05 Nights & 06 Days
Fare starting from: £1250.00 per person
"Thanks to this hotel's location guests can easily visit Mauritius attractions, such as Medine Sugar Estate or Casela Nature Park. The hotel is around an hour's drive away from Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport. The establishment is a business heaven, features 5 meeting rooms for 2-400 people, a business centre and wireless Internet access in all rooms and public areas. Younger guests are also welcome and are sure to enjoy the kids' club. In their leisure time guests may take advantage of the swimming pool complex, water sports, SPA and gym, and 3 floodlit tennis courts, in addition to the Indian Ocean beach. There are 4 restaurants and 2 bars in the hotel. Guests may enjoy a romantic dinner in the gourmet Melanzane restaurant".
Most popular facilities
2 swimming pools,
- Return Flight from London to Mauritius.
- 5 Nights Hotel in Mauritius (05 Star) Hilton Mauritius Resort & Spa.
- Board Basis : Breakfast.
- Excursions on demand (On Discounted Fares).
- Deposit option available pay minimum £50.00 per person and rest in instalment.
- Fly Now Pay later option also available.
- ATOL protected.
- Baggage 23 kgs per person.
- Return Transfers (Shared or Private).
- Tours & Excursions
- Car Hire
- Travel Insurance
- Airline Seat Arrangement
- 15th January 2021 to 31ST March 2021 & 15th April to 31st May 2021
Mauritius, a tropical island paradise and arguably Africa's wealthiest destination, is one of the world's top luxury tourism destinations. It possesses a wide range of natural and man-made attractions, enjoys a tropical climate with clear warm sea waters, attractive beaches, tropical fauna and flora complemented by a multi-ethnic and cultural population that is friendly and welcoming. These tourism assets are its main strength, especially since they are backed up by well-designed and run hotels, reliable and operational services and infrastructures.
Mauritius offers a wealth of natural beauty and exciting activities for every traveller. Visit the island's several unique natural features, including the 7-Coloured Earths of Chamarel, the Black River Gorges and two UNESCO World Heritage status monuments. For the sporty set, there are a number of world-class golf courses to enjoy, as well as a host of water sports such as deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, snorkelling and kite surfing to name a few. Go trekking through the lush forest, or explore the nearby villages and markets on bicycle. The island offers a rich colonial history to be explored with fascinating local culture and a variety of exotic and colourful religious festivals. Hundreds of shopping centres sell locally made textiles, jewellery, sugar and local preserves. Visit the nature reserves where you can spot some of the native endangered species, both in the ocean and inland. Every moment in Mauritius is an opportunity to discover something new.
Geography of Mauritius
Located just off the southeast coast of Africa, some 900km east of Madagascar, is the island nation of Mauritius. Surrounded by the warm Indian Ocean, the island is 2040km2 in size and forms part of the Mascarene Islands, with La Réunion to the southwest and Rodrigues to the northeast. As a Republic, it also includes the islands of Cargados Carajos, Rodrigues and the Agalega Islands, while its capital is the city of Port Louis.
Climate in Mauritius
Mauritius enjoys a mild tropical climate all year round. The winter months are typically warm and dry from May to November, while summer is hot and quite humid from December to April.
Coastal temperatures: 22°C in winter to 34°C in summer.
Sea temperature: 22°C to 27°C.
Languages in Mauritius
Mauritian Creole, French and English are mostly spoken on the island. While English is the only official language, the lingua franca is Mauritian Creole and the newspapers and television programmes are usually in French. Rodriguan Creole is a minority language and is spoken in certain parts of the country only.
Culture in Mauritius
The island is a melting pot of cultures with Indian, African, Chinese and French citizens adding to its unique diversity. As a former French and then British colony, the island also shows strong European influences.
Money/Currency in Mauritius
The local currency is the Mauritian Rupee (MUR) which is divided into 100 cents. Credit cards are accepted by most businesses.
Driving in Mauritius
The island has a network of well maintained roads, with a main dual-carriage way going across the island from the airport in the south through the capital city of Port Louis in the west and further towards the popular north coast. Multi-coloured buses and taxis are a safe and popular way to get around the island, while cars can also be hired.
Direct Flights to/from Mauritius
Air Mauritius is the national carrier for the island. It operates a network of routes to the local islands and international destinations in Africa, Australia, Europe and Asia, with daily or weekly flights to most major cities in these destinations.