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Fuel Your Wanderlust in Mauritius

desperate girl
Posted on: November 27 2018

Have we not all been travelling abroad grabbing a taxi, buying at the local market and then figuring out that you have been caught in one of the many tourists traps paying way too much or even get scammed? Well we have, therefore we have made a little guide on how to avoid these traps in...

bar tender
Posted on: November 27 2018

Tipping Policy in Mauritius

We say that tipping is not compulsory in Mauritius. The locals know that in order to earn tips an extra effort, work and attention needs to be given to the clients. However, hotels, tour operators, guides and restaurants are always going to do...

hands holding money
Posted on: November 27 2018

Mauritian currency
When visiting a foreign country, it is always good to know which currency they are dealing with in order to prepare yourself for your trip. The currency in Mauritius is called Mauritian Rupees and got its name from the Indian immigration which started in...

Mauritian country flag
Posted on: November 27 2018

The official language in Mauritius is English; however, the majority of the country prefers to speak French or the local language, the Mauritian Creole. Most places English is widely understood and spoken, but the lower social class are not always able to communicate in English.


three palm trees
Posted on: November 27 2018

Summer season, winter season and tropical storms...
The most commonly asked question about Mauritius may well be "when to visit Mauritius". Mauritius is a lovely subtropical island and 90 percent of the year the sun is shining and the birds are singing but the Mauritian...

car mirror travelling
Posted on: November 27 2018

While visiting Mauritius, it is possible for you to discover the island by taxi, public bus transfers and rental cars.

Grab a Taxi
Taxis are to be found everywhere on the roads and many taxi drivers will approach travellers themselves before you even get a chance to...