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DMC Mauritius

At Mautourco, we would love to be your DMC partner in Mauritius.
It is an island that is created with luxurious holiday brochures in mind. All the ingredients are there, picture white sand beaches, turquoise seas, blue lagoons, green forests, hidden waterfalls and palm trees. Welcome to Mauritius.
That in combination with an exotic climate, a slew of stunning hotels and great food, makes it the perfect destination for holidays and incentives. Other attractions are to deep sea fishing, visit a race course, and plenty of possibilities for some great teambuilding and groups activities.
We are at your disposal for the best proposals and ground operations in Mauritius. We have developed a colorful and varied range of activities just for you and your clients.

Further down the page: Read about our company * Travel facts Mauritius . There is also a map of our country, our latest program idea and our latest DMC Mauritius travel news. We are also a professional weddingplanner in Mauritius.

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Mautourco
10, Robert Edward Hart Street
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Mauritius
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Mautourco Mauritius is a team of enthusiastic, hardworking professionals. We stand for creative proposals with attention to details and speedy responses to our clients. All your wishes you will see reflected in the programs we make for you. 
We would be delighted to guide you through your discovery of the magic of Mauritius. We are also a professional weddingplanner in Mauritius.

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New flights to Mauritius from Germany

 

Travel facts Mauritius

Currency Mauritian Rupee
Language The official language is English, but the people's language is Creole and French is spoken by the majority of the population
Local time GMT (London) + 4.00hours
Public holidays Public Holidays Mauritius link
Climate in Mauritius Weather in Mauritius link
Passport and visa information Mauritius Passport and visa information link

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Top Meeting Hotels Mauritius

Sugar Beach Resort
(5 star beach resort situated on the South-West coast of Mauritius in Flic en Flac) with 120 twins (mixture of real twins and German beds) and a Conference room which can take up to 350pax in theatre style!

Shandrani Resort & Spa
(5 star beach resort situated not far from the airport on the South East coast of the island) with 105 real twins and 180 pax in theatre style which can be accommodated in the conference room. However, they also have space in their gardens to put an air-conditioned marquee at a supplement in order to put up to 300 pax for a conference.

Tamassa Resort & Spa
(4 star beach resort situated on the south coast of the island in Bel Ombre). 64 twin rooms and a complimentary white marquee set on the grounds of the hotel for 300 pax. Complimentary for the residents of the hotel only.

Travel Highlights Mauritius

Black River Gorges National Park
In the south of the island you'll find Black River Gorges, which is the largest nature reserve in Mauritius, and a superb spot for hiking. It's a spectacularly wild expanse of thick forest. Walking trails of various lengths take visitors through dense forest and lush landscapes, home to numerous rare bird species. Look for the rare tambalacoque (dodo tree), the black ebony trees and the wild guavas. Bird-watchers should keep an eye out for the Mauritius kestrel, pink pigeon, echo parakeet and Mauritius cuckoo-shrike.

Eureka Mansion
An elegant Créole residence originally owned by British and French aristocrats in the 19th century, the Eureka Mansion provides an intriguing glimpse into colonial life. Constructed largely of wood and surrounded by a long verandah, the house is filled with antiques of the period. The extensive grounds consist of a curious mix of natural Mauritian plant life, including mango trees and palms, a waterfall and an English-style garden.

Grand Bassin lake
Nestling in an extinct volcanic crater, Grand Bassin lake is considered sacred by Mauritian Hindus, who make a pilgrimage to it every year for the Maha Shivaratri festival (usually in February/March). At any time of year, though, the emerald-hued lake is a tranquil spot.

Ile aux Cerfs
Ringed by pristine white sand, the tiny Ile aux Cerfs off the east coast of Mauritius is a favourite destination for water sports enthusiasts. The clear water teems with brightly-coloured tropical fish and has beautifully preserved reefs. The interior of the island contains dense forest and an impressive waterfall, popular with walkers.

Lion Mountain
Overlooking Vieux Grand Port is Lion Mountain with its sphinx-like profile. The mountain offers a splendid half-day hike with stunning views over the coast. It's a very challenging but rewarding walk that climbs up the lion's 'back' to finish at an impressive viewpoint on its 'head'.

Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Gardens
These attractive gardens are one of the most popular tourist attractions in Mauritius with as centrepiece a pond of giant water lilies. Young leaves emerge as wrinkled balls and unfold into the classic tea-tray shape up to 2m across in a matter of hours. There's also an astonishing collection of palms of all shapes and sizes. The gardens were started in 1735 by Governor Mahé de La Bourdonnais as a vegetable garden for his Mon Plaisir Château.

Tamarin Falls
Tamarin is awkward to reach, but it's worth the effort for a beautiful, deep, cool bathe at the bottom of a series of seven spectacular waterfalls. They are only accessible via a challenging trail that begins near the Tamarin Falls reservoir, but you will have to explore to find it. It's best to take a local guide from Henrietta.