We know that when there is an urgent meeting to attend or a report to finish, we can barely find the time to have lunch. We have therefore selected for you a few places to eat well and fast!
Bagatelle Mall, Les Allées and Kendra Shopping Centre will soon be fully operational again for all your shopping needs. Here’s all you need to know about the #SafeShopping concept introduced by Ascencia and the gradual reopening of retail businesses since Friday 15 May 2020.
Five residents of Moka tell us about their daily life during confinement. It is not always easy when you have to combine teleworking, home schooling, frontline work and fending for the family. Fortunately, they are never short of ideas to make life in confinement (almost) perfect!
While the national lockdown is expected to last until at least 4 May 2020, an increasing number of Mauritian people are choosing to have their supplies delivered to their home. Living in Moka, would you like a complete list of shops and restaurants providing home delivery services? Moka’s blog provides you with a few contacts!
Looking to delight your loved one this Friday 14 February? Why not share a memorable experience together? Here are five rather unusual ideas that are sure to please – and surprise!
You’ve always dreamed of climbing Pieter Both, the island’s second highest peak and a legendary mountain in Moka, but a thousand questions crowd your mind? The Adventure Club, a group of avid hikers, reassures you by answering all of your queries!
L’Ardoise is a nice bistro that has already made a name for itself and is described by the owner, Mouez Rayabi as a friendly, good-value-for-money place to share a meal.
Moka will host an agricultural market specialising in fresh, craft, local and ethical products every Saturday from 10am to 1pm starting in November. Let’s find out more from the founder of SensiBio, Aurore Rouzzi!
No, you’re not dreaming! Nature’s Basket has just opened at Les Allées commercial centre in Helvétia. This all-natural supermarket selling almost entirely organic products including non-perishable foods, bulk goods, fresh vegetables, kombucha and cosmetics is already attracting locals and shoppers from further afield.
The Mauritian boulangerie-patisserie that literally “cooks up” new ideas in French baked goods just opened the doors to its fourth bakery. We made a little sacrifice for you by stopping by...
Currently a second-year Finance & Accounting student, Shanon Minkley gives us a glimpse into her student life, in the heart of Moka.
Photo retrospective of events that have shaped the Moka Smart City in 2018.
Have you ever dreamed of flying above our little island? Hans Joachim will give you the wings to fly. A former caterer, he set up a sports business in January 2018. Paragliding Mauritius offers introductory paragliding flights, paragliding and kitesurfing lessons, and equipment rental. Guided nature discovery trips are also available and two of his most popular walks are great ways to see the Moka region in a new light.
Moka has the right climate – neither too warm nor too cold – for growing plants, especially roses. Harry Seenauth, who has established a reputation as a first-rate horticulturist in the region, shares with us his passion for every garden’s crown jewels.
The heart of the island is full of must-do sports activities
Whether you live in Moka or are only passing through, you will surely appreciate the region in exclusive ways.
Since one month, the whole world live to the rhythm of football. Still don’t know where you can catch this game? Here are three worthy addresses for those who wish to experience the World Cup differently than the couch beer combo:
You won’t need to look any further: from nursery to university, taking into account middle and high school, Moka has every facility needed to accompany your children in their growth and development.
Both amateur and professional mountain bikers can now indulge their passion, as well as practise and train in optimal conditions with this new playground.
Telfair, the central business district of Moka already has its road infrastructures and public spaces!A new access road to Moka is open to traffic. As of now you can reach CTI, the Telfair Post and the main road of Moka (A7) from the Saint-Pierre Bypass. On your way, discover the bicycle and walking path, the open-air amphitheater and its magnificent chimney that brightens up Telfair district.