Mauritius is known for its beautiful beaches but it’s worth looking beyond the sands to explore some of the island’s culture.
We spotted a lovely short video over on CNN Going Green about protecting and preserving the dolphin population off the coast of Mauritius.
Most of us, if we think of Mauritius, think of ‘beautiful beaches’. We don’t, probably, think of smart cities, but that’s exactly the idea behind new investment in Cap Tamarin.
Lovely taste of the Mauritian Open Air Festival in London, which took place this year on 15 July, over on the BBC here.
Are you in or near London on 15th July? Don’t miss out on the Mauritius Open Air Festival, to be held from 12-8pm in Trent Park, Barnet, London.
More and more foreigners are investing in property on Mauritius – thanks to a ‘recent relaxation of the rules governing Mauritian property and residency’. Find out more.
A writer who grew up enjoying all Mauritius has to offer, celebrates the island in all it’s glory.
In light of the positive economic outlook for Mauritius, the next two years should be treated as a rare window of opportunity for accelerated reforms
Find out, with help from Air Mauritius and Condé Nast Traveller, why Cape Town should be the next destination on your list.
It’s a good time to be doing business in Mauritius, suggest the findings of ‘a survey of leading private companies’, as reported by Reuters.