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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long is the flight from South Africa?

From Joburg to Mauritius it’s roughly 4 hours. From Cape Town to Mauritius it’s just over 5 hours. Direct flights can be taken with South African Airways, FlySafair, Air Mauritius and British Airways.

Do South Africans need visas?

No.

Do I need insurance to travel to Mauritius?

Travellers MUST take out mandatory health insurance covering COVID-19 treatment. Mauritian citizens, resident permit holders and occupational permit holders are exempted.

What languages are spoken in Mauritius? Are translators available?

The official language is English, however French, Mauritian Creole, Hindi and Bhojpuri are widely spoken. Many hotel staff and local guides speak foreign languages, but translators are available if need be.

What is the best part of the island to stay on?

Mauritius has a multitude of beautiful beaches on each of its coasts. The best location for you depends on what you are specifically looking for during your stay. For example the northern part of the island is well known for shopping, nightlife and sailing. The southern part is well known for its natural beauty; and the western part is known for its beautiful white beaches and an array of water sports.

What is the best time of the year to visit Mauritius?

Mauritius is a tropical island and the weather is pleasant all year round. During summer (October April) temperatures range from 28°C 34°C; and during winter (May September) temperatures range from 22°C 27°C.

All COVID-related FAQ’s

Head over to our Covid Updates page.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long is the flight from South Africa?

From Joburg to Mauritius it’s roughly 4 hours. From Cape Town to Mauritius it’s just over 5 hours. Direct flights can be taken with South African Airways, FlySafair, Air Mauritius and British Airways.

Do South Africans need visas?

No.

Do I need insurance to travel to Mauritius?

Travellers MUST take out mandatory health insurance covering COVID-19 treatment. Mauritian citizens, resident permit holders and occupational permit holders are exempted.

What languages are spoken in Mauritius? Are translators available?

The official language is English, however French, Mauritian Creole, Hindi and Bhojpuri are widely spoken. Many hotel staff and local guides speak foreign languages, but translators are available if need be.

What is the best part of the island to stay on?

Mauritius has a multitude of beautiful beaches on each of its coasts. The best location for you depends on what you are specifically looking for during your stay. For example the northern part of the island is well known for shopping, nightlife and sailing. The southern part is well known for its natural beauty; and the western part is known for its beautiful white beaches and an array of water sports.

What is the best time of the year to visit Mauritius?

Mauritius is a tropical island and the weather is pleasant all year round. During summer (October April) temperatures range from 28°C 34°C; and during winter (May September) temperatures range from 22°C 27°C.

All COVID-related FAQ’s

Head over to our Covid Updates page.

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