In the heart of the Indian Ocean, 800 km to the east of Madagascar, lies the crown jewel of the Indian Ocean – the majestic island of Mauritius. Beachcomber will show you the very best of what this magical beach paradise has to offer.
Step into exclusive accommodation in an untamed place, gaze upon nature at its most glorious, and experience the culture, cuisine and the true authenticity of a tropical island. Any one of our eight upmarket Beachcomber hotels and resorts in Mauritius offers an exclusive retreat to individuals, couples, groups or families seeking adventure and relaxation. Surrounded by golden beaches, where lush vegetation blends into the cobalt blue of the ocean,
Beachcomber is your ticket to holiday paradise.
Mauritius is a year-round destination. Temperatures during the warm, dry months between April and October are usually in the mid-20s, rising to the upper 20s in the summer months between November and March.
The name itself is an invitation to sea, sand and sun, offering an exclusive retreat to all those seeking peace and tranquillity.
Today, the diversity of its population brings a new dimension to the spectacular scenery of the island. The traveller will not only experience the legends of India, but also the subtle shades of China. Discover a small piece of Africa, whilst still benefiting from European-style living. The official language is English but almost everyone speaks French and Mauritian Creole, a very colourful dialect. The different cultures and religions co-exist in harmony. This results in numerous religious festivals, varied cooking, and bright displays of different dress. Mauritius has become a world-renowned holiday and incentive destination due mainly to the high quality of its hotel industry and the legendary hospitality of its people.
Mauritius is a year-round destination. The island enjoys a mild tropical climate with average temperatures varying between 20°C and 32°C.
During the summer, tropical weather may cause storms and heavy rain, occasionally resulting in cyclones.
If the passenger in question has travelled recently outside of South Africa it is best to check with the local travel clinic as to whether any inoculations are required prior to visiting Mauritius. South African passport holders do not require a visa for travel to Mauritius. Please enquire with the necessary providers regarding requirements relating to travel during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The local currency is the Mauritian rupee. You can exchange your foreign currency at all Mauritian banks, at hotels, as well as at the airport.
Monday to Thursday09h30 – 20h30
Friday & Saturday09h30 – 22h00
Sunday & public holidays09h30 – 15h00
Cascavelle Shopping Mall, Flic en Flac area:
Monday to Thursday10h00 – 19h00
Friday & Saturday10h00 – 21h00
Sunday & public holidays10h00 – 15h00
La Croisette Shopping Mall, Grand Bay area:
Monday to Thursday09h30 – 19h30
Friday & Saturday09h30 – 20h30
Sunday & public holidays09h30 – 16h00
A government tax is included in your hotel bill. The tip is thus left to the discretion of the guest depending upon appreciation of the service offered and is by no means compulsory.
Lying in the heart of the Indian Ocean, 800 km to the east of Madagascar, Mauritius is surrounded by shimmering lagoons fringed by golden beaches. It is a haven where lush vegetation blends into the cobalt blue of the ocean.
The most equable climate is to be found on the west coast of Mauritius. Seven of Beachcomber’s eight properties are located along this coast, with the eighth resort occupying a prime location on a peninsula in the heart of Blue Bay Marine Park. The western part of the island is generally warm, sunny and sheltered during all seasons, ensuring year-round holiday enjoyment.
Mauritius is two hours ahead of South African time.
English is the official language in Mauritius and is widely understood and spoken. French and Creole are used in everyday life.
Apart from typical dancing and music in discotheques, there is the unique music, song and dance of the sega. Derived mostly from African music dating from the early days, the sega is now performed with sophisticated Latin American influences and instruments, as well as the traditional ‘ravannes’ (drums) and percussion. The shuffling, hip-swaying dance and Creole lyrics are an integral part of the music.
Monday to Thursday09h00 – 15h15
09h00 – 17h00
(Commercial banks are closed on Saturdays)
Travel insurance is a requirement for entry to Mauritius and must include COVID-19 cover. Cover for personal accident, medical expenses and baggage is also recommended.
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