Accommodation

Transportation

  • North Tour
  • North Adventure Tour
  • South Tour 1
  • South Tour 2
  • South Tour 3
  • South Colourful Trip
  • East Trip
  • Sunset South Tour
  • Exotic West Tour

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ADDRESS

15 Crag Terrace, Ballymanaggin, Dublin, D22 YW60, Ireland

Cadwell Road , Henrietta , Plaines Wilhems Mauritius

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best time of year to visit Mauritius?

Mauritius enjoys a mild tropical maritime climate year-round. The peak tourist season is from October to April when the weather is warm and sunny. May to September are cooler and less crowded, making it ideal for those who prefer a more relaxed holiday.

Do I need a visa to travel to Mauritius?

Visa requirements for Mauritius vary depending on your nationality. Most tourists can get a visa on arrival for stays of up to 60 days. However, it’s recommended to check the latest visa requirements from your local Mauritian embassy or consulate before traveling.

What are the must-visit places in Mauritius?

Mauritius is known for its stunning beaches, lush landscapes, and cultural diversity. Must-visit places include the beautiful beaches of Grand Baie, the historic Le Morne Brabant, the vibrant capital city of Port Louis, and the picturesque Black River Gorges National Park.

Can I use my credit cards in Mauritius?

Yes, major credit cards are widely accepted in Mauritius at hotels, restaurants, and many shops. However, it’s always a good idea to carry some local currency for small purchases and in areas where card payments might not be available.

Is Mauritius safe for tourists?

Mauritius is generally a safe destination for tourists. Common sense safety precautions, such as safeguarding personal belongings and avoiding isolated areas at night, are advisable.

What is the local cuisine like in Mauritius?

Mauritian cuisine is a delicious blend of Creole, African, Indian, and Chinese influences. Seafood is a staple, and dishes like Dholl puri, rougaille, and Mauritian curry are must-tries.

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