Want to explore Mauritius at your own pace? Our wide range of rental vehicles include compact urban, mid-size, and even luxury options to help you discover our island in complete comfort and safety.
Hyundai Grand i10
4 Pieces of Luggage
4 Pieces of Luggage
Why Book a Vehicle Through Us
Modern and comfortable vehicles
We provide customised information handy before starting your driving experience in Mauritius
24/7 Customer service
Best price guaranteed and vehicle delivered wherever you are on the island
Flexible cancellation and insurance policy
Your comfort and safety guaranteed thanks to our daily maintenance
All of our vehicles are equipped with useful information on Mauritius and a map of the island.
Driving in Mauritius: Important Information
Urban: 40 Rural: 60 Highway: 110
Driving licence, IDP, Registration, Insurance
Drink Drive Limit:
Min Age Drive: 18 years old – Rental: 21 years old
Petrol: Rs 74,10 MUR/litre
999/112 | Fire: 114 | Ambulance :115
- All Insurance Cover as per insurance terms and regulations
- Collision Damage Waiver
- Theft Protection
- On the occasion that the damage fees are much less than the above stated extra amount, we shall settle an agreement with the client to proceed with the settlement as per terms and conditions
Police and Ambulance: 999/112
Fire and Rescue Services: 114
What To Do In An Emergency Or Accident?
All rental cars have an emergency number (found on a sticker on the windshield) that you should call in case of an emergency or accident. If you are travelling in a private car, head to a repair shop or contact the police if your vehicle poses a danger to others.
You should call emergency medical services if you are seriously injured after an accident. If your vehicle is not endangering others, it is recommended that you take photos of the scene of the accident and leave your vehicle in the same position.
Your Insurance Will Not Cover You In Case Of The Following:
- Loss or theft of your personal belongings
- Running a red light
- Drunk driving
- Loss of keys
- Accident involving misconduct i.e: no seat belt, using a telephone while driving
- Gross negligence of the driver or passenger