Enjoy a luxury holiday to Mauritius with Tropic Breeze. Mauritius is an Indian Ocean paradise known for its pristine white sand beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters. Moving inland from the coastline, the mountainous interiors of the island offer stunning scenery, hiking trails, waterfalls and rainforests teaming with wildlife.
Our friendly team of travel specialists has extensive knowledge of the Mauritius and has visited each of the hotels that we offer. This enables us to provide expert advice and tailor make the perfect holiday for you, whether you are looking for a luxurious resort or a boutique gem. Tropic Breeze is a specialist tour operator offering fully bonded and protected holidays with ABTA or ATOL, meaning you can rest assured that your holiday is safe and secure.
Mauritius is located off the south-eastern coast of Africa and thanks to its history has become a fascinating melting pot of different cultures. European, African, Indian and Chinese influences can be seen, both in terms of the cuisine and the infrastructure. Driving across the island for example, you will come across colourful Hindu Temples, as well as sugar cane fields and old plantation houses, reminding of the island’s colonial history.
Getting to Mauritius is straightforward, thanks to regular direct flights from the UK. Upon arrival on the island, visitors will be greeted by a warm welcome. One thing that really stands out about Mauritius is how friendly the locals are, always trying their best to ensure that visitors get the most out of their stay on the island.
Mauritius is almost entirely surrounded by coral reefs, which makes for a calm and sheltered lagoon along the island’s coastline, ideal for watersports. The lagoon is also great for snorkelling and diving, with many hotels offering PADI courses for divers of all ages and abilities. Mauritius is also a firm favourite with keen golfers, as the island boasts several world class golf courses. Some hotels even include complimentary green fees within their all-inclusive package.
Moving further inland, the Black River Gorges National Park offers stunning, mountainous scenery, waterfalls and attractions such as Chamarel Seven Coloured Earths. This geological formation is a fascinating area of colourful sand dunes and is one of the island’s most popular tourist attractions. Chamarel Rhumerie is also nearby, where guests can take a tour of the island’s most famous rum distillery and sample some delicious locally produced rums.
Drawing on our first-hand knowledge from numerous visits to the islands, the friendly team at Tropic Breeze enjoy answering your questions and helping to find your perfect holiday to Mauritius.