Mauritius IslandsMauritius Island, Rodrigues Island, Agalega and St. Brandon Island, Ile des Deux Cocos, Le Morne Brabant, Le Souffleur, Ilot Sancho, Ile De La Passe and more.
Pristine blue water bordering cottony clouds overhead and history influenced by the French, Dutch and Portuguese, the best islands to visit in Mauritius indeed tell an intriguing story of culture and history at every corner for the eager listener.
Mauritius, a volcanic island of lagoons with palm-fringed beaches and coral reefs - is located just off the southeast coast of Africa, surrounded by the warm Indian Ocean. Port Louis is the administrative capital of the island and is easily accessible by the many serene islands here.
Mauritius islands possess a wide range of natural and man-made attractions, a tropical climate all through the year, clear warm sea waters, attractive beaches, tropical fauna and flora, and more that come together to make the islands in Mauritius reach the top of your next holiday list.
Not just natural beauty, Mauritius also offers a wealth of exciting activities for every traveler with a number of world-class golf courses, water sports such as deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, snorkelling, kite surfing, trekking and more - the rich colonial history of these islands giving an opportunity to discover something new at every step.