Fly to Mauritius with KLM
Together with our global network, we as KLM Royal Dutch Airlines offer flights to Mauritius serving Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport (MRU), 48 km (30 miles) southeast of the capital city of Port Louis. Book your Mauritius flight with us and your holiday will start the minute you board our plane. Let us show you what true hospitality looks like and with our in-flight entertainment, available on all our intercontinental KLM flights, you'll be all set to explore the island before you know it.
KLM Destinations: Mauritius
Things to do in Mauritius
- Black River Gorges National Park: a stunning spot for hiking and walking, with canyons and waterfalls to visit.
- Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden: an 18th-century botanical garden with over 500 plant species.
- Flic-en-Flac: a small and beautiful seaside town in the western part of Mauritius.
- Blue Penny Museum: a delightful museum dedicated to the history and art of the island.
- Trou aux Cerfs: a dormant volcano in the Curepipe area.
- Le Morne Brabant: a mountain and sea range that is a protected nature reserve.
- Trou d'Argent Beach: a picturesque beach on Rodrigues Island.
- Ile des Deux Cocos: a luxurious tropical island.
- La Vanille Nature Park: a nature reserve and zoo where you can get up close and personal with the animals.
- Ganga Talao - Grand Bassin: a sacred site where many make a pilgrimage towards.
How do you get the most out of your trip to Mauritius? Take a look at our travel guide, where we set out everything that makes Mauritius an unmissable destination.
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