2018 is a huge year for Mauritius as the island gears up to celebrate 50 years of independence from the UK with a host of celebrations.
Thousands of SMEs in Mauritius are set to be benefit from a new, approved $100m loan from the African Development Bank. Find out more.
Some destinations such as Singapore get unfairly tagged as being purely ‘stopover’ destinations. Find out why Singapore is so much more than this.
If you missed it, earlier this year Mauritius’s President, Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, was interviewed at a TED conference. Find out more.
A four-year project to reduce the effect of tourism’s greenhouse gas emissions and improve resource efficiency has been launched in Mauritius.
According to CNN Travel, Mauritius is one of the world’s most overlooked islands. It admits islands are hardly a “hard sell” but some “get a little more love than others”.
There has been a big boost for the local craft community with the launch of an Advanced Craft Skills training course for Mauritian artisans of the handicraft sector
Femina describes Mauritius as “a little slice of paradise” in a recent article, but what should you do when you get here with so many possibilities?
With quick, easy and comfortable flights from Mauritius with the national airline Air Mauritius, Johannesburg has never been a better option to explore.
What I love most about this place is you’ll never run out of things to do – from exploring the city to spending the day at the beach.