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packing list Mauritius holidays
Posted on: March 13 2019
Whether you like to travel light or bring your entire wardrobe with you, we are happy with it — as long as you carry the must-haves with you. We are here to help you pack efficiently for your holiday in Mauritius, and ensure there will be space left in your luggage for the many...
Couple on honeymoon in Mauritius
Posted on: February 20 2019
Congratulations on your wedding and a honeymoon well-chosen! Because, when you think of merry newlyweds, romantic settings, and intimacy, Mauritius is rightfully coming first in your preferences. The Paradise Island offers a balanced set of experiences for all types of couples — from beach...
Restaurants Mauritius
Posted on: February 11 2019
Mauritius’ vibrant dining scene embraces tastes from the world’s most loved cuisines and presents them in well-curated and authentic settings. To save you time and make your life easier, we have composed a list of ten tried-out and appraised restaurants in the North — representative of...
Mauritius Beach Family and Couples
Posted on: January 9 2019
Known as “The Star and Key of the Indian Ocean” because of its spectacular beauty and remote location, Mauritius has earned the reputation of a top holiday destination.  From museums, central markets and nature reserves to extreme activities, island tours, mountain climbing, snorkelling and...
Port Louis Central Market Mauritius
Posted on: November 27 2018

Markets are always a must to explore when travelling abroad and Mauritius surely has a few to choose from. In fact, the traditional markets opened many years ago when the first port was build which allowed locals to buy imported goods arriving by the merchant ships in one place. The market...

World Map
Posted on: November 27 2018

The paradise island Mauritius is located in the heart of the Indian Ocean and lies 800 km away from Madagascar’s east coast, about 2,000 kilometres  away from the east coast of Africa and is said to be a part of the African Continent. The island is around 61km long and 46 km wide with a total...