October in Mauritius means lots of dry, sunny days without the really high summer temperatures that arrive in November and December. Make the most of the wonderful weather with these exciting events.
The Indian Ocean beaches of Mauritius are a haven for water sports, with warm clear waters and protected lagoons ideal for a multitude of activities. Here’s the lowdown on what some of the island’s finest resorts are offering their guests…
Without a doubt, the best way to see Mauritius is from the air – and even if you do nothing else but fly in and fly out, don’t miss the chance to gaze down on our reef-fringed island from above…
More than just a beautiful architectural site, Domaine des Aubineaux is a piece of Mauritius history. Find out more about this destination that is popular with tourists and locals alike.
Relais & Chateaux recently highlighted some of the ways in which 20 Degres Sud sets itself apart from other hotels on the island. If you are looking for an alternative accommodation, follow our guide.
Mauritius in September: From club nights to football tournaments, find out all the great things there are to see and do on the island this month.
Air Mauritius partnered with Four Seasons Golf Club Mauritius at Anahita in the Best Ball competition 2015, which is running for the 3rd consecutive year. Find out more.
From beaches and sunsets to exciting adrenaline sports, a recent article in the Himalayan Times gets right to the heart of why holidays in Mauritius are so appealing.
Read about Joseph Ford – a British designer known for his dramatic photos that combine fashion and travel – who is known to draw inspiration from Mauritius.