Mauritius Holidays

  • The jewel of the indian ocean.
  • Luxury accommodation.
  • World class diving.
  • A stunning venue for your wedding or honeymoon.
  • Live.
  • Breath.
  • Relax.

Mauritius Hotels

Mauritius Hotels will suit the full range of tastes and budgets. Hotels range from 1 star to exclusive 5 star facilities. Options available also include self-catering cottages, bed and breakfasts and guesthouses.Standards are very high. Read more about Mauritius Hotels

Mauritius Luxury Hotels

Mauritius Luxury Hotels offer world class comfort,style and facilities that will stand comparison with anywhere in the world. The range of 5 star hotels is extensive, with the jewel in the crown being Le Touessrok. Exquisite cuisine, beautifully furnished rooms and excellent service can be expected at the Luxury end of a Mauritius holiday.Read more about Mauritius Luxury Hotels

Le Touessrok

Le Touessrok is one of the most popular resorts in Mauritius. It is located on the east coast of the main island of Mauritius, on the Trou d’eau Douce bay. It is at a convenient location, about an hour’s drive from the capital of Mauritius, Port Louis and also an hour’s drive from the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport. The resort is world famous and appeared on the travel magazine Conde Nast’s Gold List in 2011.Read more about Le Touessrok

Mauritius Deals

Mauritius Dealsare available if you know where to look for them. Like anywhere in the world there will be times when Mauritius is packed and other times when it is quiet, if your situation allows you the flexibility to be able to book your Mauritius holiday when the best prices are available we will help to match your flexibility with the best deal in town.Read more about Mauritius Deals

Mauritius is an island off the southern coast of Africa found in the Indian Ocean. The republic of Mauritius is actually made up of a group of islands, the main one referred to as Mauritius and the other five dependencies called Agalega Isalands, Rodrigues Island, Cargados Carajos Shoals, Tromelin Island and Chagos Archipelago.

Mauritius is one of the very popular tourist destinations in Africa. It is constantly listed on the ‘World Tourism Barometer’ published by the UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization) as one of the top ten African. It is not hard to see why. Mauritius is blessed with excellent weather and climate. It enjoys warm tropical climate with temperatures ranging from 22 c to 28 c give or take a few degrees. You can visit all year round but it is best to avoid the months of January and February. It is cyclone season then and the days are very hot and humid.

Being an island one would think that all Mauritius has to offer is beautiful sandy beaches and sunny blue skies. While it is true that Mauritius is known for its beaches, it has a whole lot more to offer. This is one of the reasons it is such a popular tourist destination.

Mauritius offers something for everyone. For the adventurous types there is a wide range of activities. You can opt to go horse riding at the Mauritius horse trails or hiking in the nature trails. An activity that must be attempted by the not-so-faint hearted is the ‘Lion walk’ at the Casela nature trail. There are loads of water sports such as waterskiing, surfboarding, snorkeling, diving, parasailing etc offered at the beach hotels.

Mauritius also has a very rich and diverse history. There are plenty of interesting sites and places to visit. One such place is the Blue Penny Museum which is a philatelic museum. It is famed to be home to the home of two of the rarest and most expensive stamps in the world. Other historic sites to visit include the Citadel Fort Adelaide, Maison Eureka which is an old Creole House and the Aarpravasi Ghat which is a world heritage site.

For nature lovers, the Pamplemousses Gardens which is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. The gardens were renamed in 1988 after the first Prime Minister, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam.

If you are more into a sedate and tranquil holiday you can opt to simply lie on the beach or at the poolside sipping on a tropical cocktail. There’s friendly service at your beck and call.

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