The Mauritius Tourism Ministry has announced it expects 5% growth in visitor arrivals.
Writer Dong Xue from CGTN recently visited Mauritius and described “beaches that belong in a daydream” and having “spent five of the most memorable days of my life there”.
Most of us, if we think of Mauritius, think of ‘beautiful beaches’. We don’t, probably, think of smart cities, but that’s exactly the idea behind new investment in Cap Tamarin.
More visitors have meant more flights, and more flights have led to more visitors. Mauritius is in a virtuous circle of growth.
Mauritius is a bucket list destination that, even on a short visit, does not disappoint. Find out more and book your own trip to Mauritius.
These tumbling waters around Mauritius’ Le Morne peninsula, on the island’s southwest coast, are often referred to as an “underwater waterfall”. Find out more.
Shingai Darangwa describes Mauritius as ‘a paradise unlike any other on the continent – perhaps even the world’. Read on to find out about 3 must-sees on the island.
A writer who grew up enjoying all Mauritius has to offer, celebrates the island in all it’s glory.
In light of the positive economic outlook for Mauritius, the next two years should be treated as a rare window of opportunity for accelerated reforms
Mauritius could be your perfect honeymoon choice – argues this useful piece over in Brides, which draws a direct comparison between the island’s charms and those of the Maldives.