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.
Make the most of Mauritius during your visit! Here’s our selection of Mauritian culture for you to enjoy during the month of March.
Why not head to one of these undiscovered Mauritius sites many tourists don’t see? Here’s five ways to have a more local and up-close experience during your trip…
A new company in Mauritius is producing a revolutionary type of rice. With a certified low GI (glycemic index), this can have a long lasting and hugely beneficial impact on all who consume it. Discover how it works.
Think Mauritius caters for beach-loving tourists only? Well think again. Mauritius is the pinnacle of sub-Saharan Economies. Discover how they make doing business easier.