All-inclusive holidays in Mauritius

A journey for the senses

Mauritius is an oasis of peace and tranquility, set in a turquoise sea. With African, Indian, French, British and African influences, the country is a melting pot of cultures and landscapes. Fine sand beaches, dramatic mountain ranges, stunning coral reef...

La Pointe aux Canonniers is a perfect Resort for a holiday in the sun. With its long stretch of fine sand beach, the Club Med Resort offers all the magic of an all-inclusive holiday on Mauritius. Families, couples and friends will all adore this garden of Eden, the fragrance of vanilla and delicious local cuisine, and the great array of activities available in this haven of gentle, unspoilt nature.

Indulge yourself to the full during your all-inclusive holiday on Mauritius. Club Med La Plantation d'Albion is a unique Resort, in the midst of beautiful creeks, gardens and other precious chunks of paradise. Follow your inclinations and drift through the warm air on a flying trapeze, breakfast by the water's edge and laze round the overflow pool. A holiday on Mauritius with Club Med is a promise of the sort of pampering you've always dreamed of.

For a colourful, island holiday, the Albion Villas are an ideal option. Club Med welcomes you in a corner of paradise for your all-inclusive hollday on Mauritius - a contemporary Villa and private pool in the heart of lush gardens just a stone's throw from the sea. Secluded yet close to the heart of the Resort, you'll enjoy the best of both worlds - your private space plus access to all the activities available at the Club Med Resort.

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Thanks to its mild subtropical climate, the stunning volcanic island of Mauritius generally has warm and pleasant weather all year round with temperatures between 21˚C and 30˚C.

Mauritius has two main seasons; a hot, wet and humid season from October until April, and a cool and dry season from May until September.

The best time of year to visit depends on what you’re planning to do on your Mauritius holidays, but peak tourist season is between November and April. January and February are prone to cyclones, so these may not be the best months to visit.

December is an excellent time to visit Mauritius and enjoy the beaches, as the weather is generally pleasantly warm and dry with average temperatures of 25˚C.


Mauritius is a wonderful country to explore with kids and has everything from white sandy beaches and clear waters to beautiful inland scenery complete with mountains, waterfalls and forests.

Aside from enjoying the seaside and the many kid-friendly activities made available by Mauritius all inclusive resorts, families with older kids can tackle outdoorsy adventures like dolphin watching, quad biking and segway tours or zip lining through the Casela Nature and Leisure Park.

If your kids love animals, they’ll also enjoy visiting some of the animal parks like the Crocodiles & Giant Tortoises Nature Park and the Ile Aux Aigrettes nature reserve, where you can take a guided tour and see rare species of birds and plants.

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