You can stopover for a short trip in Mauritius or take a longer holiday with a little more planning, but how ever long you come for you won’t be short on things to do.
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.
Over the last two weeks we’ve run an exciting competition to win a pair of return flights from Kenya to Mauritius. Find out if you are the lucky winner!
Newcomers to Mauritius often start their journey to our tropical island by asking ‘Where is Mauritius on the World Map?’. Find out here.
Air Mauritius lance aujourd’hui un nouveau concours pour les résidents de la Réunion intitulé #PierrefondsZeroEmbouteillage pour célébrer le lancement de deux vols quotidiens vers l’île Maurice au départ de l’aéroport de Pierrefonds.
The cultural extravaganza that is Porlwi by Light came to the capital this week in a huge celebration of the artistic energy of the Mauritian community. Find out more.
For people new to our beautiful destination, Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, around 1,200 miles off the southeast of the African coast. Find out more.
Mauritius has been named by TripAdvisor in its list of Top 10 Islands in the World for 2016, which it describes as “a tropical paradise with tons to do”. For more on Mauritius click here.
From the sounds of the ocean on Turtle Bay and UNESCO World Heritage-listed buildings of Aapravasi Ghat in Port Louis, there is so much to explore in Mauritius. Find out 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.