Only in Mauritius can you indulge in a cuisine that draws upon Chinese, Indian, French and Creole influences, and you’ll soon discover there’s more than one way to enjoy a Christmas dinner.
Mauritius’s rich heritage of developing a variety of rum places it in a unique position to creatively reimagine cocktails. Discover our selection of the 5 must-try cocktails on the Island.
Mauritius enjoys an abundance of bright and colourful tropical fruits, from the pineapple to the pomegranate. But plenty of less well-known fruits of Mauritius are worth seeking out too, including some of our favourites below…
We take a look at four of the best hotel cellars in Mauritius, all of which offer wine tasting opportunities for guests.
In Mauritius, the papaya has become a favourite ingredient in many local dishes and desserts, discover this exotic fruit full of flavours.
Discover the story of Jay Mootoosamy, herbalist in Port Louis market who creates the best herbal teas in Mauritius.
If you are looking for typical mauritian cuisine, visit the Palais de Barbizon in Chamarel an authentique table d’hôtes where a warm welcome and delicious food is guaranteed.
Do you know the Napolitain? This little shortbread covered in a pink coating is a unique Mauritian pastry.
Shelina Permalloo details her personal recipe for a traditional Mauritian Rougaille in the Huffington Post.
Read the story of Vona Corona, the iconic Mauritian ice cream parlour born 90 years ago.