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Why Mauritius? Experiences, service, food and top quality hotel.
- Exquisite Mauritian Cuisine
- Friendly Hospitable People
- Minimal time difference to Europe
- Tropical Climate
- Beautiful unspoilt white sand beaches
- Luxury hotels and facilities with exemplary service
- Child friendly resorts
- Unique ‘Mountain & Beach’ combo itineraries
Jolie tailor all the arrangements for you.
Offering unique packages and experiences. Island excursions ranging from catamaran cruises, swimming with dolphins to deep sea fishing.
The Island of Mauritius
Located on the South West of the island and in the shadow of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Le Morne, The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is situated on an idyllic beach, surrounded by a tranquil lagoon of turquoise waters and within easy reach of the Black River Gorge, Chamarel waterfalls and other distinctive Mauritian natural wonders.
The islands of Mauritius, Reunion and Rodrigues were created due to violent tectonic plate movement over 400 million years ago. Predominantly volcanic rock, Mauritius is an island of approximately 1865 square kilometres with 330 km of sandy coastline almost entirely surrounded by coral reefs. The land gently rises to a central plateau which is about 600 metres above sea level.
Mauritius was first discovered by the Arabs in 975 AD, then by the Portuguese between 1507and 1513. From that period of succession of colonisations have taken place between the French, Dutch followed by the British. The island became a republic in 1968. There are many architectural references to the island’s colonial past and to its importance as a trade route to the Indian Ocean.
Said to be the friendliest island race in the world, Mauritians are made up from a mixture of Chinese, African, Asian and Eurasian peoples, all coming to the island at different times of its history. The exploitation and growth of the sugar cane industry has been an important element in creating this cultural mix and this is reflected in religion, language and even cuisine.
The island boasts some of the world’s most stunning scenic vistas. From waterfalls to spectacular views of the mountains in the interior, visitors to Mauritius will be able to travel around the island and marvel at some of the world’s most beautiful scenery. And of course, it must not be overlooked that the infamous Dodo came from this sceptred isle.
Le Morne Peninsula
Located on the South West of the island in Le Morne Peninsula and in the shadow of the UNESCO in 2008. Mauritius is undeniably the jewel of the Indian Ocach of the Black River Gorge, Chamarel waterfalls and other distinctive Mauritian natural wonders.
Activities & Experiences
Jolie provides guests with an array of exhilarating aquatic activities that can be tailored to guests of all ages.
Jolie provides an experience beyond expectation. With captivating activities and thoughtful, welcoming attention tailored for younger guests and their families, to celebrates the art of play and being together.
Honeymoons at Mauritius are celebrations beyond expectation. Every detail is attended to with care; every moment is a cherished memory in the making. The journey will take you through a half an hour to half a day of sensory experiences in discreet, seductive and elegant surroundings.
The St. Regis Mauritius Resort is situated on an idyllic beach, surrounded by a tranquil lagoon of turquoise waters and within easy reach of the Black River Gorge, Chamarel waterfalls and other distinctive Mauritian natural wonders.
- Arrival airport: Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport
- Time difference from Italy: – 2 Hours
- Travel time: Alitalia direct fly
- Visas: None required for Europe citizens
MAY- JUN – JUL – AUG – SEPT – OCT-NOV – DEC
The best time to visit Mauritius is from May to December when the weather is cool, dry and sunny.
The island has a classic tropical climate with warm weather year-round. Even in winter, from May to October, the temperature drops from hot to balmy. During summer, from November to April, the days are hot and humid.
We don’t recommend visting Mauritius during the wet cyclone season, from January to March, and avoid the east coast in July and August, when the wind is at its strongest.
Tested & Tried
we only offer packages and locations those that we have tried and tested and that we consider the best for you
- Over 18 years’ experience in tourism
- Attendend international tourism fair every year
- clients rate Jolie’s expertise and support service as excellent.
- Our expert advice makes the most of your time and budget
- We secure the best available rates direct from our supplier network
- No surprise costs
- 24/7 support line to deal with any eventuality
- Our travel specialists have tested locations, services and area.
- A dedicated expert will design your bespoke journey from start to finish
- We only work with the best suppliers and guides to ensure only the very best quality.