Mauritius

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Things You Should Know

 

  • The aerial distance from London, UK to Mauritius is 6,074 miles
  • There are around 9 flights from London to Mauritius in a week
  • Popular Airlines from London to Mauritius are British Airways, KLM, Turkish Airlines, Air Mauritius, Kenya Airways, Emirates, Alitalia, SWISS and Lufthansa
  • Airport codes flights from London to Mauritius are London – LON / Mauritius - MRU
  • Estimated flying time from London to Mauritius is 11 hours 40 minutes

 

 

About Mauritius

 

Synonymous to the luxury beach breaks, Mauritius dazzles even the most discerning travellers with its superb hiking, mountain –climbing and diving options. The lovely beaches are undoubtedly the best part of Mauritius but beyond its celebrated sands lays the thick forests over the central plateau which houses some of the rarest plants and animals. The azure waters of Mauritius is home to most beautiful marine life and is a great place to spot vibrant corals and underwater life like squirrelfish, broadbarred and bluestripe snapper. Mauritius is an absolute heaven for food lovers. Indulge your taste palate with mouth-water local delicacies in quaint restaurants.

 

 

Best Time to Visit Mauritius

 

Mauritius has a tropical climate with warm weather all year-round. The temperature drops from hot to mild even in winters from May to October. Summers are hot and humid that lasts between the months of November to April. The best time to visit Mauritius is the months from May to December when the weather is cool, dry and sunny. Expect to experience some of the best beaches, fresh seafood and long, sunlit days on a Mauritius holiday.

 

Avoid visiting Mauritius during the wet cyclone season, from January to March. You are also recommended to avoid the east coast in July and August, when it gets strongly windy.

 

High Season: December is the most popular time to fly to Mauritius.

 

Low Season: June is the best time to beat the crowds.

 

 

Best Places to Visit Mauritius

 

Île aux Aigrettes: This 26-hectare nature reserve is a popular ecotourism destination and lies on an island roughly 800m off the coast. Home to a range of endemic and endangered wildlife species, it also preserves rare remnants of the coastal forests of Mauritius.

 

Sir Seewoosagur Botanical Gardens: Also known as the Pamplemousses Garden, it is located in the northern part of Mauritius and spread over an area of 37 hectares. It is home to diverse plant species including the giant water lilies known as the Victoria Amazonica with their leaves stretching 2 metres in diameter.

 

National History Museum: The colonial mansion housing this museum played an important part in the island's history. The museum exhibits some of the most fascinating artefacts including early maps of the island and paintings of the original fauna of Mauritius.

 

Vallée de Ferney: This reserve protects a 400-year-old forest which is an important habitat for endemic species. It is also home to one of the world's most endangered raptors, the Mauritius kestrel and a visit to this place is your best chance of seeing one.

 

St Aubin: Dating back to 1819, it is a lovely plantation house that originally sat alongside the sugar factory but it was later moved to this spot so that its owner could get peace and quiet. The estate no longer produces sugar, but one could see a traditional rum distillery in the gardens of the house. There is also a nursery growing anthurium flowers and vanilla.

 

Le Morne Peninsula: Located at the extreme south western tip of the island, this picturesque region is a UNESCO World heritage site. It used to be an escape haven for the runaway slaves during the colonial era in the 19th century.

 

Ganga Talao: Located in the southern part of the Island in the Savanne district, Ganga Talao is an oasis of peace and calm that offers breathtaking views. It is also considered sacred by the Hindu devotees in Mauritius. Marine creatures such as the fish and huge eels inhabit the lake.

 

Seven coloured Earth of Chamarel: Result of a natural phenomenon created by basaltic lava, the soil here is of unusual nature and found in different shades of colours. Here you will experience the vibrant hillsides of various colours like red, violet, green, blue, purple and others!

 

 

Airports Serving London & Mauritius

 

London: London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN), London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN) are the six international airports in London.  London Heathrow Airport is the largest airport out of these six airports with the maximum air traffic. Airport amenities at the airport include a Level 2 lounge, WiFi services, a food court, numerous shops and restaurants. After exiting the airport, travellers can use public transport such as buses, taxis and airport shuttle.

 

Mauritius: Previously known as the Plaisance Airport, Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport is the main international airport in Mauritius. Providing direct flights to several destinations in Africa, Asia and Europe, it is the main hub of the country's national airline Air Mauritius. The new terminal covers an area of 57,000 square meters and has a capacity of 4 million passengers. Travellers can use the car rental service from the airport.

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