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Mauritius Hotels and Flights

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Colourful island paradise

Famed for its pure shores, diverse culture, sugar cane plains and some of the finest resorts in the world, it’s easy to see why Mauritius is one of our most popular destinations.

Soak up some rays on the beautiful beaches, enjoy a spot of retail therapy in Grand Baie and take in a lively Sega show to experience authentic Creole culture, music and dance. Plus, pay a visit to Seven Coloured Earths, a unique natural phenomenon that’s not to be missed. Mauritius offers island paradise with a difference. Why not twin your holiday with a stay in South Africa, just four hours away? From winelands to safaris, it offers the perfect contrast to your Mauritian oasis. Dubai is also a great stopover destination where you can indulge in the vibrant city life before your relaxing escape to Mauritius.

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Things to do in Mauritius

Beautiful Beaches

What better way to relax than on a warm Mauritian beach? With the white sand between your toes and sea salt in the air, find a slice of paradise right here.

Weddings and Honeymoons

Say ‘I do’ and celebrate your marriage surrounded by Mauritian beauty. As one of the world’s most romantic destinations, make your special day even more memorable in Mauritius.

Spas and Wellness

Unwind at one of Mauritius’ luxurious spas, perfect for a spot of me-time. Escape the world and enjoy a treatment or two to truly relax and top up your wellbeing.

Nature's Best

Be at one with nature in Mauritius, famed for its picturesque plantations and beautiful blooms. Hike mountains, see endangered species and marvel at waterfalls.

Sport and Activities

Renowned for its golf courses and cycling routes, take a break from the sunbed and get active during your trip to Mauritius; from quad biking and zip lining to horse riding.

Diving and Watersports

Explore the tropical waters with a range of watersports and diving opportunities. Swim with sharks, water-ski over the waves and uncover underwater caves in Mauritius.

Mauritius Family Holidays

Mauritius isn’t just for honeymooners; there’s plenty for the whole family. Swim with dolphins, visit a dormant volcano and enjoy a range of watersports for unforgettable family memories.

Bustling Markets

Enjoy the hustle and bustle of everyday Mauritian life at the busy local markets. From textiles to clothing and local produce, soak up the sights and barter for a bargain.

Mauritian Cuisine

Feast on a range of delicious Mauritian dishes during your holiday; from fresh seafood and curries to tasty street food.
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Weather

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Balaclava

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Belle Mare

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Bel Ombre

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Anse La Raie

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Blue Bay

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Cap Malheureux

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Grand Baie

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Grand Gaube

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Flic en Flac

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Le Morne

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Pointe aux Pimentes

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Trou d'Eau Douce

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Pointe Jerome

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
28°C
228mm
FEB
28°C
228mm
MAR
28°C
178mm
APR
27°C
178mm
MAY
26°C
101mm
JUN
24°C
76mm
JUL
23°C
76mm
AUG
23°C
76mm
SEP
24°C
50mm
OCT
25°C
50mm
NOV
27°C
50mm
DEC
28°C
152mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Turtle Bay

Our Favourite Season

Our favourite time to visit Mauritius is between December and April. The weather is warmer, the clear, blue Indian Ocean is more inviting than ever, and the markets of Grand Baie are bustling with bargains.  

Summer Season

Most people choose to visit Mauritius during the island’s summer, November to April, to make the most of warmer temperatures. In general, the north is warmer and drier than the south. 

Winter Season

Mauritius enjoys warm tropical weather year round, but the coolest months are May to October. As a tropical island rain is common, but sometimes showers can last for an hour late afternoon and dry up very quickly.  

Excursions in and around Mauritius

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Flight Information

There are a number of carriers offering flights to Mauritius from the UK.

Direct Carriers: Air Mauritius and British Airways offer a direct service from the the UK.

Indirect Carriers: Emirates offers a daily service from six UK airports via Dubai. Air France offers regional departure flights via Paris. 


Departure Taxes: There is no departure tax to be paid in Mauritius.

Tipping

Mauritius does not have much of a tipping culture, although many people tip anyways. Contradictorily, most hotels and restaurants include a 10 percent tip. If you are happy with the service it is at your discretion to leave anything extra; typically a few loose coins. Most salaries are quite low in Mauritius, so tips are always appreciated. If your taxi driver was particularly helpful, an extra 100 to 200 Mauritian Rupees is acceptable.Be aware that VAT (15 percent) is included by some traders, but excluded by others. Be sure to check the bottom of your menu or ask so you don't have any unexpected surprises when it comes to the final bill.

Health

No special vaccines are required or recommended for travel to Mauritius. All travellers should be up to date on routine immunisations. Yellow fever is required if arriving from an infected country. Please contact your GP for details.

Visa Information

British Citizens are not required to have a visa to enter Mauritius but your passport must be valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay in Mauritius. You will need to be able to provide evidence of your onward or return journey  Please contact the Mauritius Embassy for up to date country and visa information on 0207 581 0294.

Currency

Mauritius uses the Mauritian Rupee as its currency. There is a stable and reliable banking system and it is easy to exchange money here. You can exchange your money in the UK, but it is best to wait until you get to Mauritius, as the exchange rate is much better after you arrive.

How to get your currency

There are numerous banks with foreign currency exchange counters available in the airport, as well as throughout the tourist areas of the island. There are also branches of Thomas Cook and Shibani Finance available in the towns of Grand Baie and Flic en Flac. You can withdraw Mauritian Rupees from cash machines in most towns. Credit cards are widely accepted throughout the island, although your home bank may charge a fee.  

Currency code

MUR