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There is no questioning the beauty of Mauritius' beaches. And the famous powder white sands, which slope gently into sapphire blue waters, have long lured visitors to the island. Yet beyond their...

The Seven Coloured Earths are a geological formation and prominent tourist attraction found in the Chamarel plain of the Rivière Noire District in south-western Mauritius.

The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, commonly known as the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden, is a popular tourist attraction in Pamplemousses, near Port Louis, Mauritius, and the oldest botanical...

There is much more to Mauritius than gorgeous beaches! If you can tear yourself away from the exotic sands for just a second; there are many things to do in Mauritius including activities, historic sights,...

Mahébourg is a small city located on the south-eastern coast of the island of Mauritius. Considered as the main village of the Grand Port District it is named after Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais,...

The island of Ile aux Cerfs lies off Trou d’Eau Douce in the largest lagoon of Mauritius and offers picturesque surroundings in a “chic and wild” setting for a breathtaking experience of natural...

Curious Corner aims to help you explore that grey area of life, where things are not what they seem, whilst having fun in the process.

Château de Labourdonnais, surrounded by its beautiful orchards, was built between 1856 and 1859 by Christian Wiehe himself then his descendant lived there until recently.

Come and taste the good food of China Town and discover the culture of an authentic place in Mauritius!

Come and try these unforgettable adventures at Chamarel Village and discover a selection of Mauritius wonders!

“In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” Le Pouce is the third highest peak on the island and one of the most iconic features of the landscape. Le Pouce is located...

This visit takes us to cozy streets filled with all sorts of flowers, trees in the soil as well as in the sea, and sometimes even coming down from an abandoned house’s roof! Alongside the newly built...

With Blue Safari, you can discover the splendours of Mauritius in a unique way.Blue Safari Submarines There are two submarines in the Blue Safari fleet, and both offer a unique and unforgettable activity...

Andrea Lodges is a little nature sanctuary in the wild and untamed South of the island has a perfect spot for eco-tourism and adventure in Mauritius!

The shrine of French Catholic priest and missionary Père Jacques-Désiré Laval is something of a Lourdes of the Indian Ocean

a beautiful panoramic view of Port-Louis.Marie Reine de la Paix is an open church on the side of Signal mountain, where you have a beautiful panoramic view of Port-Louis. Hundreds of locals and tourists...

Discover the incredible Mauritius Island with Tours Booking which guides you through a large range of Mauritius sightseeing tours. We suggest you sightseeing tours to all regions of Mauritius which includes...

Mauritius is a country with a lot of different cultures and you can taste that in the food. You will find flavours from all over the world here, but then with its own Creole twist. Food from China, India,...

A visit to this gallery is a beautiful look into both the rich history and the exciting future of the island.Since 1987, Galerie Hélène de Senneville has provided a meeting place between artists and lovers...

Finding the best prepaid SIM cards when visiting Mauritius? The Republic of Mauritius is one of the top tourist destinations in the Indian Ocean, off the southeast coast of the African continent. If you’re...

Mauritius enjoys a mild tropical maritime climate throughout the year. The country has two seasons: a warm humid summer extending from November to April and a relatively cool dry winter from June to September....

Despite the lengthy British connection, a French-based Creole language is commonly spoken, and most place names are French. Lighthouses in Mauritius are maintained by the Mauritius Ports Authority.

Rodrigues Island is a tiny little jewel 108km2 off the northeast coast of Mauritius, with a population of around 38,000 people. Of volcanic origin, it owes its name to the Portuguese ships’ boat, Diego...

At the heart of the Indian Ocean, some 650 km to the north-east of Mauritius, Rodrigues Island is the part of Africa that is closest to Australia. Born from volcanic activity between 1.3 and 1.5 million...

In the heart of the Indian Ocean, at latitude 19°43’ S and longitude 63°25’ E, Rodrigues Island stretches over a surface area of 108 km2. Some 650 km to the north-east of Mauritius, it is the part...

Rodrigues Island is also renowned for its authenticity – which makes the uniqueness of its anti-stress island. Authentically Creole the Rodriguan culture is vibrant through the music, dances and cuisine...

Welcome to Ile aux Cocos! Located at 4 km to the west of Rodrigues, emerging from the lagoon, this strip of sand is a nature reserve where thousands of sea birds have sought shelter. Principally, we can observe...

The island of Mauritius lies about 800 kilometers east of Madagascar between longitudes 57 18' and 57 49' east, and latitudes 19 59' and 20 32' south. Pearl-shaped, it is sixty-one...

The Maiden is the most popular and important event on the turfist’s list. In Mauritius, the Maiden happens mostly in the month of September and during the event, thousands and thousands of horse-racing...

Mauritian sega has been recognized by the UNESCO. This traditional Mauritian music was built around the ravanne (instrument), and has evolved with artists like Abaim, Lespri Ravann, Menwar, amongst others. Mauritian...

You will find a variety of languages in Mauritius reflecting the diverse and exciting range of cultures that have come together on the island. The most prominent languages you’ll hear on an everyday...

The Robert Edward Hart Memorial Museum is located in the newly renovated coral bungalow by the seashore at Souillac. It is at this place that the Mauritian poet spent the last years of his life. Robert...

The Flic en Flac beach is nearly two kilometers and you can also practice swimming, snorkeling or scuba diving year-round. Indeed, the beach is a paradise for diving with its many caves and wrecks like...

Blue Penny Museum Musée de la Photographie National History Museum, Mahebourg Natural History Museum, Port-Louis Robert Edward Hart Memorial Museum Sookdeo Bissoondoyal Memorial Museum Sir Seewoosagur...

In Mauritius every city has its market operating day. Mauritius markets provide a large variety of authentic products at the best price. Discover the best places to go shopping in Mauritius and enjoy the best...

Who would expect to see a Martello Tower alongside our tropical beach? The mighty fortress stands guard at La Preneuse on the South West coast of Mauritius. One of the best examples in the world! The cannon...

During the festival you’ll come across processions of devotees happily dancing and chanting on the roads. You’ll see colourful effigies of Lord Ganesh on small platforms being carried with great enthusiasm....

Port-Louis, the capital city provides a lot of small and big malls to shop. The perfect address to more than 100 small retail shops including typical Chinese shops selling herbs, and Chinese origin products...

At Grand Baie Bazar you can find a variety of stalls, where all kinds of things are offered.Souvenirs; clothes; colorful bags, fabrics and handicrafts.Beautiful stone, silver and gold jewellery can be bought...

Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius is Mauritius's leading shopping and retail destination. Bagatelle Mall of Mauritius merges the world's most desirable brands with shopping convenience and entertainment...

After having visited places of interests, or lying down in the sun all day, a good night out can be an exciting option! For those who feel like making the most of the warm tropical nights, there are a host...

The Tamarind Falls Hike is surely a hike you want to add to your list of thrilling climbs that you will experience in Mauritius. Through its greenery and rainforest-like setting you would not actually...

The Mauritian Rupee is the currency of Mauritius. The currency rankings show that the most popular Mauritius Rupee exchange rate is the USD to MUR rate. The currency code for Rupees is MUR, and the currency...

The Dodo were huge birds of unknown species that existed only on the island of Mauritius which had no human habitation prior to 1598. Due to its short wings and bulky body the dodo could not fly or flee...

Both Mauritius and Rodrigues offer a vast variety of delicious cuisine, reflecting the diverse nature of the many cultures that make up the islands. Tickle your tastebuds with Creole, French, Indian or Chinese.Absolute...

About 500 metres off the coast at La Gaulette (South West of Mauritius) is l'ile aux Bénitiers. It is a large coral sand island approximately two kilometres long and 500 metres at its widest point...

In the North East lagoon of Mauritius, near the villages of St Antoine and Poudre d’Or, stands Amber Island. This beautiful island of 140 hectares form part of the local national parks, protected by the Mauritian...

The beach at Belle Mare is located near the town of Mahebourg on the South East coast of Mauritius, between Belle Mare and Pointe de Flacq. By visiting the beach you will find long stretches of sandy pristine...

The popular north coast of Mauritius is home to some of the island’s best beaches, renowned for a variety of water-based activities and the crystal clear lagoon. Here’s a quick guide to four of our favourites:

The West coast of Mauritius is warmer in the winter months (May to August) and drier all year round. The resorts of the west coast are mainly clustered around the region’s best beach, Flic en Flac, south...

The natural richness of the Mauritian lagoon, where you can observe some 600 species of fish and the inviting water temperature, between 23 ° and 27 ° depending on the season, also offers a range of beach...

The eastern coast is much breezier due to its South East Trade Winds-a region mostly visited by kite surfing enthusiasts. The isolated and serene Eastern part of Mauritius offers you a rather tranquil...

Travel formalities vary according to passenger profiles. Find out which ones apply to you, and be thorough, since missing or non-compliant documents may unfortunately result in being unable to travel.

Drugs are totally prohibited, and drug traffickers are liable to high penalties. Even if the law provides for fast track trials for visitors, drug traffic is considered a serious crime and you might end up spending...

See below the list of Emergency Numbers in Mauritius: • Police Direct Line – 999 or 112 • Samu ( Ambulance)-114 • Fire Services-115 • Crime Stoppers-148 • Police Information Room- 208 0034...

Visiting Mauritius by car is one of the best ways to discover the paradise island.In Mauritius you drive on the left-hand side of the road and give way to the right. It may be difficult for some to change...

Mauritius has a good bus network, which is spread throughout the country. Most of the locals are using the bus to get around the island. Taking the bus is not very comfortable, but it is a special adventure...

Generally Mauritius travel guides advise that it is totally safe to visit Mauritius. Nevertheless, every destination comes with its piece of petty crime and Mauritius also forms part. You want to know...

Taking home a souvenir of your travels is one of the best ways to re-live your journey after you return. Conjure the sights, sounds and smells of your adventure in Mauritius with our guide to the best...

If you are passionate about thrills, you will be served! Summer tobogganing has been added to Casela’s numerous activities. The Tulawaka Gold Coaster is inspired by the gold mines of Tanzania and promises...

Beautiful Mauritius with its ethereal white beaches, green countryside and wide choice of cuisine is the ideal place to be on a honeymoon. This picturesque island nation off the southeast coast of Africa...

Mauritius offers one of the healthiest fisheries in the world, where twenty-fish days are not uncommon, and fish simply don’t come in small sizes. The Mauritiusn Ministry of Tourism, reports that dorodo...

The market operates on Wednesdays and Saturdays and is crammed with stalls selling all manner of homemade and home-grown goodies: chutneys, drinks, woven baskets and hats, fruit and vegetables.

Creole food forms an important part of traditional Rodrigues cooking. Through time and with the influence of cultural interactions, the Rodrigues table got mixed with Chinese, European and Indian menus...

A tiny Indian Ocean island is not somewhere you’d expect to descend into a 600 metre long cave system full of stalactites and stalagmites, but 560km east of Mauritius on the tropical island of Rodrigues,...

Located on the Rodrigues Island, this tiny and secluded beach is definitely a must visit. he Trou d’Argent Beach is a great place for a relaxing picnic or just lounging in the sun.

Form the base of the culture of every nation: food, music, crafts...it can be seen that the local music and traditional dances are quite used during shows in hotels and other cultural events

Discover the best thing to do in Rodrigues Island with Mauritius Toursbooking.mu cheapest booking online website.

In Mauritius, as with all other islands in the Indian Ocean, the seasons are reversed when compared to the northern hemisphere. So in December you won’t witness so! Christmas is celebrated in the sun!...

Hinduism is one of the major religions in Mauritius, representing some 55% of the population according to the 2011 census. All across the island are Hindu temples of immense beauty and charm, Hari Hara...

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