Celebrated author Mark Twain once wrote "You gather the idea that Mauritius was made first and then heaven, and that heaven was copied after Mauritius. "You just need to visit the tropical paradise of Mauritius to realise how true these words are! Mauritius is a fascinating island that personifies images of tropical luxury along with remarkable extravagance.
Mauritius amazes visitors with its stunningly beautiful beaches, cobalt-blue sea, scenic islands, delicious cuisines, cascading waterfalls, awe-inspiring mountains, and wonderful marine life. This Indian Ocean destination is a place people fantasise about, there's no wonder that luxury holidays to Mauritius are highly sought after. The island nation is encumbered with great historic sights and offers a fantastic range of interesting activities including catamaran cruises, scenic tours, dolphin encounters, whale watching, and many more! But perhaps the biggest charm of Mauritius holidays is the affectionate nature of the region's welcoming people.
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Climate & Best Time to Visit
Mauritius has a tropical coastal climate. July to September is generally regarded the best time to visit Mauritius as the humidity and temperature is lower during this period. The hot and rainy season is from January to April, there is usually tropical downpours during these months. If you enjoy diving, consider booking your holiday between December and March as the waters are the clearest during these months. November to February is the busy tourist season as holidaymakers from Europe land in Mauritius to get away from the cold winter weather at home.
Mauritius is a land of diverse cultures, and the cuisine is a blend of Indian, Chinese, European and African influences. The food in Mauritius is largely inspired by the tropical location of the island and seafood is a prominent part of the cuisine here.
Shoppers on their holidays in Mauritius will find that the country has abolished taxes on most shopping items, making it an incredible place to purchase luxury goods such as designer clothing, jewellery, and perfume. There are many shopping centres located all around Mauritius for shoppers to enjoy. Le Caudan Waterfront complex in Port Louis is a great place to locate designer shops, it is very popular amongst Mauritians and tourists.
Mauritius offers a huge range of resorts and hotels. Whether you're looking for a luxurious hotel or a budget option, we have a large selection of Mauritius holiday packages available. Some of the finest resorts are scattered along the country's best beaches and most of the big luxury hotel chains, such as Oberoi and Le Meridien, have hotels and resorts in Mauritius.