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  • It’s summer, and as soon as you land in Mauritius, you will be stunned by the colors of our island popping out … this green color which immediately gives you a boost of good [...]

    Published On: October 28th, 20223.5 min read
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  • Mauritian cuisine amazes by its diversity, thanks to its rich cultural heritage. In addition to the well-kept secrets of our grandmothers, there are also the out-of-the-ordinary dishes that Mauritians particularly enjoy. Indeed, each Mauritian [...]

    Published On: October 14th, 20222.6 min read
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  • At some 11 km bird-eyes view, stands a small preserved, authentic island, Rodrigues: neighbour to Mauritius but so much different. A welcoming land whose inhabitants’ life motto seems to be: ‘Trankil’ – Creole word [...]

    Published On: September 9th, 20225.2 min read
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  • I excitedly hopped in the white coach, eager to start this fabulous adventure in the south of the island.  I had a map of Mauritius, and I attentively listened to the guide's explanations while [...]

    Published On: September 2nd, 20223.7 min read
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  • Do you know which is the most consumed fruit in Mauritius? It’s the banana that was introduced from China during the 18th century by Charles Edward Telfair, an Irish botanist! Our hot and humid [...]

    Published On: June 3rd, 20223 min read
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  • One of the reasons why our small island is so amazing, is because of all the cultures that coexist serenely over an area of ​​1.865 km2. From a Dutch occupation, followed by the French [...]

    Published On: May 20th, 20223 min read
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  • We are pleased to announce that Mautourco has been awarded the national Ecolabel Blue Oasis, which recognises our company as the first Sustainable Destination Management Company in Mauritius delivered by the Mauritius Standards Bureau. [...]

    Published On: May 12th, 20222.5 min read
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  • Have you heard of La Maison Créole Eureka located in Moka, the main area of the Moka district? A stately house which the famous Archimedes exclamation (Eureka!) inspired Alexis Jules Eugene Le Clezio when [...]

    Published On: May 6th, 20222.9 min read
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  • It was the last day of the month of Ramadan. We just received the news that the moon had been sighted and I was on the roof of the house trying to catch a glimpse [...]

    Published On: April 29th, 20223.2 min read
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  • On Sunday, which was the wedding day, five married women gave a bath to the bride-to-be, which is called the Maṅgaḷa Snānaṃ, purifying and beautifying her on this special day. Before getting ready, some [...]

    Published On: April 15th, 20223.1 min read
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