People who visit Mauritius often end up saying ‘let’s move to Mauritius!’ as their holiday draws to an close. Find out about the people who did it.
Air Mauritius started its ‘One take-off – One tree’ initiative back in 2007, whereby a native/endemic plant is planted for each take-off and landing by an Air Mauritius aircraft. Find out more about this wonderful project.
To celebrate Independence and Republic Day in Mauritius we’ve invited Mauritian chef, Brinda Bungaroo, to suggest a recipe to enjoy with friends and family on this important day.
Imiloa, Mauritius’s first pop-up shop, which set up its concept store in a permanent home in Trianon Shopping Park in 2014, has announced a new initiative on the island for homegrown talent.
If you’re thinking of a last-minute getaway for Easter, then Mauritius could be just the tonic you’re looking for in a paradise escape.
The wonderful beaches of Mauritius deservedly get a lot of attention, however, Mauritius is a ‘360’ island with many rich experiences, myths and stories beyond the beach to discover.
The next big celebration up on the Mauritian events calendar 2017 is Thaipusam Cavadee on 9th February, a festival of Tamil origin.
Mauritius has a rich and diverse culture, which is reflected in its full calendar of festivals during the year. Find out what is happening in 2017.
Mauritius is a small island nation in the Indian Ocean but one packed with a variety of rich experiences in a beautiful environment. Find out more.
As Chinese New Year approaches in Mauritius it’s a time to celebrate Chinese culture on the island. Find out more!