Holidays in Mauritius
The idyllic island getaway
Over 300km of white sandy beaches, coral reefs and warm azure waters surround Mauritius – combining wildlife, adventure and pamper, as well as a range of water and land activities including sailing, snorkeling and scuba diving, golf, tennis and more. This island paradise is an attractive honeymoon location, or the picturesque setting for some relaxation to conclude an adventurous African safari.
The vast stretch of coastline and beautiful beaches make Mauritius a haven for aquatic experiences, and activities on the water are abound. Take your pick of sailing, catamaran cruises, and for the more adventurous, water skiing, snorkelling, deep sea fishing and scuba diving.
Situated over 600km to the north east of Mauritius, Rodrigues is incredibly isolated, making it a beautiful and privileged island to visit. Explore a stunning coastline, interact with relaxed people – and remember there are some places on the planet that are still left mostly undiscovered.
Île aux Aigrettes
This 26-hectare nature reserve maintains some of Mauritius’ most unique and endangered species and ecosystems – a place that you can picture yourself visiting as an explorer, for a completely untainted view of Mauritius’ natural past.