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Prices in Mauritius

Posted by nietsune 
Prices in Mauritius
April 28, 2003 05:55PM
Hi

Could someone please advise how much things cost in Mauritius for tourists? I am looking forward for an advice on "all inclusive package" or other.
Anonymous User
Prices in Mauritius
May 01, 2003 11:54AM
Hello,

So you are planing to travel to Mauritius? Ok. - Well the prices for living are not so high like in Europe but they are increasing. If you go to Mauritius you can either book a hotel in advance or search for accomodation on Mauritius. The prices are moderate - it all depends on the time of travel. If you travel from June to September there will be winter (about 24 - 26 centigrade). At this time of the year the prices are good. Which part you like to travel - the north is sunny and warmer.
If you like to search accommodation on Mauritius after you arrived there - then you are facing a serious problem - you have to prove accommodation at the port of entrance - providing a telephone number or so. If you need some addresses of reasonal accommodation at the best places in the south than donĀ“t hasitate to contact me because I have been there and still have some useful addresses.

Yours

Volker
Anonymous User
hi going to mru for honeymoon..need help
May 10, 2003 07:52AM
hi
i hope you can help me..we going to mru for our honeymoon in feb 2004..have not been to the place before... i am from south africa..we where looking for a nice hotel near or on the beach that not expensive..and it must be close to shoping centers etc..can u please help...where is the best area to stay and are there bad areas or hotel that we should stay away from.

thanks
bhavna maharaj
Anonymous User
south of mauritius
May 11, 2003 06:26AM
well south is beautiful but away from the places like Port Louis curepipe etc. so pls bear this mind. you may have to spend consiederable amt of mone if you want to visit malls and the hustle bustle of port louis. south is the best if you want a quite n relaxing holiday
Typical prices
July 08, 2003 02:14PM
What is the typical cost of a bottle of wine, a beer, a meal etc???? In British pounds preferably. Can anyone help?
prices in mauritius
July 08, 2003 07:15PM

Hi paul here are some prices, you can change in pounds on this site.

http://www.oanda.com/convert/classic
Cigarettes:

Marlboro 150 MUR
Rothmann 57 MUR
Benson and Esges 56 MUR
local 51 MUR

Meal conditions at the roads:

Pain vindaye d'ourite rolls with calamaris approx. 20 - 25 MUR
poulet or fish rolls approx. 20 MUR


fried Auberginen, Chilischoten, Gateau de Piment, samoussas approx. 1-2 MUR/piece
Dholl Puri with sauce approx. 3 MUR

Restaurant:

simple restaurants: Main court off: 100 MUR
mittl. Restaurant: Main court off: 150 MUR
1 bottle wine: starting from 250 MUR for mauritianischen wine
Beer: 40 MUR
Water, Coca: 30 - 40 MUR



Bus ticket 9 - 19 MUR
Airport transfer with taxi approx. 800 MUR
Taxi for a daytrip :ca. 1400 - 1500 MUR, depending upon distance and time

Buying

Water in plastic bottles 1.5 l - 13 MUR
Pareos 70- 200 MUR
T-Shirts starting from 60MUR
Shirts Ralph Lauren: 300 - 600 MUR
Sweater: 250 -??? MUR depending upon quality
large Indian cloths from cotton for double beds: 125 MUR
Saris: starting from 100 MUR from Synthetik - 3000MUR exclusive commodity
Postcards: starting from 6 MUR - postage 5 MUR
spices 20 MUR

for more information take a look to my website.
there is a buttom for translation with goggle,
or if you have more questions , ask me.

www.mauritiustipps.de.vu

greetings anne






Prices




Cigarettes:

Marlboro 150 MUR
Rothmann 57 MUR
Benson and Esges 56 MUR
local 51 MUR

Meal conditions at the roads:

Pain vindaye d'ourite rolls with tintenfisch approx. 20 - 25 MUR
Pain de poisson or poulet fish rolls or break with cockerel approx. 20 MUR
ausgeb. Auberginen, Chilischoten, Gateau de Piment, samoussas approx. 1-2 MUR/Stueck
Dholl Puri with sauce approx. 3 MUR

Restaurant:

simple restaurants: Main court off: 100 MUR
mittl. Restaurant: Main court off: 150 MUR
1 bottle wine: starting from 250 MUR for mauritianischen wine
Beer: 40 MUR
Water, Coca: 30 - 40 MUR



Bus ticket 9 - 19 MUR
Air haven transfer with taxi approx. 800 MUR
Taxi for Tagesausflug:ca. 1400 - 1500 MUR, depending upon distance and time

Buying and Mitbringsel

Water in plastic bottles 1.5 l - 13 MUR
Pareos 70 200 MUR
T-Shirts starting from 80 MUR for simple commodity -
Shirts Ralph Lauren: 300 - 600 MUR
Sweater: 250 -??? MUR depending upon quality
large Indian cloths from cotton for double beds: 125 MUR
Saris: starting from 100 MUR from Synthetik - 3000 MUR exclusive commodity
Postcards: starting from 6 MUR - postage 5 MUR
Currygewuerz: 20 MUR






Anonymous User
cost of living
July 10, 2003 05:30AM

Hello Nietsune ,

I being a Mauritian confirm about all they said is true . ANne's prices . Volker's saying is true.

Volker is right . i dont see a lot of tourist during those months because of the temperature.
24 to 26.

Nietsune which country are you from ?.

Food you get a bread with chicken + a coke at 1 Euro. TAxis Expensive if you are a tourist.
Lodging a bungalow for yourself can be about 20 Euro per day . big one !

average pricing. Nietsune if you want . i can call the local authorities to contact you back.
as i live in mauritius itself

best of luck,
K7
Anonymous User
HoneyMoon
July 10, 2003 05:42AM
Hotel Not expensive ...

Flic en Flac will suite you a whole lot smiling smiley this is a small village ( well now tourist village )
near the centre of the island.

this will be 13 mins to quatres bornes a not so expensive place to do shopping.

also 40 mins max to portlouis the capital of the island.

try asking you Travel agents about all inclusive packages. You'll win out of it.
but you are coming in a peak season. the price will be expensive.

Best Regards,
K7
Thank you
July 10, 2003 07:00PM
Hi Anne, Thank you for taking the time to give us this useful info. We are going to Mauritius on Honeymoon and are staying at the Shandrani hotel in Mid September. We are looking forward to the experience of visiting the island and would like to visit all the key places that are of interest. Can you recommend anywhere? We are going to look at your website next so excuse us if it is on there.Once again thank you from the future Mr and Mrs B!
Dolphins
July 10, 2003 07:22PM
Anne, could you tell us where to go swim with the dolphins and the best way to get there from the Shandrani, Blue Bay. Do you have a contact number and an idea how much this would cost? The website was very helpful and now we need dolphins! Danke Mr and Mrs B
Anonymous User
Dolphins
July 11, 2003 05:01AM
Hello Paul smiling smiley

I phoned a person this morning. His name is Jean claude. He owns a company that does mainly ecotourism.
He can provide help at a small price if you want. His package also include dolphins seeing for half day tour ( food inclusive i believe)

If you want his contact number .

please contact me back.


dolphins
August 11, 2003 01:43PM
hi Kayssaven,

my partner and i are also staying at the shandrani and would be interested in a dolphin excusrion. would you be able to supply me with the information please?

thanks, keith
Dolphins & weather
August 11, 2003 01:44PM
Hello Kayssaven,

Please would you provide me with the contact number for the dolphin excursion?

Also, being British, we are obsessed with the weather. What sort of weather can we expect at the Shandrani? We arrive on 17/09/03. I am regularly checking the forecast for Plaisance and it still appears to be rather cloudy.

Thank you Nicky & Paul
Anonymous User
Shandrani
August 11, 2003 07:02PM
Hi Keith,
When will you be at the Shandrani?
Have you been there before and if so what is your opinion?
We are curious as this is our first time in Mauritius.

Paul & Nicky



Anonymous User
Dolphins
August 12, 2003 05:29AM
Yes i will give you the information ASAP smiling smiley

can you please drop a mail Kayssaven@yahoo.com

as it wont be good to advertise on this forum.

Regds,
kayssaven
Anonymous User
Dolphin
August 12, 2003 05:51AM
Yes smiling smiley

For the dolphin excursion , i give you the number for sure .

But it will be like advertising and i dont like this.

as i'm just helping smiling smiley Yes nicky & paul drop me a small email

Kayssaven@yahoo.com

i'll give you all the contact numbers


Regards,
Kayssaven

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