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Where is Mauritius situated?     
Mauritius is situated in the Indian Ocean near Reunion Island.    

How to reach Mauritius?           
The easiest way to come to Mauritius is by airplane. The main airlines that offer regular flights to Mauritius around Europe are Air-Mauritius, Air Austral, British Airways, Emirates, Air France, and Eurofly. It is advisable for the rest of the world to check with their local travel agency. For those who want to travel to Rodrigue Island, they should first come to Mauritius and then take a ship or airplane to go there.

How long does it take to reach Mauritius by airplane?
It all depend where do you come from. For example, from England or nearby countries a non-stop flight takes around 11 to 12 hours. Some people take long hour flight in order to pay less. An example of long flight hour is France-Reunion Island-Mauritius.

What are the main languages spoken in Mauritius?
Mauritian speak Creole patois in there everyday life. Creole is a kind of native dialect in which French words emerge to be more prominent. Mauritian also speaks English and French since they learn it at school.

What is the electricity voltage used in Mauritius for domestic purposes?                     
The power supply in Mauritius is 240 volts and all domestic devise used British standard three pin sockets.

Do I need a visa for Mauritius?   
There is no need to possess a visa to come to Mauritius if you are a European passport holder.  You can stay from three to six month, but you need to prove the local authorities that you have the necessary money for your stay and a return ticket.                        

Does all your accommodation have internet access?
Some of our accommodations have WIFI access free of charge. We also provide internet access at our office.

How do I pay?
Total payment should be made by cash on your first day of arrival.