QuestionsTransportation-FlightsRegarding transfer/taxi from the airport to our hotel, is there a fixed price or how does it work?
Anonymous asked 4 months ago
Hi, me and my husband will go to Mauritius for the first time next week.
Regarding transfer/taxi from the airport to our hotel, is there a fixed price or how does it work? We will stay at Lagoon Attitude in Calodyne, do the taxis accept credit card or USD?

Ashfaaq Emambocus answered 4 months ago

Ace Ride Mauritius – Car Rental
Highly recommend
Contact them.for the transfer to your hotel

Heishna Gokool answered 4 months ago

Hi yes …

Ashwin Gowkaransingh Boudena answered 4 months ago

Summer Shine Mauritius +230 5895 9072

AkaSh Mogaul answered 4 months ago

Long Beach Mauritius Taxi Service

Mario Fabre answered 4 months ago

Welcome to the paradise Island of Mauritius

Mark Russell answered 4 months ago

Use the airport taxis 😊
And NO they only take Mauritius 🇲🇺 Rupees and no cards 💳
Change your money 💴 at the airport, always a good rate and saves a lot of hassle later 👍

Zoner Craft answered 4 months ago

Vinay Taxi the best

Dave Ellis answered 4 months ago

You need Mauritian Rupees, $ are not accepted anywhere other than to change them – Airport booths are good for that, just before you exit the airport building. Taxi fares at the airport can vary (some try it on) so a good idea to prebook an official taxi and agree the price upfront. Some options in the comments for you.

Darl Donado answered 4 months ago

FEEK TAXI MAURICE
Euro,rupees or card 👍

Indrudeo Bhadye answered 4 months ago

Vous changer votre euros à air port ilya beaucoup bureau de change à air port fait le tour regarde bien celle qui donne plus un euros 47 ou 48 roupie .normalement 2.500 ou 3000 roupie pour aller à calodyne ou 50 euros

Lofur Jai Sunkur answered 4 months ago

Yes

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