An Insider’s Guide to Mauritian Beaches

Mauritius’s beautiful beaches are a key draw – and with over 160km-worth, including a calm lagoon almost entirely encircled by coral reef, you won’t have to go far to find one. All beaches are public, with parking areas and toilets, although hotels have subtly claimed the best ones. The north has the greatest concentration and

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Mauritius – Exhilarating Adventures

Looking for an adventure in the midst of nature? You are at the right place! Mauritius is known for its natural beauty and scenic views. So feast your eyes with panoramic scenery joining any of the exciting half day or full day excursions offered on this page. Here you will find many unique activities to

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Rainbow of Mauritian Food

On the occasion of Independence Day, from the 1st March to the 13th March 2017, Bagatelle Mall puts forward Mauritian Food. Come enjoy this rainbow of tastes proposed by our restaurants! And on the 12th March 2017, don’t miss the Dodo Bird Hunt game and stand the chance to win awesome prizes! Come and join us

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Last December, for three consecutive nights, the city dazzled 1 of 3 Mauritians who wandered the illuminated, vibrant streets late into the night. People of all ages and ethnicities stood in awe at the capital’s beauty and liveliness. The contemporary cultural festival removed religious, cultural, generational and social barriers, bringing instead the Mauritian people together

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The Mauritius Turf Club welcomed jockeys from around the globe for the season’s finale racing day. French jockey Maxime Guyon bagged his hat-trick in the final contest of the season, as he rode Alain Perdrau’s Sunset Breeze to his second win on Mauritian turf. In doing so, he also won the Jockeys’ competition for this

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The Ferney Trail is one of the oldest and yet most favoured trail of Mauritius, regrouping nearly 2500 participants yearly. The Ferney Trail is held at La Vallée de Ferney, the sanctuary of the Mauritian biodiversity situated along the east coast of the island in the heart of nature where multiple endemic plants and birds

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