Mauritius tours & holiday packages

The magical island off the African coast that will leave you relaxed and ready for more

The mountainous island of Mauritius just east of Madagascar is an unspoiled island destination for those looking for privacy and uncomprimising solitude.

The majority of tourists visit Mauritius between the summer months of October and April, the island has amazing weather all year round, with temperatures looming around 30°C but the rains which usually appear during January to March will cool things off.

If you're not keen on this steamy, humid weather, then Mauritius between July and September is ideal with temperatures hovering around 25°C, perfect for outdoor activities such as hiking. 

Popular Mauritius safaris

These popular itineraries can be customised to match your budget and travel dates

Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari

Mauritius and South Africa honeymoon safari

Start your trip in South Africa and finish in Mauritius. Experience the stunning beaches and the Big Five in the Phinda Private Game Reserve.

$ 4,945

£ 3,743

R 67,050


per person

11 days
15-day Kruger, Cape Town, Mauritius Bush and Beach safari

15-day Kruger, Cape Town, Mauritius Bush and Beach safari

Spend your days discovering the fine beaches of Cape Town, enjoying the remarkably untamed wilderness of the Kruger National Park and swimming the pristine beaches of Mauritius.

$ 6,744

£ 5,105

R 91,450


per person

15 days
South Africa and Mauritius Island Holiday

South Africa and Mauritius Island Holiday

South Africa has so much to offer, from spotting the elusive leopard, to exploring Johannesburg's historical sites. Include the tropical island of Mauritius for an even more unforgettable vacation.

$ 5,721

£ 4,331

R 77,575


per person

12 days
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Alice Lombard says

Great warm water beaches, water sports and tons of tourist attractions make Mauritius the island like no other. And don't forget the cocktails.

More on Mauritius holidays

The Republic of Mauritius, the main island, from which the Mauritius derives its name, is of volcanic origin and is almost entirely surrounded by the coral reefs of the Indian Ocean.

Mauritius was the home of the now extinct dodo, a large flightless bird, closely related to pigeons. The Dodo was forced into extinction close to the end of the 17th century due to hunting and the introduction of predatory species.

Mauritius Map

Mauritius's location on Google Maps

Frequently Asked Questions about Mauritius

What types of plugs are used in the Southern and Eastern African countries?

Botswana: Electric plug M 230V and 50Hz Kenya: Electric plug G 240V and 50Hz Malawi: Electrical plug G 230V and 50Hz Mauritius: Electrical plug C & G, 230V and 50Hz Mozambique: Electrical plug C,F,M, 220V and 50Hz Namibia: Electric plug… go there.

What kinds of animals will I see on safari?

Whether you are in the Southern or East Africa you will generally be able to see the big five. The difference really comes in when considering antelope as they are based on your chosen location. go there.

What vaccinations should I get?

This is all dependant on the countries that you will be visitng and due to the status of certain vaccinations changing at times, please consult our experts before getting vaccines. go there.

Is it okay to drink the water?

In some parts of Southern Africa it is safe to drink the tap water, however it is highly recommended to stick to bottled water (mostly supplied) during your trip as even drinkable African water is completely different in taste and… go there.

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