Travel: Affordable luxury on an ocean jewel
Mauritius is often referred to as the "jewel of the Indian Ocean". This pear-shaped island is the largest in the Indian Ocean with over 200 miles of coastline and offers high quality hotels and an equally high standard of service, some say the best in the region, plus powder white beaches and a tropical climate.
Beyond the coast are fields of sugar cane and volcanic peaks, green forests and colourful towns and markets reflecting the mix of French, Indian, Creole and Chinese culture.
Mauritius does offer something for everyone despite its reputation for being a luxury honeymoon destination. It is perfect for couples wanting to celebrate a special occasion, like a birthday or anniversary, and also offers some great hotels for families with young children. Many hotels offer family suites with adjoining rooms plus kids clubs and babysitting services.
Diving and fishing is seasonal, as is surfing, and it also offers world class golf courses in beautiful settings. There are some good dive sites and instructor centres at many hotels.
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The flight time is 12 hours and BA, Air Mauritius and Emirates fly from London. The winter season is May to October and summer is November to April. The western and northern regions are warmer and drier than the east and south.
The Heritage Awali golf and spa resort is a five-star hotel and is priced at £1,275 per person for seven nights in a deluxe room, departing June 16.