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Come and experience the real Mauritius

About Mauritius

  • Geographical Area

    1865 km2

  • Population

    1.3 million inhabitants

  • Point le plus haut

    Le Piton de la Rivière Noire

  • Capital


  • Political nature of the State

    Parliamentary Democratic Republic

  • Languages

    English, French, Mauritian Creole, Asian languages

  • Religions

    Hinduism (48 %), Catholicism (24 %), Islam (17 %)

  • Time difference

    GMT/UTC + 4 h

  • Currency

    The Mauritian Rupee
    (symbol is Rs. or MUR)

  • Weather

    Pleasant tropical climate, with an annual average temperature between 20 to 31°C; summer season from November to April, while temperatures are cooler from June to September.

Life on the island

Mauritius is a fascinating country to discover with its cultural diversity, rich culinary flavours, beautiful landscapes, fauna and flora, and numerous activities. For us, Mauritius is not only a tropical destination: it is an emotion, an encounter, and a warm and spontaneous welcome.

Modernity and tradition

Whether you are looking for a modern or traditional Mauritius, or on holiday for adventure or relaxation, the island has an undeniable power of seduction and keeps its promises of delighting you with an unforgettable holiday!

You will have only one desire: to come back…

Discover Mauritius

The Northeast coast

The Northeast coast

Along the north-eastern sandy coast The coastal road from Mont-Choisy to Poste Lafayette enables one to discover the many small villages of the North and the East of the island. […]

Discovery of the West

Discovery of the West

The western coast of Mauritius is recognized for its stunning scenery, sandy beaches, hiking trails, coastal communities, and the enigmatic Le Morne Barbant mountain, a UNESCO […]

From the South to the East of Mauritius

From the South to the East of Mauritius

Between the charming fishing village of Trou d’Eau Douce, the historic town of Mahébourg, the famous ‘Tea Adventure’ linking Curepipe to Souillac, and the magnificent region […]