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January 2021
  • Wednesday 27 January 2021 08:00am - 05:00pm
    Jeudi Vins :: Other Events

  • Thaipoosam Cavadee is celebrated by the Tamil Community in Mauritius to pay tribute to the god Muruga (the Hindu god of war). The festival is celebrated in the month of Thai ( in the tamil calendar), usually between January and February in the Gregorian calendar. Devotees would observe a fast of ten days marked by sacrifice and abstinence.

    Thursday 28 January 2021
    Thaipoosam Cavadee :: Art and Culture

  • Ciné sous les Étoiles is the first of its kind in Mauritius- an open-air cinema that screens Bollywood, Hollywood and fan-favourite movies in a beautiful outdoor venue. This innovative outdoor cinema does not just offer a unique cinematic screening but also an unparalleled experience for couples, families, groups of friends or for anyone seeking a fun vibe while spending quality time with their loved ones.  The venue is equipped with all necessary facilities, green spaces and recreational areas, making this location, perfect for any occasion. Enjoy a fantastic view of the screen while in complete comfort with the Deluxe Ticket or treat yourself to the ultimate open-air cinema experience with the VIP Tickets. A fantastic viewing experience is guaranteed with state of the art equipment including a huge, wide screen of 10 metres, a powerful sound system and a commercial, crystal-clear projector. Food and beverages are available on site including, a delicious range of snacks, light meals and alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks.

    Saturday 30 January 2021
    Cinema under the star :: Cinema

  • 2021 Pool Party
    DJ: Avi S/ Mac Bryson
    Franco/ Sega Show

    Sunday 31 January 2021 11:00am - 06:00pm
    The Pool Party 2021 :: Other Events

February 2021
  • Mauritius celebrates Abolition of Slavery Day, or simply “Abolition Day” on 1 February. This looks back to the time in 1835 when slavery was abolished in Mauritius.
    Slavery came to Mauritius in the mid-1600’s with colonisation by the Netherlands. About 100 slaves from Madagascar were brought to Mauritius by the Dutch in the earliest days of colonisation, and many more followed. They were harshly treated, and whenever they rebelled, the punishment was extremely severe.

    However, in the early 1700’s, the Netherlands gave up on its colony in Mauritius and abandoned it to the French. The new French rulers soon brought yet more slaves. In 1810, the British seized control of Mauritius, and already by that time, seven out of every 10 people in Mauritius were slaves.

    Finally, on 1 February, 1835, slavery was abolished in Mauritius. The government paid the plantation owners to compensate them for their loss, but the decree to end slavery was not optional. 

    Today, Mauritius looks back to the end of slavery and all of the social and economic changes it brought with it. It was, in many respects, the beginning of “modern Mauritius.

    Monday 01 February 2021
    Abolition of Slavery :: Art and Culture

  • Come and enjoy our NIGHT MARKET when it is nice and cool. A music Jam session with DJ Chris and musicians Kurt and the popular Mr. T  to rock you.
    Plenty of stalls with Arts & Crafts, Hand Bags, Jewelry and lots more.
    Face Painting for the kids and lots of food and drinks.
    The new café ”Rogue Kitchen will also be open
    Bring your family and friends and enjoy this event

    Friday 05 February 2021
    Aqua Blue Night Market :: Other Events

  • Spring Break Mauritius 2021 at SALT of Palmar If your new year resolution was to have the time of your life this year, then SPRING BREAK MAURITIUS 2021 is the place to be. Even if it was not, you don’t want to miss this year’s most happening party at the SALT OF PALMAR on 11 and 12 February 2021 (Public Holiday – Chinese Spring festival). Event Junction in collaboration with SALT of Palmar welcomes you as from 17h00 on 11 February for a festival like no other. Join us for the pool party, chill out with your close ones while enjoying the breathtaking view of the ocean from the rooftop bar and dance the night away to the mix of the island’s hottest DJs: Enthuzya, rAin, Vanessa, LP and Matias who will unleash the craziest beats of EDM, deep house and commercial tunes till the early hours of the morning. The evening will be marked by party games, sketch and tattoo artists, the traditional Spring Festival lion dance and mesmerizing fireworks. Food and drinks will be available from the different stations and bars. On 12 February, as from 09h30 till 13h30, renowned DJ, Tony Montana will pursue the musical adventure.

    Thursday 11 February 2021 - Friday 12 February 2021
    Spring Break Mauritius 2021 at SALT of Palmar :: Other Events

  • Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, is the grandest festival in China, with a 7-day long holiday. As the most colorful annual event, the traditional CNY celebration lasts longer, up to two weeks, and the climax arrives around the Lunar New Year's Eve. China during this period is dominated by iconic red lanterns, loud fireworks, massive banquets and parades, and the festival even triggers exuberant celebrations across the globe.

    Friday 12 February 2021
    Chinese Spring Festival :: Art and Culture

  • Located in the north of the island, La Demeure Saint Antoine is a magical place which is embedded with Mauritian tradition, authentic country charm and the elegance of a colonial empire. The atmosphere of this place and the décor is such that you will be able to enjoy a romantic meal in perfect harmony. You can relish your meal on the cooling veranda while contemplating the trees of the garden. We invite you to open the gates of the property and put a halt to the time machine, as it’s the ideal place for dinner, lunch, family reunion, party with friends, business affairs, a wedding, or a theme party. La Demeure was built in 1830 by Edmond de Chazal and form part of this magnificent Mauritian heritage at risk of extinction. At the Saint Antoine Residence, you can enjoy an authentic and refined cuisine with a hint of emotion, history and etiquette.

    Saturday 13 February 2021
    Valentine's Dinner Goodlands :: Other Events

  • United Chinese Associations presents Chinatown welcomes its Dragons and Lions
    Biggest Dragons and Lionsgathering in Africa
    6 p.m. - Royal Street, La paix street, Josepg Riviere street, Leoville Homme street
    7 p.m. - Gathering Chinatown main gate

    Friday 26 February 2021 06:00pm - 09:00pm
    Spring Lantern Festival :: Art and Culture