If you’re in Mauritius for one of its festivals then Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is an incredible event to experience, this year taking place on 30th October.
Instagram Stories is helping to lift the lid on Mauritius and get further behind the scenes of some of the incredible things you can do on the island.
You will find a variety of languages in Mauritius reflecting the diverse and exciting range of cultures that have come together on the island. Find out more.
The national flag of Mauritius is red, dark blue, yellow and green, and also known as Les Quatre Bandes (French for “the four bands”). Find out more.
La devise locale officielle de l’île Maurice est la roupie mauricienne (MUR)
Travel to Mauritius through a lens this week as we collate some of the best Instagram images we’ve seen showing how the wonderful water world of this island nation brings out some exquisite views and colours.
For people new to our beautiful destination, Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, around 1,200 miles off the southeast of the African coast. Find out more.
It’s that time of year again when the leaves in Europe turn brilliant and various shades of orange, yellow, purple, black, pink, magenta, blue, brown and red. Fly to amazing destinations with Air Mauritius.
Mauritius is a luminous and brilliant island that mesmerises visitors with its effervescence; changing its hues and colours throughout the day and year to produce incredible effects. To see some beautiful Instagram snaps click here.
More than 10,000 people visited Gunnersbury Park in August, to attend the event now in its seventh year. Find out more here.