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Anchored in the Indian Ocean, just off the southeast coast of Africa, Mauritius is one of the best places for a chilled-out break. You can look forward to powdery beaches, bright blue waters and incredible hospitality. There’s really only one way you could be even more relaxed – and that’s by booking an all-inclusive Mauritius holiday.

With an all-inclusive trip, everything is covered in the price. Your resort will offer delicious food and a range of drinks, plus lots of activities – so all you need to do is enjoy it all. Our hand-picked Mauritius hotels cater to all tastes, too. If you’re travelling with children, you can all spend some quality time together thanks to kid-friendly activities and watersports. Couples, meanwhile, can opt for an adults-only resort and switch off in the therapeutic spa, tranquil pools and romantic restaurants. Whatever you’re looking for, going all-inclusive will help you stick to your budget – because once your holiday is paid for, you'll only need some supplementary cash, in case you want to buy any souvenirs.

While you might plan to spend most of your time sipping cocktails on the beach or relaxing by the pool, it’s worth setting aside a day or two to explore. Glass-bottomed boat trips, jungle safaris and even zip-lining are all on offer, to help you see the best of the island on your all-inclusive Mauritius holiday. You might find that some tours and transfers are included as part of your all-inclusive package. And, of course, our travel experts are always on hand to recommend any excursions or day trips, if you want to venture further afield.

All-inclusive hotels

Beaches

Things to do

Best time to go

All-inclusive hotels

There are lots of fantastic all-inclusive hotels in Mauritius, but The Ravenala Attitude is one of our favourites. With 15 bars and restaurants to choose from, you’ll certainly be able to make the most of your all-inclusive trip. You can tuck into Creole, Chinese and Italian cuisine, as well as seafood dishes and barbecue feasts. Families will love the kids’ clubs, activities and watersports, while couples can relax in the adults-only wing.

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Radisson Blu Azuri Resort & Spa is another great option. On Mauritius’ northeast coast, this all-inclusive resort boasts two pools, a luxury spa and a trio of stylish restaurants. The resort also has its own beach club, where you can enjoy tapas bites, themed evenings and – best of all – brunch and cocktails on Sundays.

Activities might also play a big part in your all-inclusive Mauritius holiday. If you like to keep busy, take a look at Zilwa Attitude. Perched on the soft sands of Anse la Raie, this beachfront hotel offers a variety of watersports and has its very own PADI-certified dive centre.

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Mauritius beaches

Your holiday is probably going to involve lots of beach time – and who could blame you? With pure-white sands, crystal-clear seas and nodding palm trees, Mauritius is picture-perfect. The east coast is home to a lot of the island’s best white-sand beaches, while the west coast has blonde beaches and stunning sunsets. If you’re into surfing, though, you should make tracks for the south coast to experience bigger swells.

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When you’re planning your all-inclusive getaway to Mauritius, you’ll find that some names crop up repeatedly. Belle Mare – literally meaning ‘beautiful sea’ – is one of the best beaches in Mauritius. It’s a lovely spot for swimming and snorkelling, as the off-shore reef means the water is really calm. Further north, Trou aux Biches is also incredibly tranquil, while the choppier waters of Le Morne in the south are great for watersports.

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Things to do

You could be forgiven for never wanting to leave your all-inclusive resort. When you do go out, though, you’ll find plenty of things to see and do.

Mauritius is famous for its beaches, but the island’s mountains and canyons are a must-see on your trip. Black River Gorges National Park and the breathtaking Tamarind Falls should both be on your list, if you fancy going hiking through stunning landscapes. You’ll spot exotic birds and monkeys as you go, too. Wildlife-lovers should also go on a dolphin-watching trip, or visit one of the island’s wildlife sanctuaries, where you’ll see giant tortoises, cheeky macaques and some beautiful birds, including the Mauritius kestrel.

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If you fancy something high-octane, why not go zip-lining across the Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park? The multi-coloured earths are a wonder to behold, and a bird’s-eye view is the best way to see them. Alternatively, you can explore Mauritius on horseback with a local guide, who’ll be able to point out all kinds of flora and fauna.

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Best time to go

Mauritius has a tropical climate, so you can expect balmy temperatures all year round. But if you want to enjoy toasty temperatures – without getting too hot – it’s best to go on holiday to Mauritius between April and June or September and December. During these months, humidity drops to a comfortable level and temperatures float between 23oC and 28oC. So it’s warm enough for sunbathing and watersports, but you’ll also be able to explore the island in comfort.

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While you might be craving some winter sun, January and February are actually the wettest months of the year, so it’s best to avoid going to Mauritius at this time. It’s also worth knowing that the northern and western regions are generally warmer and drier than the eastern and southern areas of the island. So keep that in mind when you’re choosing your all-inclusive hotel in Mauritius. 

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All-inclusive hotels

All-inclusive hotels

There are lots of fantastic all-inclusive hotels in Mauritius, but The Ravenala Attitude is one of our favourites. With 15 bars and restaurants to choose from, you’ll certainly be able to make the most of your all-inclusive trip. You can tuck into Creole, Chinese and Italian cuisine, as well as seafood dishes and barbecue feasts. Families will love the kids’ clubs, activities and watersports, while couples can relax in the adults-only wing.

Show More
Show Less

Radisson Blu Azuri Resort & Spa is another great option. On Mauritius’ northeast coast, this all-inclusive resort boasts two pools, a luxury spa and a trio of stylish restaurants. The resort also has its own beach club, where you can enjoy tapas bites, themed evenings and – best of all – brunch and cocktails on Sundays.

Activities might also play a big part in your all-inclusive Mauritius holiday. If you like to keep busy, take a look at Zilwa Attitude. Perched on the soft sands of Anse la Raie, this beachfront hotel offers a variety of watersports and has its very own PADI-certified dive centre.

Show More
Show Less

Beaches

Mauritius beaches

Your holiday is probably going to involve lots of beach time – and who could blame you? With pure-white sands, crystal-clear seas and nodding palm trees, Mauritius is picture-perfect. The east coast is home to a lot of the island’s best white-sand beaches, while the west coast has blonde beaches and stunning sunsets. If you’re into surfing, though, you should make tracks for the south coast to experience bigger swells.

Show More
Show Less

When you’re planning your all-inclusive getaway to Mauritius, you’ll find that some names crop up repeatedly. Belle Mare – literally meaning ‘beautiful sea’ – is one of the best beaches in Mauritius. It’s a lovely spot for swimming and snorkelling, as the off-shore reef means the water is really calm. Further north, Trou aux Biches is also incredibly tranquil, while the choppier waters of Le Morne in the south are great for watersports.

Show More
Show Less

Things to do

Things to do

You could be forgiven for never wanting to leave your all-inclusive resort. When you do go out, though, you’ll find plenty of things to see and do.

Mauritius is famous for its beaches, but the island’s mountains and canyons are a must-see on your trip. Black River Gorges National Park and the breathtaking Tamarind Falls should both be on your list, if you fancy going hiking through stunning landscapes. You’ll spot exotic birds and monkeys as you go, too. Wildlife-lovers should also go on a dolphin-watching trip, or visit one of the island’s wildlife sanctuaries, where you’ll see giant tortoises, cheeky macaques and some beautiful birds, including the Mauritius kestrel.

Show More
Show Less

If you fancy something high-octane, why not go zip-lining across the Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park? The multi-coloured earths are a wonder to behold, and a bird’s-eye view is the best way to see them. Alternatively, you can explore Mauritius on horseback with a local guide, who’ll be able to point out all kinds of flora and fauna.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to go

Mauritius has a tropical climate, so you can expect balmy temperatures all year round. But if you want to enjoy toasty temperatures – without getting too hot – it’s best to go on holiday to Mauritius between April and June or September and December. During these months, humidity drops to a comfortable level and temperatures float between 23oC and 28oC. So it’s warm enough for sunbathing and watersports, but you’ll also be able to explore the island in comfort.

Show More
Show Less

While you might be craving some winter sun, January and February are actually the wettest months of the year, so it’s best to avoid going to Mauritius at this time. It’s also worth knowing that the northern and western regions are generally warmer and drier than the eastern and southern areas of the island. So keep that in mind when you’re choosing your all-inclusive hotel in Mauritius. 

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Show Less

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