Discover a refreshing mix of activities available in Mauritius that will take you beyond the beaches, toward a holiday filled with culture and adventure.
‘At first, the ocean seems empty’, it starts. ‘Through my snorkelling mask I see only a deep blue nothingness. Then suddenly they are there; dark, lithe shapes gliding in perfect formation like aerobatic pilots.’
A new article in Travel Weekly called ‘Pause vs Play’ discovers that Mauritius can be as exciting a destination as it is relaxing.
Air Mauritius is launching a competition today, #MoretoMauritius, to celebrate the increasing amount of flight options available to travellers from East Africa.
A recent article in Air Mauritius’s Islander Magazine highlighted the unique qualities of La Boutique including the often surprising and miscellaneous choice of products you can pick up. 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.
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!
One of the great benefits of flying Air Mauritius, is that with so many direct flights, you spend less time travelling and more time enjoying your holiday the way you want! Find out more.
Whichever time of year you’re visiting Mauritius, you may find your trip coincides with one of our many religious occasions and festivals. Check this list to see when these events and public holidays will fall during 2016.