Mauritius is a cultural melting pot, combining a heady mix of African, Indian and European influences. It is famous for its luxury beach resorts and stunning shores, and is renowned as a world-class destination for scuba diving and deep-sea fishing. From sophisticated nightlife and five-star cuisine to remote beaches and sleepy fishing villages, there is something for everyone in Mauritius.
Explore the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the island, the famous Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens, the Moorish Citadel Fort the busy Caudan Water Front and a museum delving into the history of sugar production in Mauritius.
Put on your walking shoes for a leisurely stroll through the historical and cultural heritage of the more than two-and-ahalf- century old capital city, Port Louis.
Discover Mauritius away from the beaches. Stand on the cone of a dormant volcano then cruise through endemic natural forests and a sacred lake. Take in the spectacle of Chamarel's enigmatic coloured sands then visit a rum distillery.
Explore the south of Mauritius on a quad bike guided tour along the Savanne river, the Gris Gris cliffs, La Roche qui Pleure. Pass Rochester falls, enjoy a picnic lunch and a swim at Lion Falls then meet giant tortoises and crocodiles at Vanille Park.
Specially designed for nature lovers, the 2 hour quad ride activity is the best opportunity which allows you to discover part of the South of Mauritius in an authentic way.
Swim with dolphins and on your Mauritius holiday. Get up close and personal while you learn some fascinating facts about these inquisitive mammals.
Enjoy this unique whale encounter on your Mauritius holiday and discover how these massive mammals live.
This full-day encounter with both dolphins and Whales is sure to amaze you and one to tick off the bucket list!
Get wild and walk on the ocean floor surrounded by exquisite, exotic and inquisitive fish. The activity takes place in 3-4 meters of water in a calm and crystal clear lagoon.
Explore the tropical ocean on an incredible 45 minute submarine excursion. Sink to 35 metres below sea level in a comfortable chair with its own viewing window and view the rich sea life at eye level.