Discover the story of the pirogues, wooden boats built by the mauritian carpenters since the 18th century.
Every day, the catamaran Shandrani sails from Pointe Jerome to Ile aux Cerfs and gives travellers the opportunity to discover the beautiful Mauritian coastline.
Mauritius is almost entirely encircled by a coral reef, making it an excellent destination for snorkelling. Follow our guide to the top spots on the island to don your mask and flap your fins.
Wannabe Olympian or trepidatious toe-dipper? Whatever kind of swimmer you are, there’s a beach for you in Mauritius. Here’s ten of our favourites…
Far from the cliches, Mauritius is much more than the beautiful beaches. Follow our guide and don’t miss the best places to visit during your holidays.
We’ve asked the general managers of some of the leading hotels on the island to share the best things about the views they get to look at every day.
Few things capture the imagination like a tropical sunset. Follow the guide to our favourite spots to watch the most beautiful sunsets of the Island.
To enjoy a delicious local meal with a view of the ocean and relax feet on the sand, follow our guide to beach cafes in Mauritius.
2014 will see a concerted effort to regenerate Mauritian coral reefs with a programme planned to reintroduce around 5,000 fragments of coral to encourage the development of marine flora.