The month of May marks the beginning of the southern hemisphere winter and is one of the most enjoyable times of year to visit Mauritius – find out what is on offer this month.
Planning on visiting Mauritius soon? Read our guide on the souvenirs that will help you remember the sights, sounds and smells of your trip long after you return home.
The Seychelles Carnival takes place over the weekend of 24 April to 26 April and Mauritius will be represented by a 22-member delegation, including sega performer Toto Lebrasse and Mauritius’ Deputy Prime Minister, Xavier Luc Duval.
Experience exclusive luxury on your own private island in the Mauritian lagoon of Roches Noires – find out more here.
Want something a bit different from your Mauritius getaway? Here we look at some of the fantastic Airbnb, HouseTrip and HomeAway rentals that offer rustic charm, authenticity and local home comforts along with great value for money.
Knowing a bit more about your destination will always enhance your visit. Looking for a quick guide to the history of Mauritius? Look no further.
With its French and British colonial past it’s no surprise that Mauritius is dotted with Anglican and Roman Catholic churches. Today we’re shining the light on some other ecclesiastical gems around the country.
A recent competition saw us receive a vast amount of amazing entries and one of shortlisted photos we will be talking about is the ‘The Old Merchant with Blue Eyes’, this incredible photograph was taken by Avinash Susty.
Mauritius celebrates Independence Day Every year on the 12th March, Mauritians enjoy a public holiday to celebrate the anniversary of independence from Britain. In 2015, the country marks 47 years from the day independence was proclaimed in 1968.