There’s so much more to Mauritius than its beaches, but some of its experiences go happily hand in hand with an exquisite Indian Ocean view, such as golf.
Air Mauritius is launching a competition today, #MoretoMauritius, to celebrate the breadth and depth of rich experiences available on our island and its easy access to travellers from Malaysia and Singapore.
The perfect destination for kids, find out why you should be planning at family trip to Mauritius in 2017 here.
More spaces in Mauritius are now opening up to many different nature-friendly activities such as trekking, canyoning and horse-riding, but running has also become a great and way to explore the island without damaging the environment. Find out more.
If you’ve never heard of the underwater waterfall phenomenon in Mauritius then have a look at this amazing video…
To get a real sense of what the island is like in advance YouTube is a good resource to plan what you might like to do. So, we’ve collated a few choice videos below to get you excited.Click Here.
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.
AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open (ABMO) 2016 kicked off in style, with top tournament players from around the world converging on Mauritius. See more here.
China’s 20-year-old, Li Haotong, has confirmed he will be competing next month at the Air Mauritius-sponsored AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open 2016. See more.
Mauritius’s national airline, Air Mauritius, will be the main carrier and sponsor of this year’s eight-team Rugby World Club 10s. Find out more!