Mauritius, known to many as Paradise Island, land of beautiful beaches and even lovelier people. However, one of the most pleasant surprises a visitor to the island will experience, is the level of service and dedication that Mauritians deliver to all.
The Mauritian is a hard worker with warm heart, always smiling. Due to this, it is easy and natural to serve others. The level of service offered is second to few. Hence the reason why many Mauritians are often hired to venture far from their home island to work in other countries and cruise ships in service industries. They are always praised for the excellent service level delivered.
On the home shore however, since the local environment is wonderful and paired with excellent service, it has every ingredient to make your dream holiday come true. From the first Mauritian you will meet upon your arrival at the airport, and throughout your whole stay until it’s finally time to head back home, you will experience the very best we have to offer.
We, as a nation who relies on tourism, we take the challenge of providing this excellent level of service very seriously. Our people working in this industry are trained throughout the year, be it at our local Tourism schools, Universities or private Training Academies and even abroad, making sure that the level of service remains up to level. From the International Airport staff, to drivers, guides, Hotel representatives, hotels’ staff members and all those having to interact with tourists, we are all aware of our guests’ expectations and what must be done to ensure exceptional service at all times, with a smile.
Trust us with your next holiday… Come and be our guest…
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