Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island, is known for its luxury resorts, palm-fringed, white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, lagoons, reefs and golf courses.   It is the perfect beach getaway for both couples and families, and offers fantastic service together with a fascinating mix of Creole and Indian cultures.

The island, however, is not all about relaxing and sipping cocktails.   For those willing to explore other corners there is so much more this island has to offer …..

Head inland to the Chamarel Mountains and discover the seven-coloured earth – multi-coloured rolling dunes creating a lunar-like landscape.   Visit the Botanical Gardens and stand in awe at the enormity of the Giant Water Lilies, or awaken your five senses as you discover the making of teas, rum, vanilla and essential oils as you stroll down the exotic gardens of Bois Cheri tea plantation.   Indian temples, colonial houses, flying foxes, hiking trails, quad-biking, zip–lining and horse-riding are just some of the inland highlights and activities.

On the coast you can enjoy kite-surfing, para-sailing, deep-sea fishing and glass-bottom boat rides from which you can marvel at the beauty of the reefs right below you.

Whether it be a private villa, small boutique hotel or luxury resort, we will listen carefully to your ideas and help guide and inspire you to create that memorable holiday.

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Travel Information

 Best Time to Visit:  April to June, September to December
Time Difference:  GMT +3 hrs
Flight Duration:  11 hrs 55 mins
Fly To:  Mauritius

Best Time to Visit

Summer (October to April)
Deep-sea fishing off the west and north coasts - best visibility for scuba diving and snorkeling.
Winter (May to September)
North and west coasts are more sheltered from the south-easterly winds.

The island has a tropical climate with warm weather all year round.   The best time to visit is between April and June, and then again between September and December, when days are warm, dry and sunny.   This is considered their winter season, and humidity is at its lowest then too. The Mauritian summer runs from October to April, when days are hot and humid with chances of rain.   Between January and March there is a risk of cyclones. July and August tend to be the windiest months and are best avoided on the east coast.


Travel Advice

For current information, visa requirements and any travel related advice, please refer to the The Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.