A unique and duty-free shopping experience in Mauritius

Duty-free shopping
From its brand new shopping malls to its colourful market stalls, Mauritius offers unique shopping opportunities for the visitor, including a range of duty-free products and prime local specialities.
In terms of high end shopping, the Caudan Waterfront was the first to open in Port Louis, fifteen years ago. It is still very popular, thanks to the world-famous brands sold in its shops, its traditional craft market, its marina and its ongoing cultural activity.
Other malls have extended this dynamic, including Grand Baie La Croisette, Bagatelle Malls of Mauritius, Phoenix Commercial Centre and Trianon Shopping Park. On the west coast, Cascavelle mall and Ruisseau Créole also welcome visitors for crazy sales.
Fashion is a big attraction in these malls, with reputed international brands as well as creations from local designers. Apart from the current collections displayed by their shop, the jewellers may also take special orders that are executed within a few days while the diamond shop offers tailor-cut stones. These items bought duty-free, will be delivered to you at the airport, on your departure.
Visitors looking out for picturesque scenes will love the colourful markets across the island and their unique bargains. It starts in Port-Louis market, along the tropical fruits and vegetables stalls, in the craft shops and with the traditional teas’ stand. Quatre Bornes market as well as village fairs in Goodland, Flacq or Mahebourg offer handicrafts, spices, textiles and local specialties to taste right there, in the bustling atmosphere.
And before going back home, choose among the variety of gifts, including a choice of flavoured teas, special sugars, a nice array of spices and condiments, agricultural rum, coconut jewellery and trendy sunglasses as well as beautiful models boats, among others.