Coquille Bonheur

African Based Travel Specialist

33 Apollo street, Roches Brunes, Mauritius
Member Number: 206617 Tel: +230 5919 1617

‘Mauritius at its best with Coquille Bonheur’

With more than 14 years of experience and an extensive range of tailor-made products and services, Coquille Bonheur as a DMC provides the most prestigious, gracious and responsible receptive services and deliver in the most conscious way, a vast choice of experiences with a bold creative sustainable approach and a taste for excellence.

“Coquille Bonheur” Team, at every level, has a wealth of experience, in the hospitality services. The team ensures a smooth and seamless complete holiday experience.

Understanding cultural differences, anticipating and satisfying the needs of clients is second nature to us.

As a DMC, we are certified ISO 9001 : 2015 and implement quality assurance procedures to ensure that our clients invariably receive the same excellent services and that all staff continuously operate to the same high standards; “Above All We Care”

Throughout your holiday you will be our guest, entitling you to our exclusive 24/7 concierge service; 365 days a year.

The company operates its own fleet of over 55 standard and luxury vehicles which are subject to stringent quality control. Our professional drivers will ensure that you arrive at your destination in style and comfort.

Moreover we also offer a broad range of flexible and personalized experiences through authentic lifestyle, influential history and natural landscapes, never failing on promises of unexpected enrichment and enchantment.

Our Sustainable Approach 

There is one DMC in Mauritius who respect nature and protect the environment, and it is Coquille Bonheur (CB). Discovering Mauritius with CB is the guarantee of a vacation that goes beyond expectations in a sustainable way. We do care about society and the environment at its best. Our responsible approach to tourism is what makes Coquille Bonheur unique. It is all about "making better places for people to live in and better places for people to visit."Learned that less is more and that luxury lies in simplicity. We are committed to developing equity in tourism benefits-sharing and in the promotion of community tourism. In our own way, we endeavour to protect the planet by reducing environmental impact by leaving the minimum footprint. We respect our fauna, flora, wildlife in their natural habitats. We support the local economy, respect the livelihoods of suppliers and artisans by paying a fair price. Coquille Bonheur is a reference for responsible and sustainable tourism.

With the ever-needed focus on sustainability, CB dramatically steps up the pace of implementation, for the future of the people and the planet. The company made a major investment in a Mauritius tree planting programme and marks the firm’s genuine commitment to customers wanting to sustainably offset their carbon footprint and contribute to the ecological restoration, embracing the principles of sustainability. CB banned all plastic products from all its operations, be it at the offices, at the airport or during excursions onboard the vehicles. Above all, we care. We do provide access for people with disabilities and the disadvantaged. CB is proud to be the only DMC in Mauritius to have signed with Blood Lions which is a pledge for wildlife. Those sustainable decisions charted a new path of balance for humanity and the planet.

We strongly believe that the future of the tourism industry lies in companies taking responsibility beyond the single bottom line and embedding the principles of sustainability into their business. 

We also categorically discourage swimming with the dolphins and turtles on the island. We believe that it is the most relevant and effective long term solution to maintaining the beauty and health of our marine animals. Moreover protecting the coral reefs and marine environment is essential to us for the long term success of the destination. For years now we invested in a solar-electric powered Catamaran which protects the lagoon and the marine reserves. It has no emissions and no noise thanks to its silent electric engines. 

We would refer you to have a look at our responsible initiatives:


Where we operate

  • Mauritius
  • Reunion

Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Beach Holidays
  • Bird Watching
  • Diving
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Self-Drive Holidays
  • Weddings
  • Eco tourism
  • Cultural activities
  • Trekking


08 March 2021

Mauritius / Covid-19 News Update

8 positive cases detected in Mauritius.Passengers banned from entering Mauritius from 06 March until 15 March 2021 , except those coming from our sister island, Rodrigues. Passengers can still leave Mauritius. Flights are planned for this purpose. However, no flight to Rodrigues.

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22 February 2021

Mauritius Launches COVID-19 Vaccinations

Mauritius has launched its vaccination programme and is prioritising health care workers, the elderly and around 25,000 islanders who work in tourism.

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28 January 2021

Mauritius Launches Its COVID-19 Vaccination Programme

Mauritius launches its Covid-19 vaccination programme today giving priority to frontliners including health care professionals, employees of the tourism industry as well as senior citizens and those with underlying medical conditions.

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02 September 2020

Mauritius - Prime Minister announces a phased reopening of borders

The Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth announced a phased reopening of Mauritian borders for international travel. Repatriation of Mauritian nationals will continue until the end of September. As from the beginning of October more flights will be scheduled to and from designated destinations.

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17 August 2020

MV Wakashio Updates Mauritius

August 15, 2020 - As forecasted the Wakashio broke into two today. The rear section of the bulk carrier, still containing a relatively small amount of hydrocarbon, is immobilized on the reef. 40 cubic metres of fluid were pumped today with the remaining 50 cubic metres expected to be pumped out by tomorrow.

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14 August 2020

Mauritius Communiquer - WAKASHIO OIL SPILL

August 10, 2020 - Early this evening, Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth, who chairs the crisis committee, confirmed that there has been no further spillage of hydrocarbon since yesterday. Weather conditions started to improve this morning and is forecasted to remain stable. This made it possible to resume the pumping of oil out of the tanks of the Wakashio. Removal of hydrocarbon by helicopters continued since yesterday.

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20 January 2020

'Coquille Bonheur' Goes One Step Further Towards Sustainable Efforts

Reducing Plastic Pollution We, at Coquille Bonheur pledged to ban single-use plastics as part of our endeavour to significantly reduce our waste footprint and environmental impact, to clean up the environment and to leave our kids with a healthier future. Plastic pollution is definitely a global challenge for us. Last year we succeeded to ban all plastic products from our office at 33, Apollo Street in Roches Brunes. Our office bound staff who signed the pledged, totally cooperated and helped us with the project.

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21 October 2019

Exploring Mauritius in comfort with Coquille Bonheur

'Sit back and relax' Explore Mauritius in comfort and style with Coquille Bonheur. New in the fleet the Mercedes Vito Tourer offers maximum comfort, space and luxury. Its configuration is such that it can easily accommodate couples, families and even golfers. Its maximum capacity is of 6 adults with luggages and 7 adults without luggages. A modern vehicle with all the required facilities and utmost safety, delivering legendary levels of comfort.

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