These tumbling waters around Mauritius’ Le Morne peninsula, on the island’s southwest coast, are often referred to as an “underwater waterfall”. Find out more.
Discover a refreshing mix of activities available in Mauritius that will take you beyond the beaches, toward a holiday filled with culture and adventure.
‘At first, the ocean seems empty’, it starts. ‘Through my snorkelling mask I see only a deep blue nothingness. Then suddenly they are there; dark, lithe shapes gliding in perfect formation like aerobatic pilots.’
The prize for The Telegraph Just Back travel writing competition goes to Michael Hennessey for an action-packed account of his month-long cruise to Mauritius.
You can stopover for a short trip in Mauritius or take a longer holiday with a little more planning, but how ever long you come for you won’t be short on things to do.
With a flight time of only five hours, Mauritian hospitality from the start and direct flights, Cape Town is just waiting to be discovered.
“What excites me most about Mauritius, apart from its beaches, is its cultural diversity, and this manifests in great street food.”
Travel Weekly recently visited Mauritius and found its diversity of experiences one of the main draws from kite surfing to delicious cuisine.
Hong Kong is an incredible city and a great destination to explore starting with Mauritius’ national and authentic airline, Air Mauritius.
Kiteival, the unique kite festival in Mauritius returns to the island on the 23rd July 2017 for its 10th year with events to be held in different locations called ‘down winders’ around Mauritius.