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The Chamarel Mountains

Mauritius tours

Beyond Mauritius’s pristine coves and blue lagoons, you’ll find traditional Creole villages, French-colonial villas, spice-laden markets and great swathes of virgin rainforest. Aiming to take you closer to Mauritian culture, each of our itinerary ideas for this Indian Ocean island has been designed by one of our specialists from their first-hand experiences of visiting.

Many of our tour suggestions combine two of Mauritius’s landscapes, pairing the highlands with the beach. We want to make sure you can experience the biodiversity of the island, as well as a touch of its more luxurious side, depending on where your interests lie.

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Beach tours with a touch of exploration

These tour ideas, from our Hidden Beaches collection, are our answer if you’re looking to relax but still want to explore. Each tour combines time at one of our hand-picked beach properties with a few days spent either on safari, taking in a city, discovering the local culture or hopping to the next beach. They are only suggestions though, and a specialist will plan your holiday individually.

  • 20 Degrees South,Mauritius North Coast

    20 Degrees South and Chamarel

    Beach + Wildlife or Scenery

    Explore Mauritius further with a stay in the island's lush interior with its waterfalls and mountains, before relaxing at a boutique beach hotel.

    13 days from £2,360pp

    3 nights Chamarel Mountains, half board; 7 nights 20 Degrees South, including half board and excursions as detailed. Includes flights and transfers.

  • Luxury Villa, Shanti Maurice, Mauritius

    Shanti Maurice Resort & Spa and North Coast Mauritius

    Beach + Beach hopping

    See more of Mauritius with a stay in both the north and the quieter south coast, ending with a relaxing stay on a stunning beach at a luxury resort.

    12 days from £2,520pp

    3 nights North Coast Mauritius half board; 7 nights Shanti Maurice Resort & Spa including breakfast and excursions as detailed. Includes flights and transfers.

  • Aerial View, Sands Suites Resort & Spa, Mauritius

    Sands Suites Resort & Dubai

    Beach + City

    Discover Dubai’s unique melting pot taking a trip along the river to the souks and enjoying dinner out in the dunes before flying over to the Indian Ocean for a relaxing week on the beach in Mauritius.

    12 days from £2,590pp

    3 nights Dubai, including breakfast and excursions; 7 nights Sands Suites Resort including half board and excursion. Includes flights and transfers.

  • Pool, The Residence, Mauritius

    Residence Mauritius and Dubai

    Beach + City

    Spend a few days discovering the contrasts of Dubai from the rolling desert dunes to the gleaming skyscrapers and then head to the natural beauty of Mauritius for a week of beach and mountains.

    13 days from £2,710pp

    3 nights Dubai, including breakfast and excursions; 7 nights The Residence half board. Includes flights and transfers.

  • Beach Bar, Seapoint Boutique Hotel, Mauritius

    Seapoint Boutique Hotel & Kruger National Park, South Africa

    Beach + Wildlife or Scenery

    Spend an exciting few days on safari in South Africa before flying over to Mauritius for a relaxing week in a charming, boutique hotel.

    13 days from £3,265pp

    3 nights nThambo Camp, including Full Board and game drives; 1 night Johannesburg airport hotel; 7 nights Seapoint Boutique Hotel including half board and excursions detailed. Includes flights and transfers.

  • Prince Maurice,Mauritius

    Prince Maurice and Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve South Africa

    Beach + Wildlife or Scenery

    Enjoy a fantastic safari in South Africa followed by relaxation at the beautiful 5* Constance Le Prince Maurice Resort in Mauritius.

    13 days from £4,465pp

    3 nights Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve, all-inclusive, including safari activities; 7 nights Constance Le Prince Maurice, including half board and excursions detailed. Includes flights and transfers

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