Depending on the Chinese calendar, Chinese New Year is celebrated every January or February with big family meals and...Read More
Holi is the ultimate spring festival. The resident Hindi population – that’s over half the island – drench each other... Read More
The Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens at Pamplemousses is to Mauritius what Kew Gardens is to England. What... Read More
Some of the hotels stage at least one séga night per week – a throbbing blend of... Read More
If you stay local, you’re unlikely to find many eating options outside the hotel... Read More
The tiny sheltered lagoons of Anse La Raie are prime snorkelling territory. Thei... Read More
Meals in Anse La Raie are mostly served up by hotels, but they‘re still done the... Read More
Anse La Raie is a low-key kind of place, with just a clutch of hotel bars dishin... Read More
Anse La Raie doesn’t have a shopping quarter, but you’re only a 10-minute drive ... Read More
Kitesurfing is a Mauritian speciality. It’s a bit like skateboarding on water – ... Read More
Grand Baie’s oceanfront shopping village sells everything from linen clothing to... Read More
With its craggy looks, Anse La Raie showcases the island’s wilder side. Its land... Read More
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