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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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  • As part of Women's Day 2022, and in line with our commitment to supporting local entrepreneurship, here is an enriching interview with a woman entrepreneur, passionate about Aqua gym, a Wellpreneur! Our guest this [...]

    Published On: March 11th, 20227.8 min read
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  • Tilak Ceremony is one of the most important Pre-Wedding ceremonies in Hindu customs. It is a significant ritual that marks the official meeting of the groom and bride's families. This is a groom centric [...]

    Published On: February 25th, 20222.6 min read
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  • “Pistas sale! Pistas bwi!” (Salted pistachios! Boiled pistachios!) These words are chanted at the top of the voice by our "pistas" vendors across the island. By way of introduction, it is important to note [...]

    Published On: February 18th, 20222.5 min read
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  • Let's continue our journey back in time when our elders were touched by Cupid's arrow! After receiving the “bague d’arrêt”, the future bride could start preparing her wedding trousseau because it was up to [...]

    Published On: February 11th, 20223.1 min read
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  • Even though Valentine's Day only appeared in Mauritius a few decades ago, we can say that our contemporary love stories are more or less the same as in many places around the world. On [...]

    Published On: February 4th, 20223.6 min read
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  • In 1639, the Dutch introduced sugar cane from Java to the island. During the 18th century, this plant quickly became the main source of our economy, but over the years, production decreased, and the [...]

    Published On: January 28th, 20222.5 min read
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