Mauritius

These fares to Mauritius are excellent value as you’d usually pay £600+ return to get to this stunning Indian Ocean island.

Mauritius has a reputation for being very expensive and whilst there are ultra luxury hotels and resorts there are also plenty of smaller, good hotels where you can pay less and still experience this beautiful island.

I’ve picked out a good, reasonably priced hotel below and you can see loads more from the Tripadvisor links too.

All of these fares include a checked bag too, so there isn’t any extras to add on 🙂

To Mauritius (MRU)
Inverness: £480
Google Flights

Birmingham: £481
Google Flights    Momondo*

Manchester: £487
Google Flights    Momondo*

Heathrow: £487
Google Flights    Momondo*

All prices are for a return economy flight in UK pounds.

Travel Dates
March, May to June and September to October ’19. Note that there are only a few dates available each month.

How much do these flights usually cost?
Around £600+ return

Airlines
Air France, KLM, Air Mauritius

What’s included?
All these flights include meals and a checked bag.

Routing
These flights have one connection in either Amsterdam or Paris CDG in each direction.

Visas and Health
I always recommend checking the entry requirements and health advice before booking your flights so you don’t get any nasty surprises!

Sample booking on Momondo:

Screenshot from momondo.co.uk showing a flight from Birmingham to Mauritius for £481 return.

How to Find and Book This Deal

1. Click the relevant Google Flights link in the list above. In Google Flights click the ‘from’ date to see a calendar of prices.​ Look for dates with the lowest prices. You can change the length of your trip in the bottom left corner of the calendar.

2. Click the relevant Momondo link above. Search using the dates you found in Google Flights and book with one of the online travel agencies in the search results. Why are flights cheaper via Momondo/Skyscanner?​​​​​​​

The Inverness fares aren’t dropping in Momondo or Skyscanner so I recommend booking direct from Google Flights.

For more in depth instructions about finding the deals take a look at my article How to use Google Flights and Momondo/Skyscanner/Kayak to find the deals.

Accommodation For Your Trip

I start all of my hotel searches with TripAdvisor or Trivago so that I can see the cheapest places to book the hotel, plus read the reviews from other travellers.

To see the best deals for hotels in Mauritius, click here or on the hotel map below to go to TripAdvisor*, enter your dates and TripAdvisor will show you the best prices.

Screenshot from Tripadvisor.co.uk showing hotels on Mauritius and their lowest prices.

I’ve picked out the Mon Choisy Beach R. hotel*, overlooking a stunning lagoon and right beside a lovely beach.

This highly rated hotel is great value for money, has a pool and is only 10-15 mins away from Grand Bay for a good selection of shops and restaurants. The rooms have air conditioning and also basic cooking facilities.

Screenshot from tripadvisor.co.uk showing the Mon Choisy Beach R. hotel available for £72 per night from Expedia.co.uk
The pool and lagoon at the Mon Choisy Beach R hotel
Pool at the Mon Choisy Beach R hotel
A guest room at the Mon Choisy Beach R hotel
Guest room at the Mon Choisy Beach R hotel

Remember prices and availability can change quickly, so if you can’t find the deal it means it has probably sold out. When you see a deal you’re happy with, book it fast!

If you book one of these deals then please let me know, I’d love to hear from you!

Happy Travelling!

David

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