Mauritius: an idyllic destination and favourable taxation system

In addition to being an idyllic destination, Mauritius is one of the most popular expat destinations in the world. The sweetness of life, professional opportunities and quality of life will make you want to build a life on this little piece of heaven.  Mauritius is home to nearly 1.3 million people. The living environment is…


Mauritius is now open !

Mauritius is open! Health protocols have been implemented to accommodate both vaccinated and unvaccinated tourists. From 1st October 2021, the following measures are applicable: Vaccinated guests Unvaccinated guests * Source:


Mauritius lifts travel ban for South Africa

The travel ban between South Africa and Mauritius has been lifted today (10 September). South Africans can now travel to Mauritius on authorized commercial flights without first having to spend fifteen (15) days outside the country.   “We welcome the decision by the Mauritian government. South Africa remains a proximity and priority market for tourism on the island….


Extend your vacation with the Premium Travel Visa!

The Mauritian government recently introduced the Premium Travel Visa, a year-long renewable visa. With the implementation of this new scheme, Mauritius has become an appealing destination for many travellers wishing to extend their stay in a tropical paradise. The Premium Travel Visa offers the opportunity to make the most of the white sandy beaches, the…


Mauritius : gearing up for the economic recovery

No new cases of Covid-19 have been reported locally since 26th April 2020. By the end of the sanitary curfew on 31st May, the country had already started its economic recovery. Indeed, the Mauritian government introduced a series of measures to boost the country’s various economic sectors. Hailed by the WHO for its management of…


MV Wakashio wreck: The lagoon recovers its beautiful colours

Good news! The sustained efforts of volunteers and NGOs have borne fruit. The lagoon in the south-east of the island is regaining its beautiful colours. Below is a selection of photos taken on Thursday 20 August. After several days of fighting against the current carrying the fuel of the MV Wakashio towards the south-east coast,…


MV Wakashio wreck: Mauritians unite to protect the lagoon

The Japanese freighter ‘MV Wakashio’ ran aground near coral reefs, at Pointe d’Esny in the South-East of Mauritius on the 25 July. Since then, NGOs and volunteers are carrying out salvage operations to protect the lagoon. Since 25 July, the MV Wakashio has been aground near the coral reefs at Pointe d’Esny. Setting out from…


Tried and Tested: A luxurious getaway at Clos du Littoral

After the lockdown and during the time of travel restrictions, facemasks, we are in dire need of a holiday. It’s time to take a break from the work-home-sleep routine. Why not plan a staycation in a luxurious and intimate setting? In this week’s “Tried and Tested” feature, visit one of the luxurious properties of the…


Uncover the Mauritian wilderness

Let us explore the Mauritian wildlife with its panoramic views. Take your time and breathe the fresh air in the shade of century-old trees. Experience the thrill of freedom during an exhilarating walk. Endemic plants and animals, such as ebony and dodo used to prosper on the island. Therefore, to protect the remaining national treasures,…