Mauritius
  • AirAsia X adds Mauritius flights

    AirAsia X adds Mauritius flights

    AirAsia X will now fly travellers to the island paradise of Mauritius, with the highly anticipated inaugural flight landing at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport yesterday.

    The 100% full flight marks the airline group’s strong presence in the African continent, with Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority, Director, Kevin Ramkeloan welcomed guests on board the inaugural flight.

  • Discover the Best of the Bush and Beach in Mauritius

    Discover the Best of the Bush and Beach in Mauritius

    Perfect for the couple craving the best of Africa, Beachcomber’s Bush & Beach holiday package has us swooning.

  • 6 Nights of Mauritian Luxury and Flights for Only $2189

    6 Nights of Mauritian Luxury and Flights for Only $2189

    Outrigger Mauritius Beach Resort are offering couples an incredible price for a romantic getaway deal: six nights in a Deluxe Sea Room, flights, daily breakfast and dinner from $2189 per person. 

  • A Mauritius Shangri-La Receives Magic Makeover

    A Mauritius Shangri-La Receives Magic Makeover

    We can’t wait for the 1 November unveiling of Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius, following an extensive six-month renovation.

  • A Sneak Peek of Shangri-La's Luxurious New Mauritius Property

    A Sneak Peek of Shangri-La's Luxurious New Mauritius Property

    The luxury hotel chain Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts are set to open a new resort in Mauritius – Shangri-La's Touessrok Resort and Spa on November 1. Here are some stunning images to whet your appetite for a tropical romantic getaway!

  • Mauritius: African Spice Meets French Sophistication

    Mauritius: African Spice Meets French Sophistication

    If the thought of a lush tropical isle adrift in the balmy Indian Ocean has you double-checking your passport validity, would a seductive blend of African spice and French sophistication seal the deal?

  • Spa-Struck in Mauritius

    Spa-Struck in Mauritius

    Spa-loving couples looking to honeymoon or marry in Mauritius now have another gorgeous spa destination to consider, with the newly opened Outrigger Mauritius Resort & Spa announcing that, from March 19, the resort's The Navasana Spa is operational.

  • Mauritius: The top honeymooning destination

    Mauritius: The top honeymooning destination

     

    If you are in search of the perfect destination for honeymoons, look no further than the beautiful island of Mauritius.

    This exotic island was voted the World's Leading Honeymoon Destination 2013 at the World Travel Awards held in Doha, Qatar on November 30.

    This was the second year in a row Mauritius scooped up the accolade.The World Travel Awards are a prestigious industry scheme, having operated for 20 years and acknowledged worldwide.

    Guests from all over the globe travelled to be a part of the awards and being labelled a winner is a true accomplishment.

  • MAURITIUS: Tropique Magnifique

    MAURITIUS: Tropique Magnifique

    Voluptuously tropical, vibrantly cultural and wrapped in a catchy Creole vibe, Mauritius weaves a spell that’s indelibly magical.

    It was Mauritius that inspired Mark Twain – a man not short on comparisons – to ponder that God must have modelled this island on paradise itself. Happily, the heavenly connotations remain abundant: exultant tropical beauty, rhinestone-sparkly lagoons that kiss sugary sands, high-kilowatt smiles, the ever-present promise of fulsome pleasures. Mauritius is most remarkable however, for the way it goes to your head – in all the best ways.

  • Meet Me In Mauritius

    Meet Me In Mauritius

    Discover the sweetest side of life on the enticing beaches and dramatic mountains of this tropical jewel.

    I was sitting at a table on the verandah of the Maison Eureka, an original early nineteenth century home in the hills south of the Mauritian capital of Port Louis, and was about to be served a meal that was quintessentially Mauritian. A traditional Creole dish of chicken entrails seared with garlic butter, lentils and rice came with a refreshing glass of “alouda”, a stimulating mix of basil seeds, milk, vanilla ice-cream and crushed ice mixed with a sort of gelatin made from wild sea vegetables, and all prepared in the same 1840s kitchen that once served breakfast to the Duke and Duchess of York.

  • Q&A with Terri Cordin of Wildlife Safari

    Q&A with Terri Cordin of Wildlife Safari

    For a different spin on luxury travel, Terri Cordin, Marketing Manager of Wildlife Safari shares her hints and tips on exotic travel destinations…

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