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Let’s fill up Santa’s bag at the Christmas Pop- Up in Vanilla Village, Tamarin with the presence of our Tourist eVoucher registered artisans who will spread the Christmas cheer through their crafts. Support a small business by buying local with your generated tourist eVoucher and get MUR 200 off!
Discover unique souvenirs that encapsulate the island's spirit and savoir-faire. Each piece tells a story of Mauritian culture, soul, and tradition. Discover a selection of the finest creators of Mauritius here.
to be redeemed on the purchase of locally manufactured products of a minimum value of MUR 1000.
Geraldine Pompeia's Journey
Geraldine Pompeia, once a dedicated worker at a sewing enterprise, took a bold step seven years ago to create her own brand, "Royaume Des Enfants". From elegant gowns to unique hats, functional bags, and beautiful tapis, her creations have become favorites for many. More than profits, Geraldine finds true joy in seeing customers love and use her products. Today, her brand stands as a symbol of her passion, dedication, and talent in the world of fashion.
Scents of Elegance by Jean Christian Samouillan
Launched just two years ago by Jean Christian Samouillan, Cajoi Ltd specializes in crafting exquisite perfumes using oils, flowers, and fruits. Nestled in Quay D at Port-Louis, these aromatic masterpieces are available at 650MUR for a 50ml bottle, reflecting Christian's dedication to quality and fragrance artistry.
The Souvenir Maven of Mahebourg
In the lively village of Mahebourg, Mrs Sunasee Khamini's shop stands out with over 20 years of mastery in sewing and painting. Renowned as the prime destination for authentic Mauritian souvenirs, her dedication and passion shine through every piece. Beyond her store, Khamini proudly showcases her creations at various fairs across the island, making her a celebrated figure in local craftsmanship.
After an inspiring journey in Sri Lanka, Mr Justin Fernando embarked on a creative expedition, culminating in the establishment of Fernando Coco Craft. With a crafting journey that began in 2000, he turned his passion into a thriving business just three years ago. From intricate jewellery to remarkable bibelots, each piece is crafted with coconuts, wax, paints, and marble, resonating with both tradition and innovation. Situated at the Craft Market of Caudan in Port-Louis, his stall is a testament to the joy he feels when customers treasure his handcrafted souvenirs.