I should visit Mauritius for 3 days in the coming weeks. I will stay in Flic-en-Flac.
I speak French and English, but I don't have driving licence. Thus, I wonder if some travelers could advise me a good travel agency for some nice excursions and activities.
I've already heard about www.vacancesmaurices.com , Raj adventures and fun-adventure.mu , but I don't hknow if they are good or not.
Thanks a lot,
We are planning on going to Mauritius for 1 month somewhere around september/october and we were looking for some tips on about which area where to stay. We were thinking on staying in one place only and really slow it down and enjoy our time off. Our kids will be almost 3 years old and 6 months old. What we would prefer is having all necessary services within walking distance as well as a beach.
We will be renting a car to explore the island, but mainly as day trips and not for the…
We leave for Mauritius on the 17th and will be there for a week. What are the 3 most memorable places/experiences you would recommend? We love to dive and have also booked a car for the entire week.
Look forward to you recommendations.
i’m looking for suggestions for which part of Mauritius to stay in.
It will be my first trip and I’ll have 5 nights there, just me. I’d like a bit of beach time, but not too much sitting in one place. Ideally, I’ll be able to rent a motorbike and explore the island a bit.
Reading around, I’m not sure where to stay. I want the convenience of restaurants within walking distance, a few shops, motorbike hire etc, but I’m keen to stay somewhere that doesn’t feel too much like an overbuilt…
We stayed in Flic en Flac this december and had a generally fine time only spoiled by a local fraudster who tried to fool us into accepting a sub standard apartment, we reported it to Agoda.com and they withheld our payment and luckily we found other housing 5 mins. away. Only half a day wasted. Agoda on the other hand just issued a limited "Gift card" of no practical value since it is only valid through the and of March and most hotels will not accept this as payment. Agoda.com now refuses to…
Hey! I'm Aleks
I'm visiting Mauritius for my 30th birthday on fabruary.
I'm looking for new friends (travelers and locals) for: walk/beach/snorkeling/bike/food/drink etc. :) I'll be on island for more than 2 weeks and I would like to explore it by myslef.
If You're around and want to meet for any reason - let me know :)
*I'm easy going, open minded person. I like art, music, traveling, cooking, sport, walks, movies..
I'm talkative and funny :)
See You :)
I am planning a week in Mauritius (coming from Reunion island) in the end of June/beginning of July.
I know it's officially winter there, but from what I could find on the internet, the weather should be pleasant and with almost no rain. Is that true?
Is it warm enough to enjoy a couple of days on the beaches? And if yes, should we opt for the WEST coast?
I read the east coast can be very windy.
Moreover I do have few questions:
1) I'm thinking about doing a scuba dive course (PADI). I…
I will be staying in Mauritius for three days before leaving on a cruise leaving in a few days - I have booked one shore excursion but may want to do some "off the pier".
Would I be able to do this using my Mastercard?
If not, should I bring Euros or US Dollars?
I guess Australian dollars would not be so freely exchanged.
Hope someone can help at this short notice.
What is the best way to find cheaper accommodation in Mauritius? I'm thinking of Rs 1,000 or less. One person.
I am spending a few weeks there with my bike and will be cycling from place to place.
Should I use a booking site or will I be able to just turn up and find something. Do places have signs, or can you ask around.
I realise that Mauritius isn't your normal cycle touring destination, but my plan is to cycle to 5 or 6 locations then do day rides from there.