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.
Mauritius is a luminous and brilliant island that mesmerises visitors with its effervescence; changing its hues and colours throughout the day and year to produce incredible effects. To see some beautiful Instagram snaps click here.
Anyone visiting Mauritius soon has a lot to look forward to as hotels roll out new products and services for their guests in 2016 and 2017. Below we round up some of the new things travellers can look forward to when landing on the island.
Packing doesn’t need to be stressful or last-minute if you take a little time to think about how you want to enjoy yourself on your escape and what you really need and, importantly, don’t need. Find out more.
The simple answer to ‘what is Mauritius time?’ is GMT+4, but that doesn’t tell you the whole story. Find out more here.
If you’ve never heard of the underwater waterfall phenomenon in Mauritius then have a look at this amazing video…
As Mauritius’s National Airline, Air Mauritius, flies worldwide with direct and affordable flights from Cape Town and Beijing to Perth and Singapore. To see some of the extraordinary attractions you’ll be able to experience with Air Mauritius, click here.