water sports, with warm clear waters and protected lagoons ideal for a multitude of activities. Here’s the lowdown on what some of the island’s finest resorts are offering their guests…
Without a doubt, the best way to see Mauritius is from the air – and even if you do nothing else but fly in and fly out, don’t miss the chance to gaze down on our reef-fringed island from above…
Read about Joseph Ford – a British designer known for his dramatic photos that combine fashion and travel – who is known to draw inspiration from Mauritius.
@panda_kennedy of This Panda Travels recently finished exploring Mauritius – find out more about this fun travel blogger and what they thought of our Island.
If you’re staying in laid back Le Morne then you’re moments away from the B9 coast road – one of the loveliest stretches of highway in Mauritius. Road trip?
The Ultra Trail Raidlight Beachcomber is here: read on to find out more about this epic running race. Could you survive the 120km Seven Colours Trail?
It’s the best time of year for kitesurfing in Mauritius and from 18 June – 30 September you can carry one piece of kitesurfing equipment free of charge on your Air Mauritius flight.
From kayaking to mountain running, find out what is on offer in Mauritius this month.
For a stress-free booking experience, use Air Mauritius Holidays to build your dream Indian Ocean getaway – read on for more information.