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Business Class Flights to Mauritius

  • Business class flights from £1,749
  • First class flights from £2,499

Take a trip and fly in style with our business class flights to Mauritius. With your own personal travel consultant for you and your company, we focus on finding you the best deals for business class flights to Mauritius. We like to have long lasting relationships and will do anything to make your trip easier and more comfortable.

Cheap business class flights to Mauritius are hassle-free; from business trips to luxury holidays, we arrange all the flights, airport transfers, hotels and car hire just for you.

Things to See in Mauritius

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Le Morne Brabant

Named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this peninsula sits at the southwestern tip of the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. Surrounded by a lagoon with many caves, overhangs and steep slopes; this peninsula is not the easiest of hikes, however the views are like no other. For the best picture opportunities, visit just before sunset or in the early morning mist. Take a guided tour to learn about the history of Le Morne Brabant and find out why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Ganga Talao

This spiritual crater lake in this secluded mountainous area of Savanne is considered the most sacred Hindu place in Mauritius. The burning smell of incense, the sacred lake and the captivating statues create a serene and relaxing atmosphere. No matter what your beliefs are, Ganga Talao is a moving and peaceful retreat which can capture your mind and capture your heart. Explore the vast grounds to see the lake of holy water, the Hindu temples and statues, religious flags and puja offerings to really embrace the Hindu culture.

Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden

Also known as SSR Botanical Garden, this was originally a private garden opened by the French governor of Mauritius around 300 years ago. Spread over acres of land, there are 650 types of different plant to explore and 85 different types of trees. The lilly pads are one of the main reasons this garden is so famous; the new leaves emerge as scrunched up balls, and quickly bloom up to 2m in size in a matter of hours. Let the SSR Botanical Garden pamper your senses; embrace the smell of the flowers, the sight of the lush greenery and the shade from the old trees.

Things to do in Mauritius

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Tamarind Falls

Hiking, cliff jumping, swimming, canyoning or bird watching, Tamarind Falls is the most glorious place to pursue your passion. There are seven beautiful waterfalls, creating a thrilling yet tranquil destination with vibrant flowers and shrubs. A whole day can easily be spent here, so bring your walking boots and a picnic and enjoy the atmospheric environment.

Mansion Eureka

This elegant colonial house built in 1830 and is now preserved as a museum and plantation house, whisking you back to the 19th century. Let your imagination run wild as you walk around and absorb the history from the house, the beautiful setting and the gardens. Wander down the pathway to find the waterfall and river; the perfect destination for a picnic or a break.

Blue Penny Museum

This understated jewel is more than a stamp museum. Walk around the two floors to delve into the history of the island’s exploration, colonial period and settlement. Compare and contrast the now and then with antique photographs, maps and art from the 19th century. Many treasures can be found at this fascinating museum: sculptures, engravings, paintings and old documents which teach about the richness of Mauritian history and culture.

Mauritius Business Venues

Business Venues in Mauritius
Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel

The elegant Labourdonnais Waterfront Hotel offers fantastic facilities which cater to every need. Whether it’s a 5 person board meeting or a 225 person conference, Labourdonnais is the ideal place for you and your business.

The Oberoi

Enjoy the bright and spacious facilities at The Oberoi, equipped with state-of-the-art. The Oberoi caters for small conferences, high profile meetings or large seminars and always provides impeccable service.

InterContinental Resort

The InterContinental Resort has its own private island, secluded within the boundaries of Balaclava Bay. It’s 5 meeting rooms are ideal for conferences or meetings, with over 8395 feet of meeting room space.

Mauritius’s Nearby Cities

Holidays to Mauritius should be full of adventure, so if you’re visiting Mauritius, why not venture out and investigate the nearby towns like Pailles, Moka and Le Hochet. These cities are only a short drive away from Mauritius, so may be the ideal location if attending a conference there. Other destinations to consider in the Indian Ocean are the beautiful Maldives and Seychelles.

Mauritius Fast Facts

  • Currency = Mauritian Rupee (MUR)
  • Time zone = GMT + 4 (The UK is 4 hours behind Mauritius)
  • Fly from = All Major UK Airports.
  • Hottest months = December, January, February and March.


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