Well known for its affordable luxury hotels set upon beautiful beaches with volcanic mountain backdrops and endless waterfalls, Mauritius is the ideal location for your all inclusive honeymoon in the Indian Ocean.
Shimmering turquoise waters and diamond white beaches await you and your loved one during your Mauritius honeymoon. Discover beautiful traditions, culture and some of the most stunning beaches in the world in Mauritius with natural attractions like Tamarin Falls, a beautiful natural collection of waterfalls in southwest Mauritius.
With plenty of watersports, relaxing spas, world class golf courses and all inclusive cuisine, your Mauritius honeymoon will be packed full of fun and relaxation without leaving the resort. For couples looking for a bit more of an adventure on their honeymoon, Mauritius has so much to offer from French colonial houses, animal parks, nature walks, quad biking, horse riding and zip-lining for thrill seekers.
Spend a day at the stunning island of Ile aux Cerfs where the famous Le Touessrok hotel is located, offering watersports to guests or venture to the tiny coral island of Ile aux Aigrettes, owned by the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation where you will find the giant tortoise, the Mauritius kestrel and the pink pigeon.
One of the most popular destinations for weddings abroad, your Mauritius wedding will be unforgettable where you can say ‘I do’ with the sand between your toes on one of the beautiful beaches or in the lush green gardens with the stunning volcanic landscape as your backdrop. We love One & Only Le Saint Geran for your Mauritius wedding with a beautiful beach wedding venue available.
What is the currency in Mauritius?
How long does it take to fly to the Mauritius?
Approximately 12 hours.
What is the time difference in Mauritius?
GMT +4 hours
When is the best time to visit Mauritius?
Mauritius enjoys a relatively mild climate with occasional rainfall. The best times to visit Mauritius are between the months of April and June and between September and December. The weather is hot and humid between November to April, with the hottest months being December, January and February. The North and Western parts of Mauritius are warmer and drier then the eastern and southern regions.
What language is spoken in Mauritius?
English is the official language, however Creole (derived from French is used by the locals and is the most commonly spoken language throughout Mauritius.
Visit the Mauritius Tourist Board for more information.
Do I need a visa to visit Mauritius?
You don’t need a visa to visit Mauritius. Upon arrival, your passport will be stamped, which allows you entry into the country for up to 60 days. For up-to-date FCO advice, please visit the official website here.