The 4th edition of the Mauritius Tour Beachcomber (MTB) will yet again beckon mountain bikers in the very depth of a vast playing field loaded with challenges, discovery and breath-taking sceneries. The Beachcomber touch promises a dreamlike experience at each pedal stroke on unique trails, an experience where participants will expend their energy while contemplating the ocean from afar.
Organizer :- Beachcomber Resorts
Royal Raid, the first and fantastic Mauritian Trail run that will lead you inside our Island and makes you discover unforgettable tropical sceneries.
Every year, local and international runners and hikers enjoy the event friendly atmosphere.
Organizer : Racing Republic
From traditional regatta to musical concert, this event promises a breathtaking race. With the background of the northern island and a public entertained, the regatta remains one of our cultural events the popular
Organiser | Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority
The DODO Trail offer three fabulous track crossing the island from the South to the West coast of Mauritius. Lovers of trails could choose between the Xtreme DODO trail (50km), the Ti DODO trail (25km) and the Mini DODO Trail (10km).
Organizer : IBL in collaboration with MTPA
Mauritius Marathon AIMS and IAAF Certified races is a fantastic challenge which takes place in one of the most beautiful part of Mauritius: 20km of coastal road in the south, along one of the most beautiful lagoon and through typical coastal villages.
It’s the Regional Olympic and Sports Committee (CROS) of Reunion island which initially raise the idea of organising sports games in the Indian Ocean in 1974. Two years later, It has been adopted by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Originally called the Indian Ocean Games, this sports events rapidly changed the name to become the Indian Ocean Islands Games or “Les Jeux des Iles” (JIOI). Mauritius is proud to welcome more than 1500 athletes for the games which will be held around the island in July 2019.
Organiser: Beachcomber in collaboration with MTPA