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.
The Tamil harvest celebration of Thai Pongal is the first of the year’s religious festivals and celebrated by Tamils worldwide. Discover how they celebrate Thai Pongal in Mauritius.
Throughout history, indigo has been obtained from a variety of plant species in Mauritius. Discover the story of Indigo on the Island.
On Sunday 2nd November, Mauritius observes the Anniversary of the Arrival of Indentured Labourers. But how did this national day of remembrance originate?
Along with Mozambique, Mauritius is one of two Southern African nations who exhibited examples of local handicrafts at the World Craft Council’s Golden Jubilee Celebration Summit on 18-22 October in Dongyang, China.
How’s your knowledge of Mauritius? If you’re aware that we’re an island in the Indian Ocean but that’s about as far as it goes, this is for you. Simply gen up on these facts and you’ll soon have the locals thinking you’re an expert.
Discover the story of Mauritius traditional music and dance: Sega.