Mauritius

A sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean

 

A scene set for an unforgettable beach holiday while pregnant or with your new family

Mauritius

A sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean

 

A scene set for an unforgettable beach holiday while pregnant or with your new family

Mauritius

Coronavirus Update

At the time of writing Mauritius has announced the phased easing of travel restrictions. As from 01 October 2020, borders will be open to Mauritian nationals, residents and tourists travelling to Mauritius for long stays. Passengers will have to undergo a PCR test 5 days prior to travel. Upon arrival in Mauritius, a 14-day quarantine will be mandatory at 3 or 4 or 5-star hotel as per a list established by the Ministry of Health. The cost of the stay per room is between EUR 1,000 and EUR 1,500 on fullboard basis. All tests are included in this rate.

Bookings are mainly from Mauritians who want to go back home, or Mauritians living abroad wanting/needing to visit their relatives; and expatriates who need to go back to Mauritius for work or who have a residence permit. For the moment, only Air Mauritius and Emirates Airlines are authorised to have commercial flights to/from Mauritius.

 

A sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.

The contrast of colours, cultures and tastes makes the island so charming that the scene is set for an unforgettable holiday while pregnant or with your new family. Here, you have the opportunity to experience unparalleled luxury: a level of refinement that is head and shoulders above that on offer in other tropical holiday destinations.

Mauritius is the ideal year-round destination for an idyllic babymoon or trip with your baby. With an average temperature of 22°C in winter and 31°C in summer, this beautiful, tropical island will enchant guests with its incredible scenery, magnificent beaches and turquoise seas. It will also delight discerning visitors with its impressive array of luxury resorts.

Mauritius white beaches are protected by a coral reef barrier that encircles almost all of the coastline, with the exception of the southern end, where it falls away and where wilder waters and dramatic cliffs can be observed. From the northern plains, the land rises to a central plateau dotted by lakes and extinct volcanic craters. A few uninhabited islets area are scattered around the main island.