Multicentre Holidays to Mauritius

Mauritius: startlingly white beaches, brilliant blue waters, endless cocktails. Does it get any better?

It does. When you combine your Mauritius holiday with a multi-centre, you’ll get to enjoy everything from city life to wildlife ending off with the ultimate fly and flop getaway. We’d recommend stopping over in Dubai for a few days’ of tax-free shopping, climbing one of the world’s tallest buildings and taking advantage of some of the most luxurious hotels on earth. Or ticking Cape Town off your bucket list. Just a five hour flight from Mauritius, introduce your friends and family to travel envy as you visit Table Mountain and explore Robben Island just offshore of this cosmopolitan city. The cherry on top? Combining Mauritius with a safari where you can spot Big Five in South Africa’s Pilanesberg Game Reserve. Chat to our Mauritius Travel Specialists about planning your perfect multi-centre

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Mauritius Travel Information

Regular flights from major UK airports to Ile Maurice, Mauritius.  

  • Currency: Mauritian Rupee
  • Time difference: (GMT+3)
  • Flight from UK: just under 12-hours non-stop 
  • VisaNo, 60 days on arrival  
  • Language: Creole 
  • National drink: Rum 
  • National dish: Dholl Puri comes close 
Take a trip to one of the island's surrounding islets for a real treat.
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Travel Tips & Advice for Mauritius

Mauritius Activities


As you'd expect, Mauritius is abundant with things to do, particularly activities based in and around the water. Take a dip below the waves on a scuba diving or snorkelling excursion, sail on top of the swell as you flit between the mainland and its islets, or experience a glass-bottomed boat. Further inland, guided half-day hikes will allow you to see so much more of Mauritius, while Segway, kayaking and quad biking expeditions are recommended. This is your dream break, so fulfil it.

Mauritius Food & Drink


Inspired by its inhabitants, Mauritian cuisine is a culture unto itself. Combining influences from the Creole culture, France, China and India, you haven't tasted anything like this before, and will enjoy sampling so many amazing flavours in the time you have. While enjoying an intimate dinner on the beach, or heading out for a meal in one of the islands fine restaurants is encouraged, it's on the streets that food really comes into its own - get ready to taste the real Mauritius.

Mauritius Attractions


There is little chance of you escaping the wildlife in Mauritius, and there are many nature parks, sanctuaries, aquariums and botanical gardens dotted around the island. Unsurprisingly, some of the most popular interactions are swimming with dolphins in the Black River, strolling with lions at Casela Nature Park, venturing through the marine park by submarine, and taking underwater walking to a whole new level in Grand Bay. Get ready to greet the local people and to pose for pictures.

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