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    Mauritius – a brief overview

    Mauritius’ Indian Ocean beaches are famous the world over for their sugar-white sands and limpid waters. Combine these with its rugged interior and elegant colonial-era architecture, and you’ve got a destination for all. A former British colony and trading hub, the island is peppered with old forts and rustic towns that date back to the 17th century.

    Its capital, Port Louis, is no exception, and also has a vibrant mix of thoroughly modern bars, interesting museums and a veritable smorgasbord of places to sample the local seafood. Inland, there is the spectacular Black River Gorges National Park to explore, while offshore the picturesque Ile aux Aigrettes is thought to be the final resting place of the dodo.

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    Mahébourg

    Mahébourg
    Mauritius
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    Mauritius’ ancient capital, Mahébourg, is where Dutch settlers first landed in 1598. Today, this tranquil little city is a place of winding alleys, pretty seafront restaurants and traditional markets.

    Parc national des gorges de Rivière Noire

    B103 - Plaine Champagne Road
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 464 4016
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    A vast stretch of thick and glistening tropical rainforest, the Black River Gorges National Park covers 2% of Mauritius and is home to several native animal and bird species, including the Mauritian flying fox. The park also has 60km of hiking trails and the natural crater lake Grand Bassin.

    Maison Eureka

    Eureka - La Maison Creole
    Eureka Lane, Montagne Ory
    Moka
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 433 8477
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    Opening times:
    For guided visits, Eureka is opened
    Mon-Sat 0900-1700
    Sun 0900-1530

    Set within a beautiful nature reserve, the Eureka House was built in 1830 and housed a succession of French and British aristocrats during the colonial period. Now a museum, the displays chart the history of Mauritius under Anglo-French rule.

    La Vanille Réserve des Mascareignes

    Savanne
    Mauritius
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0830-1700

    A cross between a zoo and a nature reserve, La Vanille is home to the largest number of captive giant tortoises in the world as well as a huge insectarium and a crocodile farm. Crocodile also dominates the menu at the on-site restaurant with everything from curry to burgers.

    Île aux Aigrettes

    Île aux Aigrettes
    Mauritius
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    Guided tours only.
    Boat leaves from Pointe Jérôme:
    Mon-Sat 0930, 1000, 1030, 1330, 1400 and 1430
    Sun 0930, 1000, 1030

    Thought to be the place where the last dodo met its end, the Ile aux Aigrettes, a tiny coral atoll just off Pointe Jérôme, is now home to a large population of wild giant tortoises. Along with a number of endemic Mauritian species, the islet also has a large pink pigeon population.

    L'Aventure du Sucre

    Beau Plan B18
    Pamplemousses
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 243 7900
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0900-1700

    Housed within a former factory dating back to 1787, L’Aventure du Sucre is a quirky little museum that charts the history of Mauritius’ sugar industry from inception to present day. Displays also cover the island’s rum trade and touch on its history with slavery.

    Le Souffleur

    Grand Port
    Mauritius


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    A natural grotto and ‘geyser’ perched on the south coast near Souillac, Le Souffleur explodes with impressive regularity – on average every 20 minutes. Getting there takes some effort – a hike to the cliffs is required – but the spectacular scenery and sea views are well worth it.

    Domaine de L'Étoile

    Sebastopol
    B27
    Mauritius
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    A sugar plantation turned film set and then eco-park, the Domaine de L’Étoile is perched at the base of the Bambous Mountains and is home to a number of hiking trails as well as a lengthy zip wire. Horse riding and quad biking are both on offer as are guided walks.

    Rhumerie de Chamarel

    Route Royale, Chamarel
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 483 7980
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Sat 0930-1730

    Nestled into a nook in the spectacular countryside surrounding Chamarel, La Rhumerie is a traditional working rum distillery that offers guided tours as well as the chance to sample the local brew in the on-site restaurant.

    Fort Adelaide

    Sebastopol St
    Port Louis
    Mauritius
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    Also known as La Citadelle, Fort Adelaide is one of four 18th-century fortifications built by the British in Port Louis, and the only one not in ruins. At 73m above sea level, visitors can wander at will and take in spectacular views of the sea and city below.

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    Country overview

    A hypnotic blend of Indian, Chinese, African, French and British influences, Mauritius is a dazzling Indian Ocean island that enchants nearly all who visit. But while its famous white-sand beaches and luxurious hotels are its top attractions, Mauritius offers far more to do than most tropical islands, with superb hiking, mountain climbing, diving and ecotourism opportunities.

    Off major shipping routes, Mauritius remained uninhabited until the 16th century, allowing it to develop into one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots.

    It was favoured by pirates and occupied briefly by the Dutch before the French brought African slaves to work the sugar plantations. Captured by the British in 1810, Mauritius achieved independence in 1968.

    Mauritius today is one of the wealthiest countries in Africa, a successful, multicultural society where the friendly co-existence of peoples and religions expresses itself in croissants for breakfast and curry for dinner, and brightly painted Indian temples sitting alongside French colonial mansions.

    Geography

    Mauritius, a volcanic and mountainous island in the Indian Ocean, lies 2,000km (1,240 miles) off the southeastern coast of Africa, due east of Madagascar. The island state stands on what was once a land bridge between Asia and Africa called the Mascarene Archipelago. From the coast, the land rises to form a broad fertile plain on which sugar cane flourishes and beyond, crater edges form a mountainous backbone.

    Some 500km (310 miles) east is Rodrigues Island, while northeast are the Cargados Carajos Shoals and 900km (560 miles) to the north is Agalega.

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    Key facts

    Population: 1296303

    Population Density (per sq km): 635

    Capital: Port Louis

    Language

    The two official languages of Mauritius are English and French (with French being the most dominant). The most commonly used languages on the street are Creole (pidgin French with other languages added to the mix), Hindi and Bhojpuri. Urdu and Chinese are also spoken. All people speak either some English or some French.

    Currency

    Mauritian Rupee (MUR; symbol Rp) = 100 cents. Notes are in denominations of Rp2,000, 1,000, 500, 200, 100, 50 and 25. Coins are in denominations of Rp10, 5 and 1.

    Electricity

    220 volts AC, 50Hz. British-style plugs with three square pins are commonly used in hotels; you can often find European-style sockets (two round pins) as well.

    General business opening hours

    Mon-Fri 0900-1600, Sat 0900-1200 (some offices only).

    Public holidays

    Below are listed Public Holidays from January 2016 to December 2017.

    Note

    (a) Muslim festivals are timed according to local sightings of various phases of the moon and the dates given below are approximations. During the lunar month of Ramadan that precedes Eid al-Fitr, Muslims fast during the day and feast at night and normal business patterns may be interrupted. Some disruption may continue into Eid al-Fitr itself. Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha may last up to several days, depending on the region.

    (b) Hindu festivals are declared according to local astronomical observations and it is not possible to forecast the date of their occurrence exactly.

    2016

    New Year’s Day: 01. January 2016
    Thaipoosam Cavadee: 23. January 2016
    Abolition of Slavery Day: 01. February 2016
    Chinese New Year: 08. February 2016
    Maha Shivaratri: 08. March 2016
    National Day: 12. March 2016
    Ougadi: 08. April 2016
    Labour Day: 01. May 2016
    Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan): 06. July 2016
    Ganesh Chaturthi: 05. September 2016
    All Saints’ Day: 01. November 2016
    Anniversary of the Arrival of Indentured Labourers: 02. November 2016
    Diwali (Festival of Lights): 11. November 2016
    Christmas Day: 25. December 2016

    2017

    New Year’s Day: 01. January 2017
    Chinese New Year: 28. January 2017
    Abolition of Slavery Day: 01. February 2017
    Thaipoosam Cavadee: 09. February 2017
    Maha Shivaratri: 25. February 2017
    National Day: 12. March 2017
    Ougadi: 29. March 2017
    Labour Day: 01. May 2017
    Eid al-Fitr (End of Ramadan): 25. June 2017
    Ganesh Chaturthi: 25. August 2017
    All Saints’ Day: 01. November 2017
    Anniversary of the Arrival of Indentured Labourers: 02. November 2017
    Diwali (Festival of Lights): 11. November 2017
    Christmas Day: 25. December 2017

    All information subject to change.

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    Nightlife in Mauritius

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    Beach bars and sports pubs dominate the nightlife scene in Mauritius but there are also a couple of decent nightclubs and some upmarket cocktail bars in Port Louis.

    C Beach Club

    Domaine de Bel Ombre
    B9
    Bel Ombre 742CU001
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 605 5400
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    This relaxed beachside spot turns into a nightclub at weekends and has a great Sunday brunch.

    Les Enfants Terribles

    Royal Road
    Pointe aux Canonniers
    Pampelmousses
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 526 31076
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    Hugely popular with locals, Les Enfants Terribles is one of Mauritius’ top nightclubs.

    The Flying Dodo

    1, Mall of Mauritius
    Bagatelle
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 468 8810
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    The Flying Dodo is a microbrewery and does some of the best beer in Mauritius. Don’t let its mall location put you off.

    Banana Beach Club

    Route Royale
    Grand Baie
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 263 0326
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    A long-term favourite with locals and tourists alike, the relaxed open-air Banana Beach Club has lovely sea views.

    Big Willy’s

    Le Barachois
    Tamarin Bay, Tamarin
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 483 7400
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    Popular with sports fans thanks to its big screens, expect a lively atmosphere and cheap beer.

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    Restaurants in Mauritius

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    From sophisticated French dishes served in a chateau to simple seaside shacks, Mauritius is a foodie paradise – and one that doesn’t cost the earth.

    Le Château de Bel Ombre

    Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Spa Resort
    Bel Ombre
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 266 9777
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    Price: Expensive

    Housed in a romantic 18th-century chateau, the restaurant serves Mauritian classics with a modern twist.

    Le Courtyard

    Rue Chevreau, Saint Louis St Louis St
    Port Louis
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 210 0810
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    Price: Expensive

    One of the capital’s most high-end restaurants, Le Courtyard is famous for sophisticated French fare.

    La Case du Pecheur

    B 28
    Mahébourg
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 5422 3937
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    Price: Moderate

    This thatched open-air restaurant specialises in local seafood including lobster.

    La Toque Blanche

    Royal Road
    Pointe aux Cannoniers
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 5 910 29 89
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    Price: Moderate

    The tasty seafood at this tiny Creole restaurant tucked down an alley makes the effort involved in finding it completely worthwhile.

    Le Palais de Barbizon

    Chamarel
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 483 5078
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    Price: Cheap

    A cheap and tasty family-run restaurant, Le Palais de Barbizon serves a set-menu comprised of hearty local dishes.

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    Calendar of events

    Kiteival Mauritius

    18 – 27 July 2016
    Website

    Venue: Mauritius

    Adventurous kitesurfers take to the waves at some of Mauritius’ most beautiful beaches during this annual, week-long competition. A rainbow of kites fills the skies as participants travel the coast and battle in the freestyle, race and wave categories. Back on sand, spectators celebrate summer with plenty of food and drink.

    The Maiden Cup

    6 September 2016

    Venue: Le Champ de Mars, Port Louis

    Don a festive hat and your Sunday best before heading to Le Champs de Mars for the Maiden Cup, Mauritius’ largest annual horse-racing event. Pack a picnic for this racetrack flanked by lush green mountains, and place your bets on your chosen horses amid an atmosphere crackling with anticipation and excitement.

    Ernest Wiehe Jazz Festival

    September 2016
    Website

    Venue: Tamarin

    Mauritius celebrates its unique Sega and African musical influences during its annual Ernest Wiehe Jazz Festival. Dedicated to the island’s late great jazz musician, this event showcases some of its current top artists. Enjoy concerts, projections and masterclasses as the melodic sounds of saxophones and pianos float through the air.

    Festival International Kreol

    20 – 26 November 2016
    Website

    Venue: Port Louis

    Since 2006, this three-day festival has been drawing crowds from all over to celebrate Creole culture in Mauritius. Spend the weekend crooning to traditional Creole tunes and attending discussions and literary readings. Delight in Mauritius fare and desserts, and enjoy traditional dance performances. Events around the area promise parties all night long.

    Chinese Spring Festival (Chinese New Year)

    8 February 2017

    Venue: Mauritius

    The Chinese New Year is welcomed with open arms during Mauritius’ Chinese Spring Festival, when red decorations symbolising happiness fill the streets. Soaring firecrackers fend off lurking evil, there’s no end to the delicious food, and the crowning glory is the Dragon Feast, when Chinese dancers and musicians perform alongside an extravagant swaying Dragon.

    Thaipoosam Cavadee

    10 February 2017

    Venue: Mauritius

    During this Hindu festival, worshippers of Murugan journey to nearby Tamil temples following 10 days of fasting and praying. Beautiful flower- and fruit-laden cavadees – heavy wooden structures carried on shoulders – are a spectacular site, but don’t let the thin needles piercing the repenters’ bodies alarm you. The rituals continue with fire walking and sword climbing.

    Maha Shivaratri (Shivaratree)

    8 – 10 March 2017

    Venue: Mauritius, Grand Bassin

    Dressed in pure white, Hindu worshippers of the Lord Shiva head to the holy lake Grand Bassin during this sacred festival. Processors carry intricately built bamboo structures decorated with flowers. Once at the lake, worshippers make food sacrifices and collect holy water before chanting and meditating.

    Holi Festival

    23 March 2017

    Venue: Mauritius

    Vibrant colours fly as the people of Mauritius throw paint at each other to promote good fortune and celebrate spring. This Hindu festival recognises the triumph of good over evil and kicks off the night before with a bonfire. The next day brings plenty of singing, dancing and tasty sweets.

    Festival Culinaire Bernard Loiseau

    March 2017
    Website

    Venue: Constance Hotel and Resorts

    In this friendly food competition hosted by Constance Hotels and Resorts, top Indian Ocean islands chefs pair with Michelin-starred European chefs to create a unique two-dish meal. World-renowned chefs and foodies then judge the signature creations. Guests and attendees can indulge in a six-star meal created by the contestants and witness the anticipated competition results.

    All information subject to change. Please check the dates on the relevant event organizer’s website.

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    Hotels in Mauritius

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    Mauritius has no shortage of spacious luxury resorts, but there are also plenty of charming boutique hotels and smaller city centre lodgings.

    LUX* Belle Mare

    Coastal Road
    Quatre Cocos 742CU001
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 402 2000
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    Category: Expensive

    A stylish eco-resort set in lush tropical gardens on the eastern coast of Mauritius.

    Sofitel So Mauritius

    Royal Road
    Beau Champs
    Bel Ombre
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 605 5800
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    Category: Expensive

    The tropical south coast of Mauritius is the perfect setting for the five-star resort Sofitel So Mauritius. Enticing room or exclusive suite, whatever your preference, modern architecture and exceptional interior design make for elegance and creature comforts amid intact nature.

    Villa Narmada

    Aquamarine Lane
    Grand Bay 2726CB
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 263 5757
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    Category: Moderate

    Perfect for families, Villa Narmada offers clean and spacious apartments at affordable prices, and within easy reach of shops, restaurants and the beach. There is also a swimming pool on site.

    Hotel Des 2 Mondes

    Coastal Road Mont Choisy
    Mont Choisy
    Mauritius
    Tel: +27 86 771 2272
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    Category: Moderate

    Set amid a tropical coconut grove, Hotel des 2 Mondes is a charming and intimate boutique hotel.

    Hotel Le Grand Bleu

    Pres de Troux aux Beach, Route Coastale
    Trou aux Biches
    Mauritius
    Tel: +230 265 5812
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    Category: Cheap

    Like to spend some magical days on Mauritius that won’t cost you a fortune? At the three-star hotel Le Grand Bleu, located just steps from the blue waters of the Indian Ocean and a white sandy beach, you can do just that. From the beach, you can experience a magnificent sunset almost every night.

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    24°C


    wind direction

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    wind speed

    8.125 mph

    7 days forecast

    Tuesday

    06.12.2016

    28°C / 22°C

    Wednesday

    07.12.2016

    28°C / 22°C

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    Sunday

    11.12.2016

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    Climate & best time to visit Mauritius

    Mauritius has a tropical maritime climate, with relatively little seasonal variation in temperatures, and generally pleasant and sunny on the coast year round. Winter, from May to October is warm and dry. Summer from November to April is hot, humid and rainy. Cyclones occur between January and March. Sea breezes blow all year, especially on the east coast, and the inland central plateau around Curepipe is cooler and rainy year round.

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    absolute maxabsolute minØ absolute minØ absolute minrelative humidityØ precipitationdays with deposit > 1mmsunshine duration
    Jan35 °C17 °C29 °C22 °C82 %251 mm168.0 h
    Feb33 °C17 °C29 °C22 °C84 %246 mm167.6 h
    Mar32 °C15 °C29 °C22 °C84 %217 mm177.0 h
    Apr32 °C15 °C28 °C21 °C83 %221 mm176.2 h
    May30 °C12 °C26 °C19 °C81 %148 mm146.2 h
    Jun30 °C9 °C25 °C18 °C79 %101 mm145.9 h
    Jul29 °C11 °C24 °C17 °C78 %113 mm185.8 h
    Aug28 °C8 °C23 °C17 °C78 %89 mm146.1 h
    Sep30 °C7 °C24 °C17 °C78 %61 mm106.6 h
    Oct30 °C10 °C26 °C18 °C78 %67 mm117.5 h
    Nov32 °C12 °C27 °C20 °C79 %89 mm98.1 h
    Dec33 °C16 °C29 °C21 °C81 %190 mm137.9 h
    year35 °C7 °C26 °C20 °C81 %1793 mm1696.9 h
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    Phone calls & Internet

    Telephone/Mobile Telephone

    Dialing code: +230

    Telephone

    There are no area codes. There are a limited number of public telephone booths, mainly at the airport and in major hotels. Mauritius Telecom (www.mauritiustelecom.com) offers a good, reliable service and payphones are found in their customer service centres in towns around the island.

    Mobile Telephone

    Roaming agreements with international mobile phone companies are available and coverage extends over the entire island. Local mobile calls are the same as the price of landline calls, so it’s worth buying a local SIM card for your handset if you plan to make more than a few phone calls on the island.

    Internet

    There are Internet cafés in both main towns and tourist centres such as Grand Baie and Port Louis. Most hotels offer wireless Internet access.

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    Shopping in Mauritius

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    Key Areas

    Although small shopping areas and markets are found in villages up and down Mauritius, most of the retail action happens in the capital, Port Louis, and tourist hubs such as Grand Baie. In the latter, the central Sunset Boulevard is where most of the shops are to be found, although the Grand Bazaar, an open-air market, is more interesting. Port Louis is home to the island’s largest shopping mall, Le Caudan Waterfront, which houses a more upmarket selection of shops as well as a smattering of artisan-run stalls.

    Markets

    Most towns and villages have small markets, but the best and most varied are the daily markets in Grand Baie and Port Louis.

    Shopping Centres

    Le Caudan Waterfront and Happy World House are the main malls in Port Louis, while the huge Mall of Mauritius is in Moka. Elsewhere, there’s the VIP Centre in Flacq and Grand Bay Plaza in Grand Baie.

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    Traveller etiquette

    Social Conventions

    Handshaking is the customary form of greeting. Visitors should respect the traditions of their hosts, particularly when visiting a private house. The type of hospitality the visitor receives is determined by the religion and social customs of the host, which are closely related.

    It is appropriate to give a gift as a small token of appreciation if invited for a meal. Dress is normally informal although men will need to wear a suit for particularly formal occasions.

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    Health

    Main emergency number: 114

    Food & Drink

    Water for drinking should have first been boiled or otherwise sterilised. Bottled water is readily available. Vegetables should be cooked and fruit peeled.

    Other Risks

    Dysentery, typhoid and hepatitis B occur, and meningococcal meningitis is a risk from December to June. More common is dengue fever and around 5,000 cases of chikungunya virus have been reported – precautionary measures should be taken, especially in summer (Oct to May). Stonefish stings are uncommon but can be fatal.

    Contractual physician of Lufthansa

    Dr. Madeleine, Louis Pierre Jean-Francois
    Fortis Clinique Darne – Medical and Surgical Centre
    Guibert Street
    Floreal
    Mauritius
    Tel. +230-601-2300

    Please note that Lufthansa accepts no responsibility for the treatment nor will it bear the cost of any treatment.
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    Visa & Immigration

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    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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