We are happy to announce then that Air Mauritius has signed the Buckingham Palace Declaration at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) 72nd Annual General Meeting (AGM). Find out more.
An article in Water Ski Mag caught our eye last month with the story of the Dailland brothers, Thibaut, 25, and Tanguy, 19, who are competitive water-skiers based in Mauritius. Find out more about them here.
To celebrate Father’s Day on 19th June we’ve invited the Mauritian chef, Brinda Bungaroo, on to the Made in Mauritius blog to share one of her favourite recipes, the lovely, tropical sweet, Spiced Papaya Compote. Discover more here.
Professor Carl Jones, a biologist who has worked in Mauritius for 40 years, has won the 2016 Indianapolis Prize – the highest accolade in the field of conservation – having saved nine species from extinction. Find out more.
We’ll just come out and say it. We’ve fallen in love with the incredible photography of Paul Choy, a documentary photographer, who captures Mauritius brilliantly. Find out more here.
An article over on CNN has confirmed what we’ve always known on this blog – that Mauritius is out of this world.
We’re used to covering street food from dhal puri to papaya, great dishes to pick up at the market and alternative places to eat, but this time we’re looking at what street food you might discover in the hotels themselves.
Mauritius has a rich history of music on the island including its traditional sega music and dancing which is mesmerising to watch, but you’ll also find a variety of other tunes to help you relax and enjoy your holiday.
Obviously, we’re biased, but we think a great place to start your research ahead of your holiday to this amazing island is our very own award-winning Made in Mauritius blog!