National music and dance of Mauritius, Séga is a tradition inherited from the early slave population and transmitted form generation to generation.
Five Mauritian geckos have been sent into space by the Russian space agency in an attempt to learn more about the effect of microgravity on the creatures’ mating, fertilisation and embryonic development.
A production of one of the world’s most famous musicals The Phantom of the Opera can be seen in Mauritius this weekend.
Complete mystery for the archeologists, the pyramids of Mauritius are similar to pyramids you can observe in Sicily and Tenerife. Read more about these monuments…
Air Mauritius is delighted to be one of the main sponsors of London’s Mauritian Open Air Festival. Read more about this great event dedicated to Mauritian culture.
Discover the SSR Botanical garden, formerly known as Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, the oldest such garden in the southern hemisphere, with 37 nature-packed hectares of tropical plants, shrubs, trees and blooms.
Discover the uplifting projects planning to plant 20,000 mangroves in Mauritius and aiming to defend the coastline.
Discover one of the most iconic houses in Mauritius, Eureka House, a creole mansion built in the early 19th century and former sugar plantation.
The Rhum and Jazz band was founded by Toto S Lebrasse in the late 90’s. Today this band has a network of a dozen of musicians, who perform every week at Le Touessrok and their live shows have become internationally renown.
Many hotels on the island support the endeavours of local and international artists. Here’s just two of the island’s best locations for spotting art on the walls…