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Enchanting Mauritius: An Island Discovery for solo travellers


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Explore and relax on this idyllic Indian Ocean island tour

Experience the cultural, historical and contrasting natural highlights of Mauritius while staying in three stylish, all-inclusive resorts beside some of the island's most beautiful beaches. More than a fifth of our holidaymakers travel on their own and on this departure look forward to discovering this fascinating island in the company of other solo travellers.


14 nights in hotels and 2 in flight

42 meals: 14 breakfasts (B), 14 lunches (L) and 14 dinners (D)

Free bar open for a minimum of 12-and-a-half at each hotel

Excursions and visits

  • Visit the Lake of Grand Bassin
  • Mahebourg Naval Museum
  • Visit to a colonial house, tea plantation and rum distillery
  • Tour of historic Souillac
  • Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens
  • Sugar Adventure Museum
  • Visit to Cap Malheureux and the historic Marine model ship factory
  • Guided walk through La Vallée de Ferney Nature Reserve

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Day 1 UK to Mauritius

After taking Saga’s included UK door-to-door travel service to Gatwick, fly overnight to Mauritius.

Day 2 Bel Ombre

You'll be met at the airport and taken to the locally rated 4-star Tamassa, An All Inclusive Resort in Bel Ombre, where you stay on an all-inclusive basis for five nights. The free Saga bar is open from 11am to midnight and serves local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. L, D

Day 3 South Mauritius

Grand Bassin

Visit the sacred Lake of Grand Bassin, admire Chamarel Waterfalls and enjoy a tour and tasting in a rum distillery on today's included excursion. B,L,D

Day 4 Mahebourg

Sugarcane fields

Enjoy a scenic drive this morning to Mahebourg to see the Naval Museum in a beautiful 18th-century Creole mansion, and visit a family-run cassava biscuit producer. Optional excursion to Trou aux Cerfs and Curepipe. B, L, D

Mahebourg Mauritius Africa

Day 5 The tea route

Tea planation

This morning join an included half-day tour to delve into the island's tea history! Explore Domaine des Aubineaux – a tea plantation, and a museum and a rum distillery. B, L, D 

Day 6 At leisure

Enjoy a day at leisure or perhaps go on an optional dolphin-watching trip or optional visit to Casela Nature Park. B, L, D.

Optional excursions

This is a chance to cruise along the west coast and go sightseeing from a different perspective. Board a catamaran at La Carangue, for an unforgettable experience sailing towards the open sea on the lookout for dolphins. There will be time to go swimming and snorkellng and enjoy a barbecue lunch served on board.

Dolphin watching

The beautiful Casela Nature Park enjoys a hilltop location and is home to hundreds of species of birds, including the extremely rare pink pigeon. You may also see other animals such as giant tortoises, tigers, monkeys, lemurs and fruit bats. The view from the hill stretches far and wide across to the island’s south-western coast.

Visit Trou aux Cerfs, a dormant volcano located near Curepipe, in the centre of Mauritius. The summit is easily accessible and from the path that circles the 350-metre wide crater, you can enjoy panoramic views across the island. You also have the chance to shop in the boutiques and arcades of the town of Curepipe. 

Day 7 Bel Ombre-Souillac-Turtle Bay

Visit the historic village of Souillac and a garden developed by the Irish botanist Charles Telfair. Travel north and arrive at the locally rated 5-star InterContinental Mauritius Resort Balaclava Fort. B, L, D

Day 8 Turtle Bay

Explore the tropical gardens around your hotel and relax as look over the Indian ocean. Alternatively, you might like to join an optional cruise along the north shores of the island or venture on an optional underwater safari. B, L, D

Optional excursions

Board a catamaran for an unforgettable experience of sailing towards open sea. Relax on board, look out for dolphins, and feel the cool sea breeze as you sail through the turquoise ocean. There will be free time for swimming and snorkelling and a barbecue lunch will be served on board.

Enjoy a catamaran cruise

For this amazing experience, you are taken to the beach at Trou aux Biches and fitted with a helmet and diving weights. You'll then be escorted on a walk along the seabed, about two-and-a-half metres below the surface! This is a wonderful opportunity, even for non-divers, to see some of the fascinating marine life that inhabits the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.

Day 9 Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens

Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens

Admire the flora at the Royal Botanical Gardens in Pamplemousse and afterwards, head to the Sugar Adventure Museum which is housed in an old sugar factory. The afternoon is at leisure. B, L, D

Pamplemousses Botanical Gardens Mauritius Africa

Day 10 Cap Malheureux

Cap Malheureux

Visit dramatic Cap Malheureux at the northernmost tip of the island and the Historic Marine model ship factory, where craftsmen create miniature ships. B, L, D

Cap Malheureux Mauritius Africa

Day 11 Turtle Bay

Enjoy the hotel facilities or join an optional half-day tour of the capital, Port Louis. B,L,D

Optional excursions

Enjoy time exploring the capital and main port of the island, bordering the Indian Ocean. Port Louis has many historic buildings, including Fort Adelaide, a hilltop citadel built by the British in the early 18th century, and the only intact survivor of four British forts from this period.

Port Louis
Port Louis Mauritius Africa

Day 12 Turtle Bay to Belle Mare

Travel to your final hotel, stopping for a typical Mauritian lunch at a private house. You arrive at the locally rated 4-star Solana Beach for the final four all-inclusive nights. B, L, D

Day 13 Belle Mare

Relax at your hotel

Relax at your hotel, or explore independently. B,L,D

Optional excursions

Curepipe is a town renowned for its shopping. In the past, French settlers liked to live here as its temperate climate reminded them of home. One of the neighbouring villages was even known as Nouvelle France. Enjoy a scenic drive there and perhaps spend some of your Mauritian rupees on lovely hand-made souvenirs and traditional crafts.

Day 14 Belle Mare

The Lux* Belle Mare overlooks the biggest lagoon in Mauritius

Perhaps relax on the white sandy beach or join an optional catamaran cruise along the island’s east coast. B, L, D.

La Vallee de Ferney Nature Reserve Mauritius Africa

Optional excursions

Today you have another opportunity to experience a trip out on the ocean waves aboard a catamaran. This cruise will take you along the island's east coast.

Day 15 La Vallée de Ferney Nature Reserve

La Vallee de Ferney Nature Reserve

Nestled within Bambous Mountains, La Vallée de Ferney Nature Reserve consists of 200 hectares of preserved native forest. Enjoy an included walk through the forest before visiting a small coffee museum within the grounds of a sugar estate. B,L,D

Day 16 - 17 Mauritius to UK

Travel to the airport for your overnight flight home. On arrival in the UK take your included UK door-to-door travel service home. B

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