Flights to Mauritius
South African Airways offers the convenience of direct flights to Mauritius. Famed for its sapphire water and alabaster beaches, there are few seaside destinations that can rival Mauritius’ beauty.
This little island has an impressive amount to offer in the way of leisure and culture considering its size. Among its cultural offerings, Mauritius boasts an impressive menu. Thanks to influences from Mauritius’ Indian, Chinese, French and Creole communities Mauritius is a sensational destination for food.
The coastline is lined with luxury hotels and idyllic villas that provide the perfect vantage point for some of the best views the Indian ocean has to offer. If you prefer a day of activity over lounging on the beach there are also loads of fun outdoor – from diving and snorkelling to zip lining, hiking and horse-riding.
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport is located on the South East of the island roughly 50km from the capital Port Louis. The island is served by various transport networks including taxis and buses. Car hire and shuttle facilities are also available at the airport.
SAA flies into Mauritius 7 times a week and you can rest assured that these flights, operated by our A340 and A330 aircrafts, deliver excellent turnaround times and exceptional world-class facilities.
If you are feeling adventurous, the island is the perfect setting to hire a scooter and explore the local lifestyle. Stop for ice cold drinks at a roadside vendor or venture inland in search of the perfect setting for a picnic in the shade.
So, whether it’s for business or leisure, make sure Mauritius is on your list of places to visit. For other spectacular destinations in South Africa and the world, or for more information about Mauritius, visit our destinations page.
You are welcome to join our SAA Voyager loyalty programme. The programme aims to reward regular flyers through the accumulation of miles. These Voyager Miles can be redeemed for flights, upgrades and other rewards. To sign up for the SAA Voyager programme take a look at our Voyager page.