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Holidays to Mauritius with If Only

Once the haunt of pirates, this tropical island paradise is now best known for its luxurious hotels, dazzling white beaches and sparkling turquoise lagoons.

However, there's much more to Mauritius that's just waiting to be discovered: rugged mountains, colonial towns, quaint fishing villages, abundant water sports, award-winning spas, Championship golf courses and gourmet cuisine. It's also a great place to travel with children; the amusement parks, wildlife encounters and museums provide hours of entertainment for both little and big kids.

The beauty and diversity of Mauritius is reflected in the warmth of its people and in the richness of the culture and heritage that binds them together. The Mauritian smile is genuine, natural and welcoming.

Our Destinations In Mauritius

From the bustling nightlife of Grand Baie in the north and great surfing in the west to the relatively untouched south coast and crystal clear lagoons of the east, Mauritius offers more than just beautiful beaches and world-class service.

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We currently feature 38 luxury hotels and villas in Mauritius

 
Anahita Golf & Spa Resort

Anahita Golf & Spa Resort

Beau Champ, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Experience authentic Mauritian charm, lavish suites and villas, refined cuisine and breathtakingly beauty at Anahita Golf & Spa Resort.

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Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

Four Seasons Resort Mauritius at Anahita

Beau Champ, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Four Seasons style and elegance create a secluded and spacious luxury resort, that's set just offshore on an island connected to the mainland by a bridge over the lagoon that invites guests to discover relaxation, romance and endless possibilities.

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Ambre

Ambre

Belle Mare, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Offering uninterrupted views of the tropical Indian Ocean, Ambre Mauritius is famed for its spectacular sunsets over the tranquil waters just feet from the hotel.

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Constance Belle Mare Plage

Constance Belle Mare Plage

Belle Mare, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Soft white sand, blue sky dotted with white clouds and a shimmering turquoise lagoon await guests at the stylish Constance Belle Mare Plage.

7 night stay

From £1,829 per person

Long Beach

Long Beach

Belle Mare, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Enjoying a prime location along the vibrant east coast, Long Beach challenges the ordinary with its distinctly bold, island chic vibe.

7 night stay

From £2,039 per person

LUX* Belle Mare Resort & Villas, Mauritius

LUX* Belle Mare Resort & Villas, Mauritius

Belle Mare, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Tucked away in lush tropical gardens near the quaint, sleepy village of Belle Mare, LUX* Belle Mare Resort & Villas, Mauritius graces a glorious stretch of the island's eastern coast.

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Salt of Palmar

Salt of Palmar

Belle Mare, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Located facing the shimmering white sands of Palmar Beach, SALT of Palmar, an adult-only boutique hotel, is the first eco-hotel on Mauritius and offers an alluring escape away

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Solana Beach Mauritius

Solana Beach Mauritius

Belle Mare, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Simplicity-infused guestrooms open directly onto the white sands of Belle Mare Beach in Mauritius

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La Palmeraie

La Palmeraie

Palmar, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Surrender to the magic of a luxurious, charming and intimate retreat on the east coast of Mauritius - La Palmeraie.

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Constance Prince Maurice

Constance Prince Maurice

Poste de Flacq, East Mauritius, Mauritius

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Set amidst lush tropical greenery on the edge of a calm turquoise lagoon, Constance Prince Maurice is a secluded and intimate retreat.

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Highlights

Mauritius is about more than just beautiful beaches and sparkling lagoons. Explore the island and discover delicious local delicacies, exhilarating water sports and charming towns.

Retail Therapy

Mauritius offers some amazing shopping experiences, from air conditioned shopping centres featuring duty free stores to outdoor markets and street traders selling hand-made crafts. Discover the sights, sounds and smells of vegetable, herb and spice markets in Port Louis, pick up a traditional Mauritian souvenir or try a spot of bartering at the Caudan craft market.

Retail Therapy
Local Produce

Local Produce

Nestled in the hillside plantations of Chamarel, in the south west of Mauritius, and surrounded by acres of sugarcane plantations, the eco-friendly Rhumerie de Chamarel provides a behind the scenes look at the rum making process. Sugarcane plants are handpicked and fermented before being distilled into the unique Mauritian rum that can be sampled and purchased at the end of the tour.

Treasure Islands

Enjoy a day of fun and adventure in Ile aux Cerfs, a picturesque island off the east coast of Mauritius that is famous for its excellent snorkelling conditions thanks to its crystal clear waters and colourful coral reef teeming with marine life. Spend the day on board a catamaran or visit one of the many water sports kiosks and try water skiing, parasailing or underwater sea-walking.

Treasure Islands

Useful Information

When To Visit

The tropical climate makes it a perfect destination all year round. The summer months (October to April) are filled with long, hot days - perfect for lazing by the pool or swimming in the ocean. Winter (May to September) is sugar cane season and visitors can look out for the silver-hued flowers that bloom across the island. These months are slightly cooler and less humid, with the occasional passing shower, although the midday sun is still strong. This is the ideal time to explore the island's many hiking trails, while snorkelling enthusiasts should visit between December and March for the clearest waters.

Location

In the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar

Size

2,040 square kilometres

Local Time

GMT +4

Telephone code

+230

Visa

None required by UK passport holders

Currency

Mauritian rupee, the best rates can be found in the airport on arrival

Tipping

Although tipping is not compulsory, it is not unusual for guests to tip hotel staff members who have been particularly attentive. Adding on a tip to the final bill upon check out is divided among all staff. Taxi fares are usually negotiated in advance for

Vaccinations

None compulsory, please contact your doctor. As conditions can change quickly, please also check the current health requirements for Mauritius on gov.uk.

Flying time

Approximately 12 hours from the UK

Electricity

220/240 volts, usually using the UK 3 pin plug

Tourist office

Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority

Language

English, Creole and French

Smoking

Smoking is prohibited in indoor public places, on public transport and in public transport facilities

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