Why do people come back to Mauritius?

Because Mauritius offers something for everyone, people return again and again for different kinds of holidays: as romantic couples and adventure seekers and as families looking for child-friendly ocean fun.

With the diversity of attractions and experiences that Mauritius has to offer, you wouldn’t be able to fit them all into one trip and you’ll be planning the next holiday before you leave. Foodie travellers could spend their entire holiday exploring the island’s gastronomic delights and never have time to go snorkelling, whilst surfers may be in the ocean every day and miss out on exploring the island’s beautiful natural attractions in the interior.

From dawn to dusk, Mauritius inspires

The island varies a lot from coast to coast, from the northern end which buzzes with nightlife and restaurants, to the wild south coast which is largely undeveloped and boasts extraordinary natural beauty. It definitely makes sense to return to Mauritius on repeated trips and stay on each four coasts to fully experience all sides of the island.


Our Recommended Itinerary

South Africa and Mauritius Island Holiday (12 days)

day 1 to 3

Enjoy safari of a lifetime!

day 4

Welcome to the City of Gold!

day 5 to 11

Enjoy the Tropical Island!

day 12

End of Journey!

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Mauritius in March

Climate The month of March has warm temperatures and some rain, although less rainfall than earlier in the year. This month there is a chance of cyclones, although they aren’t that common – Mauritius typically gets hit with a cyclone once every five years. Highlights of the month/disadvantage + advantages March is a popular time to visit Mauritius as it’s warm but not rainy or…

Flic en Flac

After Grand Baie Flic en Flac is the most popular tourist area in Mauritius. The once small fishing area on the west of the island has developed into a hub of resorts, hotels, rental apartments, restaurants, bars, clubs and souvenir shops. The beach itself is one of the best on the island – a long 8km stretch of white sand where you can laze away days, have picnics under the shade of…

Mauritius in February

February is a hot and humid month in Mauritius, and it’s the second rainiest (after January). There is still a chance of cyclones in February although they aren’t that common. Highlights of the month/disadvantage + advantages The weather in February isn’t ideal for a beach holiday, but the skies do tend to clear up after a rain shower and there are fewer people this month after…

Mauritius in November

Climate In November, warm weather (with highs of 28C) and not much rain make for an ideal beach holiday climate. Highlights of the month/disadvantage + advantages November is one of the best months of the year to visit Mauritius because of the ideal weather and because it’s not yet too busy. November is a great month for scuba diving – especially if you’d like to see seasonal…

Mauritius in January

Climate January is the hottest and wettest month in Mauritius, with an average maximum temperature of 30C. Although it rains often, it mostly doesn’t rain for long, and the sun soon comes out again. There is a chance of cyclones in January, but they don’t occur very often – typically Mauritius gets hit by a cyclone twice in a decade. Highlights of the month/disadvantage +…

Grand Bassin

Lying inland in the mountains of the southwest of the island, Grand Bassin, or Ganga Talao, is a crater lake sacred to Hindus, who believe that it was formed when Shiva spilt drops of water from the Ganges River in India. The largest natural lake in Mauritius, Grand Bassin is surrounded by candy-coloured statues of gods and Hindu temples. During Maha Shivaratri, which takes place at the…

Popular Mauritius Safaris

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

 | Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)

Kruger, Cape Town and Mauritius Bush & Beach Safari (15 days)

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....

 | South Africa and Mauritius Island Holiday (12 days)

South Africa and Mauritius Island Holiday (12 days)

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....

 | Magical Mauritius and South Africa Honeymoon Safari (11 days)

Magical Mauritius and South Africa Honeymoon Safari

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