The landscape and scenery of Mauritius are show-stopping: fresh clear sea to the horizon, white flour sand beaches, profuse vegetation, bold and striking volcanic rocks, and thriving coral reefs. Moreover, this is an island where the watersports are all inclusive, the spa is as good as you will find, children will beg to be allowed to go to kids' club, and the food reflects the most delicious fusion of the island's Asian, African and European cultural heritage.
Why a Mauritius Family Holiday?
Mauritius is not the place we recommend for a big adventurous tour, particularly when you’re trailing little ones. Rather, come here and flop. It’s a great end to a safari on the mainland, particularly from South Africa, Kenya and Tanzania due to the direct flights, and we recommend staying at least 6 nights.
Even if flopping is not on the agenda, we still recommend staying in the one spot and then getting out to explore by day – there are some wild natural trails, prim golf courses, vast tea plantations, and many a hidden beach or restaurant upon which to stumble.